November 30, 2020

National Historic Site

St. Stephen Post Office
History, Landmarks

St. Stephen Post Office

Designed by Thomas Fuller, the architect behind the Parliament Buildings, the St. Stephen Post Office is a prime example of the fine 19th-century federal buildings that helped establish the Government…

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Meductic
Aboriginal, Churches, History

Meductic

Meductic is a small village located along the Saint John River approximately 33 kilometers southeast of Woodstock.  Meductic Indian Village / Fort Meductic was designated a national historic site of Canada in 1924 because the fortified…

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McAdam, NB Railroad Station McAdam, NB Train Station. Photo by Larry Dickinson.
History, Landmarks

McAdam, NB Railroad Station

New Brunswick’s early railroad history begins at the McAdam NB Railroad Station, a National Historic Site and New Brunswick Provincial Heritage Place. This Heritage Railway Station is located in McAdam…

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Officers Square
History, Landmarks

Officers Square

Part of the Historic Garrison District in Fredericton, the Officers' Quarters building that today houses the Fredericton Region Museum forms the centrepiece of what is known as the Military Compound. This complex…

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