| New Brunswick|
New Brunswick is one of the thirteen provinces and territories of Canada. It is the only province with both French and English as its official languages.
New Brunswick is bordered by Quebec to the north, Nova Scotia to the east, the Gulf of Saint Lawrence to the northeast, the Bay of Fundy to the southeast, and the U.S. state of Maine to the west. New Brunswick is about 83% forested and its northern half is occupied by the Appalachians. The province's climate is continental with snowy winters and temperate summers.
New Brunswick has a surface area of 72,908 km2 (28,150 sq mi) and 775,610 inhabitants (2021). Atypically for Canada, only about half of the population lives in urban areas. New Brunswick's largest cities are Moncton and Saint John, while its capital is Fredericton.
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|Mount Allison University||1839||A total of 55 Rhodes Scholarships, the highest per capita of any Canadian university.|
|University of New Brunswick||1785||University in New Brunswick, Canada|
- ↑ "New-Brunswick" (consulted March 2021)
- ↑ "Census" (consulted March 2021)