New Brunswick is one of the maritime provinces in Canada, along with Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island. It lies on the Atlantic Ocean and shares its borders with the American state of Maine. New Brunswick’s capital is Fredericton, while its biggest city in terms of population is Saint John. Both English and French are official languages in the province. Several rivers run in its territory, which is eighty percent forested. The coastlines of the province are more populated than the central areas.
Urban New Brunswick has a service-based economy, dominated by health care, education, and financial sectors. Heavy industry and port facilities are major employers in Saint John, government services and military in Fredericton, and trade and distribution in Moncton. The economy in the rural areas of the province is based on forestry, farming, fishing, and mining. Among the largest employers in the province are the Irving group, McCain group, the provincial government, and the forest industry. Options for office space can be found throughout the province of New Brunswick.
Entertainment And Dining Out
New Brunswick offers different sightseeing options, including the Fundy National Park - with its forests and waterfalls, Kouchibouguac National Park, Roosevelt Campobello International Park, Reversing falls, Hopewell Rocks, and others. Visitors can go camping, swimming, canoeing, hiking, and enjoy breathtaking sights. Those interested in the culture of the area will enjoy the Kings Landing Historical Settlement and Le Pays De La Saguine. The province has variety of different restaurants serving seafood, oriental meals, and fast food. Traditional dishes are also very popular, including fiddleheads and poutine rapée. Visiting a brewery in the area can also be a good choice for entertainment and education, examples include: Moosehead Breweries and Pumphouse Brewery.
Getting to New Brunswick by plane is possible through several airports within the province, including the Fredericton Airport, Greater Moncton International Airport, and Saint John Airport. By car the province is accessible through the road links with the neighbouring Canadian provinces (Trans-Canada Highway; the Confederation Bridge) and Maine (route 1 and route 95). Driving is the easiest way to get around. However, bus and train options are also available. New Brunswick is served by Acadian Lines Bus Service and Via Rail along the Eastern coast.