New Brunswick is the largest of Canada’s three Maritime provinces and is the only province in the federation that is constitutionally bilingual (English–French).  

As one of Canada’s four founding provinces, New Brunswick is rich in history and in the diversity of our people, landscapes and languages. Our site discovers history and information from various sources including historians, heritage groups, and various historical internet sources. 

2017 is Canada’s 150th Anniversary and we invite you to get to know New Brunswick by browsing through our web site. 

Fredericton is the capital. New Brunswick covers 73,440 square kilometres.  The province’s highest peak is Mount Carleton at 820 metres (2,690 feet), which is part of the Appalachian Range, and is the centre of Mount Carleton Provincial Park, in northern New Brunswick. The total population was 753,914 people (2014 census) and there are 8 cities.

We’re two retired guys, avid amateur photographers, based in Fredericton. Our hobby is taking photos. Through MyNewBrunswick we want to share our province with you. We are not associated with the Department of Tourism or the Provincial Government. They concentrate their promotion on the larger tourist attractions. Our mission is to show you that there’s much more to see and do here if you stop and vacation with us. This province has so much history and beauty in its small towns and along rivers and country roads. That’s what MyNewBrunswick is all about. 

We will post photos taken on our travels around the province, plus some oldies showing New Brunswicks past. And we’ll  include little-known tidbits of history we uncover along the way. We also cover occasional current local events of interest. 

For 2017 we purchased a Drone to add to our arsenal. With it, we can show you a different perspective. We’ll post some of our videos there and you can always subscribe to our YouTube Channel. 

This site expresses our love for New Brunswick and its history. We are not paid for doing this, nor do we have any sponsors helping us with travel expenses. So we do what we can afford. With our fifth wheel, we travel the province as much as we can during the summer. If anyone would like to sponsor us or help out, please drop us an email


 To see our latest photos, look at “Recent Posts“, and be sure to check the Monthly Archive for even more photos and facts. Looking for something in particular? Try typing it in the “Search” box.

If you’re an amateur photographer and have a favourite photograph of New Brunswick in your collection, send it and we will add it to the Peoples Pics section of the site.  Click here to send an email and attach the photos. Please indicate the subject of the photo, where it was taken and when if you know. Also anything else you would like to tell us about it. 

If you find old photos of historic properties or well-known people in your collection, we’d love to see them. We’ll do some digging and hopefully come up with some interesting history we can preserve. Take a look at our new “Historic Photos” section. 

CNR Railway Station, Moncton. 1927. MIKAN 3337000.

Send us a photo of your favourite New Brunswick place using Twitter (@mynewbrunswick) or use the hashtag #mynbpics. Email your photo to us hereSorry but we can’t post your photos from Instagram. Amateurs only please

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New Brunswick truly IS “The Picture Province” with the most gorgeous scenery in the world, and the friendliest people. And we want you to discover it! 

The green line indicates the area we’ve covered.

Photos on this site, and photos we post on Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, Instagram or any other web site are the property of the photographers. You may use our photos, however we request that our mynewbrunswick.ca” logo and the photographers copyright credit not be removed or altered. Please contact us if you wish to use our photos for commercial purposes. Thanks.  


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