What is New Brunswick famous for?
New Brunswick was known for their fishing. also new brunswick was know for their lumbering and their wood.
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The colony decided to enter Confederation for these reasons: Many of the settlers thought that the powerful United States wouldwant to expand northward into New Brunswick. However, if they werepart of Canada they would be better able to defend against thisthreat. People thought that Confederation w…ould help the economy byproviding a larger market for their goods, and a link to the othercolonies through the Intercolonial Railway. Another answer is: Fraud and Coercion. New Brunswick did not want to joinConfederation and petitioned Queen Victoria to save them. She didnot. The people of New Brunswick voted against Confederation in 1865. In1866 they voted for Pro-Confederation representatives under theagreement that they would get better terms. They did not. Thepromise of 1/3 of cabinet posts for the Maritime provinces as wellas an equal elected senate never made it to the BNA act. They joined because the elite found it to be profitable to them atthe time. When it comes to Canadian history it is rare for there to be oneright answer even though this is the one recently presented to theSupreme Court of Canada it is not the only answer. ( Full Answer )
New Brunswick in the 1860's was mostly constituted of fishermen, farmers, and shipmakers. The land was rocky and not very fertile to frow crops in. There were also a lot of trees and of course, the coast line. A major city in New Brunswick was Fredericton with a population of 28,805. Many of the peo…ple from New Brunswick were from French Ancesters, Royalists and Imagrants. ( Full Answer )
Two-thirds of the people of New Brunswick use English as their first language with the remaining third speaking French. There are, of course, other minority languages in use throughout the province, but these are the two most prevalent.
The Group of Seven - male painters . The Beaver Hall Group - female painters . Robert Bateman ( 1930 -), painter
The man who created the movie company MGM (Metro Goldwyn Mayor), Louis B. Mayor, was born and raised in New Brunswick.
New Brunswick is a province on the eastern coast of Canada. Itsnotable residents include politician Frank McKenna, artist MollyBobak, and painter Jack Humphrey.
New Brunswick is at Canada and the location is the longitude and latitude of new brunswick is 67N and 47W.
There are a lot of meanings for "natural resources". So be specific of what you type in to find out the answers. I couldn't find anything I wanted so I had to be specific to find what I wanted. :) That isn't very specific :) The actual natural resources are wood diamond mining and coal.
We export a LOT of trees. JD Irving, who exports these trees, is one of the highest grossing companies in Canada.
Not a lot. The job market in New Brunswick is poor at best, and therefore, people leave in search of jobs. A RN only makes about $15 per hour here. Nurses who do home care for private companies get payed much less, usually minimum wage ($9.00/hour as of September 20th, 2010).
New Brunswick is named for the German city of Braunschweig,anglicized to "Brunswick". The name was chosen because at that time (1784) King George III wasnot only the British monarch but was also the prince-elector(effectively a high-ranking prince) of the province whereBraunschweig is located. The …somewhat contorted history behind theconnection goes back to George III's great-grandfather. When QueenAnne of Great Britain died in 1714, her closest living Protestantrelative was Georg, Elector of Hanover, Germany. Georg assumed thethrone of England as King George while retaining his title inGermany. His dual title established the House of Hanover as theBritish royal house as well, a link that continued until QueenVictoria's ascension in 1837. ( Full Answer )
Seafood is New Brunswick's single largest export. After that is lumber, minerals (rocks, gems, etc.), and precious metals (gold, silver, etc.). They also export a small amount of frozen foods, mostly french fries.
the provincial flower of New Brunswick is called the purple violet.i hope you got the answer you were looking for!
Most people contribute the name origin of New Brunswick to English explorers, naming it after Brunswick county in the UK. Others contribute it to German settlers, who named it after the German state, Braunschweig .
There is apparently quite a bit of mountainous terrain and otherwise rugged terrain. This information came from wikipedia, to be honest, because multimap wasn't much help
The area we now call New Brunswick was originally a part of the British colony of Nova Scotia (as was Prince Edward Island).. On August 16, 1784, Britain separated New Brunswick from Nova Scotia and created it as a separate colony.. New Brunswick is now one of Canada's provinces, the only official…ly bilingual one.. It was one of the colonies that united in 1867 to form Canada through what we call 'Confederation.' ( Full Answer )
I'd say trees plants and animals. A nd you could tell whales were a part of these natural resources.
At the last head count in 2009, the population of New Brunswick was app. 750,457 people.
