October 2, 2022

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McCord Hall UNB Fredericton
Landmarks, History

McCord Hall UNB Fredericton

McCord Hall located at the east entrance of the Sir Howard Douglas Hall (Old Arts Building UNB Fredericton), was once used as the University’s ice house. The nineteenth-century structure was restored in 1963 and named in honour of David T.W.…

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Burden Academy
History, Landmarks

Burden Academy

The Burden Academy was a one room schoolhouse, whose origin pre-dates Confederation. It was located at Burden, NB and served this community until June 1966, when construction of the Mactaquac Dam was begun.  In 1967 it was moved to UNB…

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UNB Memorial Hall
Landmarks, History

UNB Memorial Hall

As its name suggests, UNB Memorial Hall was completed in 1924 as a memorial to the UNB alumni who died in World War I. UNB Memorial Hall was originally designed as a science building but has housed a number of…

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UNB Old Arts Building
History, Landmarks

UNB Old Arts Building

The building that housed King’s College is now known as Sir Howard Douglas Hall (formerly the Old Arts Building) and is the oldest university building in Canada still functioning as a working part of a university campus. It is located…

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