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New Brunswick
Nouveau-Brunswick
Bandera ning New Brunswick Sagkal ning armas ning New Brunswick
Bandera ning New Brunswick Sagkal ning armas ning New Brunswick
Motto: Spem reduxit (Hope restored)
Mapa ning Canada a mika New Brunswick highlighted
Opisial a amanu English, French (the only officially bilingual province in the country)
Tungku Fredericton
Pekamaragul a lakanbalen Saint John
Lieutenant-Governor Jocelyne Roy-Vienneau
Premier Brian Gallant (Liberal)
Parliamentary representation
 - House seats
 - Senate seats


10
10
Lapad/Dagul
Total
 - Gabun
 - Danum  (% of total) 
Ranked 11th
72 908 km²
71 450 km²
1 458 km² (2.0%)
Populasiun
 - Total (2006)
 - Pangasiksik
Ranked 8th
749,168
10.60/km²
GDP (2005)
 - Total
 - Per capita

$23.727 billion (8th)
$31,552 (12th)
Confederation July 1, 1867 (1st)
Oras zona UTC-4
Abbreviations
 - Postal
 - ISO 3166-2
 - Postal Code Prefix

NB
CA-NB
E
Bulaklak Purple Violet
Pun Dutung Balsam Fir
Ayup Black-capped Chickadee
Website www.gnb.ca
All rankings include the territories

Ing New Brunswick (French: Nouveau-Brunswick, German: Neu-Braunschweig) metung yang kareng atlu nang lalawigan ning Canada at adua ya amanu, deng French at English.

Ing lagyu ning lalawigan menibat ya keng archaic English a lagyu ning Braunschweig, metung a lakanbalen king pangulung Germany.

Tourismu[mag-edit | alilan ya ing pikuwanan]

Population of New Brunswick since 1851

Banua Populasyun Limang Banua
 % pangalili
Apulung Banuar
 % pangalili
Ranku Kareng
Lalawigan
1851 193,800 n/a n/a 4
1861 252,047 n/a 30.0 4
1871 285,594 n/a 13.3 4
1881 321,233 n/a 12.5 4
1891 321,263 n/a 0.0 4
1901 331,120 n/a 3.1 4
1911 351,889 n/a 6.3 8
1921 387,876 n/a 10.2 8
1931 408,219 n/a 5.2 8
1941 457,401 n/a 12.0 8
1951 515,697 n/a 12.7 8
1956 554,616 7.5 n/a 8
1961 597,936 7.8 15.9 8
1966 616,788 3.2 11.2 8
1971 634,560 2.9 6.9 8
1976 677,250 6.7 9.8 8
1981 696,403 2.8 9.7 8
1986 709,445 1.9 4.8 8
1991 723,900 2.0 3.9 8
1996 738,133 2.0 4.0 8
2001 729,498 -1.2 0.8 8
2006* 749,168 2.7 1.5 8

Dalerayan[mag-edit | alilan ya ing pikuwanan]

  • L. W. Bailey and D. R. Jack, Woods and Minerals of New Brunswick, (Fredericton, 1876)
  • William H Benedict. New Brunswick in history (2001)
  • S. D. Clark; Movements of Political Protest in Canada, 1640-1840 University of Toronto Press. 1959.
  • Tim Frink. New Brunswick: A short history (1997)
  • W. Reavley Gair and Reavley W. Gair. A Literary and Linguistic History of New Brunswick (1986)
  • James Hannay, History of New Brunswick, (St. John, 1909)
  • William Kingsford, History of Canada, (London, 1887-98)
  • Greg Marquis; "Commemorating the Loyalists in the Loyalist City: Saint John, New Brunswick, 1883-1934" Urban History Review, Vol. 33, 2004
  • M. H. Perley, On the Early History of New Brunswick, (St. John, 1891)
  • A. R. C. Selwyn and G. M. Dawson, Descriptive Sketch of the Physical Geography and Geology of the Dominion of Canada, (Montreal, 1884)
  • Robert Summerby-Murray; "Interpreting Deindustrialised Landscapes of Atlantic Canada: Memory and Industrial Heritage in Sackville, New Brunswick" The Canadian Geographer, Vol. 46, 2002
  • William Menzies Whitelaw; The Maritimes and Canada before Confederation Oxford University Press, 1934
  • A. B. Willmott, The Mineral Wealth of Canada, (London, 1898)

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Template:Subdivisions of New Brunswick

Ding Lalawigan at territoryu ning Canada Bandera ning Canada
Lalawigan: British Columbia | Alberta | Saskatchewan | Manitoba | Ontario | Quebec | New Brunswick | Nova Scotia | Prince Edward Island | Newfoundland and Labrador
Territoryu: Yukon | Northwest Territories | Nunavut

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