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New Brunswick: This page is about a Canadian maritime province. For the U.S. city, see New Brunswick, New Jersey.

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Welcome to the New Brunswick page, New Brunswick is a province in eastern Canada. Its capital is Fredericton. The territory was originally part of Acadia, which France lost to Great Britain after the Seven Years War (French and Indian War). Before 1784 New Brunswick was part of Nova Scotia.


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Halifax Road or Grand Communication Route

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