New Brunswick

Known for their rugged coast and distinct marine culture, the Atlantic Provinces are a pleasure to visit.  New Brunswick is one province which forms a cluster of provinces that edge the west coast of Canada, forming an expansive coastline with the Atlantic.

New Brunswick, bordered by Quebec, Nova Scotia and Maine is a charming destination of varied landscapes. Although Fredericton is the capital city and is filled with dozens of art galleries and museums, fabulous shopping and great restaurants, the most popular city for visitors and also the province's largest is Saint John. This port city is steeped in history and provides a gateway to the southern coast. Surrounded by sandstones cliffs and warm sandy beaches, the Bay of Fundy, surrounded by sandstone cliffs and warm sandy beaches it is renowned for its twice daily gigantic waves, some as high as four storey buildings. The pretty town of St Andrews is one of Canada’s oldest seaside resorts, its laid back atmosphere and fresh seafood make it a popular choice. Shediac, known as the lobster capital of the world is the perfect destination to sample the local shellfish and boasts the wonderful Parlee Beach where an array of oceanic activities can be sampled.


Average Max/Min temperatures °c
  Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
Saint John -2/-11 -2/-11  3/-6  8/0  14/5  18/9  21/12  21/13 18/10  13/5  7/-1  0/-8
New Brunswick time zone: GMT minus(-)4 hours
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