October 2, 2022

Saint John

Loyalist House – Saint John
History, Landmarks, Video

Loyalist House – Saint John

Loyalist House located on Union Street in Saint John is designated a Local Historic Place for its architectural value and for its historic association with the Merritt family. Loyalist House was also designated a National Historic Site of Canada in 1963…

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Saint John City Market
Landmarks, History

Saint John City Market

At one time the City of Saint John controlled six markets; a fish market and wharf on Water Street, a cluster of sheds on Market Street called the Country Market, Sydney Market that served Lowe Cove, a Hay Market on…

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Fort Howe
Landmarks, History

Fort Howe

Following the signing of the Treaty of Paris in 1783, numerous Loyalist refugees from the American Revolutionary War moved to the area surrounding Fort Howe because of the protection it afforded, founding the communities of Parrtown and Carleton. Fort Howe…

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New Brunswick Museum
Museum, History, Landmarks

New Brunswick Museum

Although many people are aware that Saint John is Canada’s oldest incorporated city, few are aware that it houses Canada’s oldest continuing museum. The New Brunswick Museum was officially incorporated as the “Provincial Museum” in 1929 and received its current…

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