May 23, 2022


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.  discovers history and information from various sources including historians, heritage groups, and various historical internet sources. 

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. The total population was 761,214 people (2019 census) and there are 8 cities. 

Our retirement project is exploring New Brunswick’s history and beauty and sharing it with you through this site and on our social media platforms. Thanks to those who have followed and supported us.

We are non-profit and self-fund our travels with donations from supporting businesses and campgrounds. 

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Our mission is to show you that New Brunswick is rich in history and there is a lot to see and do in our province if you leave the main highway, and explore. 

The “Picture Province” has breath-taking vistas and friendly people in its small towns and villages and along rivers and on country roads. Explore legends, lore and family roots in New Brunswick. 

If you are a resident or have a connection to New Brunswick, join our Facebook group, follow our adventures and share your photos and memories.  

Photos on this site, and photos we post on Social Media (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram)  are the property of the photographers.  

If you wish to use one of our photos for personal or commercial purposes, please contact us at info at mynewbrunswick dot ca for permission. There is a donation required for commercial usage. 

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6 thoughts on “Home

  1. What a treasure trove!! I forgot it was past midnight and have only done 6 pages!
    Thank you…..

  2. I don’t normally comment but felt compelled to add my voice to the thousands who have benefited from your generosity and expertise. You are one of the precious few who genuinely look to giving something back to the industry. it’s apparent and appreciated blessings.

  3. Hello New Brunswick, hello Clair (former village) area,
    – Who knows where in NB following RCAF airman is mentioned + honored, via a local War Memorial (but likely not in his home village ever, Clair (on the St. John River): it’s about F/Sgt. (Pilot) Benoit Albert Levasseur, born on Sat. 9th Nov. 1918, son of Oscar Levasseur (1888-1969) and of Délina Cyr (their family grave is in the Saint Francois d’Assise Churchyard). He is Missing In Action (MIA) overseas, over the coastal waters of Friesland / the Netherlands, in NW Europe – likely off Vlieland island – since a mine-laying mission, on 18/19th Febr. 1943, as the ‘skipper’ of No.419 ‘Moose’ Squadron HP Halifax Mk.II bomber DT639. Please, if known more, give us a reply. Best regards, Willem de Jong, Friesland / NL (volunteer researcher).

  4. Fredericton born and now I am 75. So you can imagine how much I am looking forward to viewing,
    “the good old days”.
    With regards,

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