New Brunswick

New Brunswick is one of the maritime provinces in Canada. Its capital city is Fredericton.

History of Canada
New Brunswick

Why did Britain tell New Brunswick to join confederation?

Britain saw their North American possessions as liabilities. They cost more money than they produced and put Britain into conflict with the increasingly powerful United States.

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New Brunswick

What is the legal driving age in New Brunswick?

15 turning 16 in less then 6 months 15 turning 16 in less then 6 months

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New Brunswick

Does Saint John New Brunswick smell like a paper mill?

Usually the Mooshead brewery over powers it.. Once you're here for a bit, you don't notice it much..

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It really depends on the area of the city you're in. If you're down near the harbor, the smell of the filthy Saint John River overpowers anything else. In my opinion, it really wouldn't smell like a paper smell unless you were standing next to the mill itself.

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New Brunswick

What are different types of transportation in New Brunswick?

train,bus,hub trolley ,cab

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Geology

What is New Brunswick's gemstone?

New Brunswick doesn't have an official gemstone, though there has been harvesting of emeralds and opals throughout the Province.

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Distances and Travel Times
Nova Scotia
New Brunswick

What is the road kilometer distance from Truro Nova Scotia to Perth-Andover New Brunswick?

519 kilometers - it should take slightly more than 5 hours to drive.

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Jobs & Education
Demographics
Population
New Brunswick

What is the population of Fredericton?

hithe population is about 50,500 people
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Cruises and Ocean Liners
Canada
Nova Scotia
New Brunswick

Does the ferry still travel between digby nova scotia and st john new brunswick?

http://www.bayferries.com/route_schedule/ as you will note, the scheduele is pretty good.

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Snow and Ice
New Brunswick

What is the average snowfall in Moncton New Brunswick Canada?

Almost 300cm.

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Home & Garden
Canada
Prince Edward Island
New Brunswick

Will there be a new IKEA store opening in Moncton New Brunswick Canada?

The odds are slim to nil. I believe IKEA requires a certain population base, which the greater Moncton area does not have.

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History of Maritime
History of the United States
Colonial America
New Brunswick

Where did the Acadians settle when they came to New Brunswick?

Settlers from France were the first Europeans to settle in the land they called "Acadia". These people became known as Acadians. Acadia was the name the French gave to what we now know as Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, and parts of New Brunswick, the Gasp

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Baseball
Montreal
New Brunswick

Concordia stingers of Montreal played for the cis baseball championship in moncton New Brunswick today did the stingers win?

Concordia Stingers finished first in the round robin. We beat Dalhouse Tigers in the semi-finals 4-1 but we lost in the National Championship game 2-0 Ryan

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New Brunswick

What is the capital of New Brunswick?

Fredericton (population app. 45,000) is the capital of the Canadian province of New Brunswick.

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History, Politics & Society
Canada
History of Canada
New Brunswick

When did New Brunswick join the Confederation?

New Brunswick, along with Canada West (Ontario), Canada East (Quebec), and Nova Scotia, joined altogether in the year 1867 to form the Dominion of Canada.

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New Brunswick

What do you call people from new brunswick?

New Brunswickers

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Canada
History of Canada
New Brunswick

What were the pros and cons for New Brunswick in joining Confederation 1867?

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1. They weren't interested in railways because they travel by sea.

2. Cost of buying goods from Canada would be higher than buying goods from Britain because of the terffis.

3. Ottawa would be to far away for Newfoundlanders to have much influence on government poilicy.

4. Made a living by the fishing industry or seal hunting. Also sold ropes, hooks, canvas, salt, barrels and Sou' Westers to people who go fishing.

5. Nova Scotia are worried about the new steamships. They fear that these steamships may some day take way all of the business from there wooden sailing ships.

6. Nova Scotia had no railway connection between Nova Scotia and Canada East.

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Railway would be paid off.

Would have protection against a Fenian attack.

Cons:

Cost of goods would be higher in Canada rather than in Britain because of tariffs.

They wouldn't have any say in choices made by Canada.

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Countries, States, and Cities
Population
New Brunswick

What is the population of New Brunswick?

New brunswicks population is around 950,874 people

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Canada
Quebec
New Brunswick

What provinces is Baie-James touching?

James Bay, called Baie-James in French, touches Ontario and Quebec. It is a southern extension of Hudson Bay in northern Canada.

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Slogans and Mottos
New Brunswick

Why was New Brunswick's motto important to the people in New Brunswick?

New Brunswick's motto - Spem Reduxit (Latin, lit; "Hope Restored") - spoke of the Loyalists' return to life under the British crown and refusal to give in to the Yankees.

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Job Search
Road Distance
Driving Times
New Brunswick

What jobs are available in Saint John NB?

If you go on the following link this is the service Canada job bank: http://jobbank.gc.ca/prov_en.aspx?Student=No

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Politics and Government
Canada
History of Canada
New Brunswick

How did new Brunswick decide to join Canada?

the decided to join by thinking about the rail ways and were they are in canada. manny many more !

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Buick Skylark
New York
New York City
New Brunswick

Why Does My 1992 Buick Skylark 3.3L Overheat New Motor New Radiator New Thermostat new Hoses HELP?

if i have read this correct, your new motor in your 92 Buick skylark is over heating, ? you have replaced the thermostat, (as a new motor would have) & hoses & radiator.. well that's about it.

have you checked & replaced (if neccasary) your water pump? this is important as it pumpes the hot water from the engine, & into the radiator, where it is cooled.

also check your fan, is it an electric fan, or is it a viscous clutch fan, attached to the engine? if it is electric, it is easy to check it, there will be a switch, usually close to the temp sender, unplug it, if it is a NO switch, you will need to earth your wire & the fan will go, if it is NC it will start as soon as you remove the wire. it is possible that your swith could be faulty.

it maybe that it is not your engine that is overheating, but a faulty sender or gauge.

if your new motor didnt come with a new thermostat, it probably didnt come with a new temperature sender either, i am not sure where this is located on a Buick engine, but normally around the thermostat, an easy way to check it is to remove the cable & attach it to earth, then your temp gauge in the car should go all the way up as hot as it can,, this means your gauge is fine, replace your sender.

it is possible that the wire may not have been re-attached when transplanting the engine, in which case, your temp gauge wont work properly either.

this works for a NO temp sender, which is the most common.

NO = normally open

NC = normally closed

these are electrical terms for the type of circuit, NC means that the wire is always earthed, until it switches, then by removing the earth, it turns the switch on,, more common on toyotas than buicks

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History, Politics & Society
Famous People
Birthdays
New Brunswick

Who are notable people born on January fourth?

January 4th: Sir Issac Newton, January 8th: Elvis Presley, January 17th:Jim Carrey, Muhammad Ali, Benjamin Franklin, Al Capone, January 18th: Cary Grant, A.A. Milne, Oliver Hardy, Kevin Costner

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Canada
Reptiles
Snakes
New Brunswick

Do poisonous snakes live in New Brunswick Canada?

Although rattlesnakes are very rare in these parts, they do exist during the Spring and Summer months.

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Politics and Government
Canada
History of Canada
New Brunswick

What were the pros if New Brunswick joined Confederation?

a whole lot

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