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New Brunswick

On the east coast, New Brunswick is the gateway to Atlantic Canada.
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Capital

Fredericton

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Area

73K km²

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Official language

English and French

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Population

761K Inhabitants

Average temperature

-6º

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January

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June

23º

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22º

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August

16º

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September

9º

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New Brunswick is Canada’s only officially bilingual province. The western portion of the province is home to a large number of French-speaking “Acadians”, while the eastern portion is more influenced by the Scottish and Irish maritime culture. New Brunswick is home to rocky, picturesque shorelines and fishing villages, and offers a wide range of outdoor experiences, from sailing in the Bay of Fundy to hiking through the national parks. For those who prefer urban life, Fredericton, St. John and Moncton each offer some of the features of the big city, while maintaining the feel of their small-town origins. 

If you’d like to be where French history meets Irish and Scottish maritime culture, New Brunswick may be the place for you!

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Red Leaf's educational offerings in New Brunswick

2 School Boards
+ 25 Colleges

School Disricts in New Brunswick

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New Brunswick

New Brunswick International Student Program

From 13 to 18 years

urban, rural, coastal, Riverside