New Brunswick Map Collection
About the map
This New Brunswick map contains major highways, roads, and cities. It includes the capital city of Fredericton and the most populous city of Moncton, New Brunswick. The elevation map displays the highest peak of the province, Mount Carleton on the Canadian portion of the International Appalachian Trail.
New Brunswick is part of the Maritimes and is one of the four Atlantic provinces. It borders Quebec, Nova Scotia, and Maine with the Bay of Fundy in the south and the Gulf of St. Lawrence in the northeast. New Brunswick is the third-smallest province in size and population, after Newfoundland & Labrador and Prince Edward Island.
New Brunswick was one of the four original provinces (along with Nova Scotia, Ontario, and Quebec) when Canada became a country in 1867. It’s the only province with both French and English as its official languages. Also, the highest tides in the world are from the Bay of Fundy, which is situated on the south coast of the province.
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New Brunswick Cities and Towns
Lakes, Rivers, and Water Features
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Bay of Fundy
Major Highways and Roads