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About New Brunswick

New Brunswick is the only officially bilingual province of Canada which speaks English as well as French. All provinces offer some bilingual services and education in both official languages up to the high school level. The majority of the population, which as of January 2014 was 755,464, is English-speaking, but there is a large French-speaking population in the province.

Located on the eastern side of the country, it is bordered by Quebec's Gaspe Peninsula and by Chaleur Bay. It's also bordered by the US state of Maine. New Brunswick has a significant seacoast, but is sheltered from the Atlantic Ocean which results in a more continental climate, rather than maritime.

The capital city Fredericton is located in the west-central portion of the province along the Saint John River, which bisects the city and is the dominant natural feature of the area. It is the third largest city in the province after Saint John and Moncton.

The province has several attractions for nature lovers including whale watching and bird watching in the Bay of Fundy. The Bay also has the highest tides in the world. With 48 lighthouses, New Brunswick is well-known for its inland lighthouse system.

As of January 2015, New Brunswick had a total labour force of 384,000 with approximately 340,000 of the population aged 15 and older employed. The unemployment rate for New Brunswick is 11.5 percent. New Brunswick's urban areas have service-based economies dominated by health care, educational, retail and insurance sectors and are equally distributed in all three of the major cities in the province.

In Saint John, there is a large concentration of heavy industry and port facilities. Fredericton has universities, government services and the military and Moncton was developed as a commercial, retail, transportation and distribution centre.

In the rural areas, forestry, mining, fishing and mixed farming is what the economy is best known for. Forestry is an important industry throughout the province as there are many sawmills and paper mills located in Saint John, Atholville, Miramichi, Nackawic and Edmundston.

Just as other provinces in Canada, New Brunswick has a universal government funded health care system that gives necessary medical services with comprehensive coverage.

The province of New Brunswick offers students the chance to learn in both English and French through parallel but separate education systems. There are seven school districts, three French and four English in the province.

New Brunswick has a rich cultural heritage spanning centuries and is a place filled with creativity. Arts and music have always been an integral part of the cultural fabric of the province. Live music festivals like Harvest Jazz and Blues Festival, Franco Fête en Acadie, and Miramichi Folksong Festival, are regularly organized in the province. There are several historic theatres like Fredericton Playhouse, the Capitol Theatre in Moncton and the Imperial Theatre in Saint John.

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