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About New Brunswick

New Brunswick is the largest of the three Canadian Maritime Provinces. In 1867, the province, along with Ontario, Nova Scotiaand Quebec, was one of the first to join the Dominion of Canada. Fredericton is the capital of New Brunswick, and Saint John is the largest and oldest city. Other major cities include Moncton, Bathurst, Edmundston and Campbellton.

Spanning an area of 73,440 square-kilometres, the varied topography of the province is characterized by mountains (the Appalachians), plateaus and dense forests. The Saint John River divides the province from north to south, and is also known as the Rhine of North America.

New Brunswick has a combination of coastal and inland climate conditions. The month of January is generally the coldest month of the season, while July is the warmest. The highlands on the interior part of the province receive almost 1,200 millimetres of rainfall every year, particularly during the summer months.

Mining and manufacturing have contributed greatly to New Brunswick's development--in 2010 these sectors lead the province’s recovery from recession. Construction, manufacturing, wholesale trade, extraction of oil and gas, mining, transportation and warehousing sectors all constitute a major part of the provincial economy. In 2010, the province had an unemployment rate of 9.3 percent, compared to the national rate of eight percent.

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