There are: -moose -whitetail deer -coyotes -fox -skunk -racoon -red and grey squirrels -partridge -pheasant -humpback whales -atlantic puffins -seal -black bear -lynx -cougar(but very scarce) -porcupine -chipmunk -garter snakes -bald eagles -bluejay -canada goose -snowy owl -salmon -trout -and wome…n ( Full Answer )
The poutine, which is a Canadian food invented in Quebec. I have been all across Canada but the best poutines are made in New Brunswick. :)
New Brunswick is a province of Canada. It is found in the east sitting on the Gulf of the St. Lawrence. It is famous for the Bay of Fundy which has the largest tides in the world.
Some of the province's tourist attractions include the New Brunswick Museum, Kouchibouguac National Park, Mactaquac Provincial Park, the Beaverbrook Art Gallery, King's Landing Historical Settlement, Village Historique Acadien, Les Jardins de la Republique, Parlee Beach, Hopewell Rocks, La Dune de B…ouctouche, Saint John Reversing Falls, Magnetic Hill Zoo, Crystal Palace, Magic Mountain Water Park, Cape Jourimain National Wildlife Preserve, Sugarloaf Provincial Park, Sackville Waterfowl Park, Fundy National Park, and the 41 km (25 mi) Fundy Hiking Trail. ( Full Answer )
New Brunswick has many of the same foods as the rest of North America. Many of the residents do eat deer, rabbit, moose, and lots of sea food. In the coastal areas, dulse - seaweed that is sun dried and eaten like a bag of chips or used to season cooking - is eaten. Fiddleheads, which are ferns that… have not yet unrolled, are also prepared like spinach and eaten in the summer. New Brunswick is also home to many Acadians. Acadian French cuisine is characterized by food that uses a lot of cheaper or easily-grown ingredients, such as potatoes, cabbages, and turnips. ( Full Answer )
It is the flag of New Brunswick. This is a brief description of it. -At the top, a yellow lion with a red backround. -In the middle, a sailboat with oars sticking out of the sides. -On the bottom, water, which the boat is riding on.
new brunswick is named by cook-a-monji he discovered new brunswick and he is a mad scientist!!
Mostly hockey (no, seriously). We also dabble in lacrosse, basketball (Steve Nash, who plays for the Phoenix Suns, is Canadian. You're welcome), football, soccer, and baseball. We don't really have an official sport, so get out there and find one that you love!
Shawn Graham is the 31st Premier of New Brunswick. He assumed the position of Premier in October 2006. The premier (first minister or prime minister) is the chief executive of the province, and is the leader of the political party with a majority in the provincial legislature. Ceremonial duties may …be carried out by the representative of the monarchy, a royally-appointed Lieutenant Governor of the province. Entering the election of September 27, 2010, the premier is Shawn Graham of the Liberal Party. ( Full Answer )
Tons and tons - literally - of trees are exported every year all around the world. JD Irving, the oil giant that farms these trees, is one of the highest grossing companies in Canada. We also export a substantial amount of fish each year.
In the Summer, it's scorching. The average daily high for the Summer months (June/July/August) is between 27-23 degrees Centigrade. That's 80-73 degrees Fahrenheit. In the Fall months (Sept/Oct/Nov), it cools off substantially, however; sometimes dipping down into single digit temperatures (Centi…grade). In Winter, it's cold. Plain and simple. Temperatures often go as low as -30 degrees Centigrade (-22 degrees Fahrenheit) at Winter's worst. New Brunswick's lowest ever recorded temperature was a bone-chilling -48 degrees Centigrade (-54.4 Fahrenheit). Spring is very similar to Fall in temperature range. ( Full Answer )
Canada was created by the British North America Act, the formal date of Confederation being July 1, 1867. The the Colony of New Brunswick became the Province of New Brunswick on that date. New Brunswick is one of the four original provinces, the others being Ontario, Quebec and Nova Scotia.
lobster = St John, New Brunswick, is most famous for its "reversing falls." It is also famous for having become Canada's first city.
The time in New Brunswick, Canada is Atlantic Daylight Saving Time (UTC - 3 hours) from the 2nd Sunday of March to the 1st Sunday of November and Atlantic Standard Time (UTC - 4 hours) during the rest of the year.
I won't say that you will never see one there, however Queen Triggerfish are native to the tropical regions of the world. You have better odds of seeing the Grey Triggerfish than the Queen.
