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New Brunswick, Canadian province located on eastern seaboard of North American continent. IT is Canada's only officially bilingual French and English having equal status. It was one of four original Provinces making up national confederation in 1867. Together with Nova Scotia Prince Edward Island, IT form regional grouping known as Maritime Provinces. New Brunswick has roughly rectangular shape, about 210 miles from North to South and 185 miles from East to West. IT is bound to North by province of Quebec, to East by Gulf of. Lawrence and Northumberland Strait, and to South by Bay of Fundy. Latter Two Bodies Of Water Are Separated By Narrow Neck Of Chignecto Isthmus, Which Joins New Brunswick To Nova Scotia, To Southeast. To West lies US State of Maine. Encyclopdia Britannica, Inc. Lighthouse at Cape Enrage on Bay of Fundy, Brunswick, Can. JHVEPhoto / shutterstock. Com New Brunswick Encyclopdia Britannica, Inc. Charter by King George III, province was name for royal house of Brunswick, and its capital, Fredericton, was named for King George IIIs son Frederick. While New Brunswick has contributed significantly to national life of Canada, it is one of smaller provinces and has always occupied lesser role in national economy. Its beautiful forests, rivers, lakes, and seashoreattractions for tourists, hunters, and sport fishermenhave relatively unspoiled. Area 28 150 Square miles. Pop. 747 101; 776 827.

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Climate

New Brunswick is one of Canadas three maritime provinces, group of smaller coastal provinces in Atlantic Canada. New Brunswick is largest maritime province; It is connected with province of Prince Edward Island by bridge, and neighboring province of Nova Scotia by Sea. New Brunswick also sits just south of Quebec Gaspe Peninsula and borders US State of Maine to West. New Brunswicks Climate cold winters from continental winds blowing from inland Canada, and warm, pleasant summers reaching 20-30 degrees Celsius. Coastal areas of New Brunswick tend to receive higher levels of precipitation and more temperate weather, while interior of province is dry and experiences more extreme temperatures.

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Plant and animal life

Bay Of Fundy Attracts As Many As 12 Species Of Whales And Other Marine Animals, Who Gather Here In Summer To Have Their Young And To Feed On Abundant Krill And Fish Brought In By Fundy Tides. Minke and wales arrive in spring, along with Harbour Porpoises, followed by Humpback Whales and White-sided Dolphins in June. By midsummer more specias have return, including rare North Atlantic Right Whale. So season runs from June through October, with highest concentration in August. Chances Of Seeing Not Just Whale, But Numerous Whales And Other Wildlife Are Very High Here, And On Way To Best Sighting Waters You'll Enjoy Cruising Past Lighthouses And Islands Where Sea Birds Nest. Three different companies in Andrews-Island Quest Marine Whale and Wildlife Cruises, Fundy Tide Runners and Jolly Breeze Tall Ship-offer variety of whale watching experiences that range from zodiacs fully rigged sailing Ship. Jolly Breeze is, with costumes and on-board is especially popular with younger children. All are located around main dock off Water Street. There are lot more things to do in this pretty town: replica of blockhouse from War of 1812, Huntsman Marine Science Center, Kingsbrae Garden and streets of lovely historic homes, some of which were floated across Bay from Maine by Loyalists during American Revolution. Ministers Island Historic Site, accessible only at Low Tide by causeway, is 50-room summer home that once belonged to visionary railway builder Sir William Van Horne, who also built landmark Andrews hotel, Algonquin.

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