New Brunswick By: Sabrina Location • New Brunswick is1 of the 10 provinces in Canada. • 1 of the 4 Atlantic provinces. • New Brunswick is boarded by they United States Quebec, Atlantic Ocean, and Nova Scotia. • New Brunswick is surrounded by water on 2 sides. Fredericton The capital city of New Brunswick is Fredericton. In 1848, Fredericton became a city. Fredericton contains many places to visit such as Odell park and Beaver Brook Art Gallery. Waterways • The Saint Johns River is the longest in New Brunswick. • In Saint Johns, the longest river is 670 km long. • The Hartland Bridge is one of the longest bridges in the world. • The Hartland Bridge was built in 1921 and is 390m long. • The highest tides in the world are found in Bay of Fundy. Fast Facts • The capital city of New Brunswick is Fredericton. • The flower of New Brunswick is the Purple Violet. • The tree of New Brunswick is the Balsam Fir. • The bird of New Brunswick is the Black-capped Chickadee. • The motto of New Brunswick is “hope was restored.” Resources • The main producer of lead, Zinc, Bismuth, Potash, Peat, Antimony, Silver and Gold. • More than half of New Brunswick`s people live in the country. • New Brunswick`s main crop is potatoes. • New Brunswick`s Saint Johns River valley is called the Potato belt. • New Brunswick also grows apples, blue berries, strawberries and cranberries. References • New Brunswick, Barb McDermott and Gail McKeown, Reidmore Books. 1999. • Fredericton, Barb McDermott and Gail McKeown, Reidmore Books. 1999. • www.new-brunswick.net/new-brunswick/ nbinfo.html new- brunswick.net/new-brunswick/ nbinfo.html • www.freetravelzine.com/articles/ new_brunswick/ • www.cws-scf.ec.gc.ca/hww-fap/ hww-fap.cfm?ID_species=6&lang= The End!
Pages to are hidden for
"Sabrina"Please download to view full document