The largest denomination in New Brunswick is the United Church of Canada. They are made up of congregationalists, Presbyterians and Methodists. The second largest is the Anglican Church of Canada and then Catholics.
in new Brunswick the people always open their presents on the night of Christmas eve with a big celebration with a big feast also with their families.
no, new brunswick is not in british columbia, it is a province in New brunswick
A great one that I can think of takes place at the King's Landing Settlement outside of Mactaquac. In the Winter, fresh homemade maple syrup is poured over clean snow. When the hot syrup hits the cold snow, it congeals into a sort of taffy. It is incredibly delicious.
Originally the territory included in modern New Brunswick was part of Nova Scotia. The American Revolution from 1775 to 1783 resulted in a large influx of Loyalist settlers, and agitation arose for the creation of a new province. On September 10, 1784, the partition took place and the "name was chos…en as a compliment to King George III (1760-1820) who was descended from the House of Brunswick." Earlier proposals for naming the new province were: New Ireland (suggested by William Knox, Under Secretary of State, but rejected "because Ireland was out of royal favour"), and Pittsylvania, for William Pitt, then British prime minister. Source: Hamilton, William B. (1978): The Macmillan book of Canadian place names, Macmillan of Canada, Toronto, p. 81 ( Full Answer )
If i am not mistaken, the unemployment office for New Brunswick NJ is located at 506 Jersey Ave..
It's likely that German settlers named it after the German province of Braunschweig, but nobody is totally sure.
Why did NB join? When the people voted on the issue they voted against the idea by electing an anti-Confederation provincial government. That did not reduce the debate or pressure so the next government was elected with the mandate to get a better deal for NB. Instead the next government entered NB …into Confederation without getting a better deal and as history has shown, and was recently argued in Canada's supreme court, Confederation was not to be for the overall benefit of New Brunswick. Few in Canada have ever voted for Confederation. The only provinces to have clearly gained are Ontario and Quebec, they hold the power (now entrenched in the Constitution), they tell the Confederation story from their viewpoint. When Confederation is viewed from other members position a natural question is why join. A common thread in the answers reveal the role of Canada's elite rulers. As colonies of Britain the leaders where not chosen from the people but supplied by Britain, usually from Britain but always loyal to Britain. To be wealthy and powerful in the colonies a person had to have British loyalties or face an uphill struggle. It was that small segment of society that decided, for various reasons, often personal gain, that the colonies should confederate rather than join or deal with an expanding United States. Many were anti-American, all could see that any deal with the USA would have them being small fish in a big pond. For them it is better to be a big fish in a small pond and that idea can still be found in much of Canada. Why did NB join? For the same reason others joined, for the benefit of the elite. ( Full Answer )
New Brunswick is a province of Canada (one of 10). It is located on the east, Atlantic coast, and is part of the Maritimes region.
"Yes, there are car services in New Brunswick. You can rent a car. Avis comes with a GPS system now that makes it easier to get around. If you prefer, you can also take a taxi."
New Brunswick is the only officially bilingual province in Canada speaking English and French. Although there are many people in New Brunswick who speak in native languages and foreign languages.
Way back in Aug 16 1784. Fun Fact: Manitoba and New Brunswick are Canada's only bilingual provinces. BUT Manitoba's history as a Colony of Canada excludes it from being considered equal to New Brunswick so most Canadians would say New Brunswick is Canada's only bilingual province.
Paper, paper products, beer (Moosehead) are made in N.B. to name a few. Saint John has the largest oil refinery in Canada (Irving). Seafood products (lobster, scallops,, etc.) are imp[ortant to the N.B. economy. Fish processing (Connors Brothers) such as canned tuna, salmon and kippers is also carr…ied out in N.B. ( Full Answer )
There is no town or city in Mississippi with the name NewBrunswick. New Brunswick is a province in Canada.
New Brunswick is in Canada. More specifically, it is between Nova Scotia and Quebec off of the Atlantic Ocean.
The time zone in the Canadian province of New Brunswick is Atlantic Standard Time / Atlantic Daylight Saving Time (UTC-4/UTC-3). Daylight Saving Time begins at 2 AM AST on the 2nd Sunday of March and ends at 2 AM ADT on the 1st Sunday of November. New Brunswick is almost always one hour ahead of t…he U.S. state of Maine, which borders it to the west and where the time zone is EST/EDT (UTC-5/UTC-4). ( Full Answer )
Yes, New Brunswick is an Atlantic province. The other threeAtlantic provinces are Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, andNewfoundland and Labrador