List of parishes in New Brunswick

This is a list of parishes in the Canadian province of New Brunswick. Their political significance was abolished in the 1960s, although they are still considered census subdivisions by Statistics Canada. In most cases, parishes are either used as or divided into local service districts.

The Interpretation Act of New Brunswick states that parishes contain all municipalities within them, however, Statistics Canada separates all incorporated municipalities from their parishes, and local service districts only cover unincorporated areas. To clarify, Parishes no longer exist except simply as geographical expressions. Local Service Districts replaced them, and even though many of them (not all) do have the same boundaries and names as their predecessor Parish, they are not the same thing and the Parish concept is completely defunct.
  • Aberdeen, New Brunswick
  • Acadieville, New Brunswick
  • Addington, New Brunswick
  • Allardville, New Brunswick
  • Alma, New Brunswick
  • Alnwick, New Brunswick
  • Andover, New Brunswick
  • Baker Brook, New Brunswick
  • Balmoral, New Brunswick
  • Bathurst, New Brunswick
  • Beresford, New Brunswick
  • Blackville, New Brunswick
  • Blissfield, New Brunswick
  • Blissville, New Brunswick
  • Botsford, New Brunswick
  • Bright, New Brunswick
  • Brighton, New Brunswick
  • Brunswick, New Brunswick
  • Burton, New Brunswick
  • Cambridge, New Brunswick
  • Campobello, New Brunswick
  • Canning, New Brunswick
  • Canterbury, New Brunswick
  • Caraquet, New Brunswick
  • Cardwell, New Brunswick
  • Carleton, New Brunswick
  • Chatham, New Brunswick
  • Chipman, New Brunswick
  • Clair, New Brunswick
  • Clarendon, New Brunswick
  • Colborne, New Brunswick
  • Coverdale, New Brunswick
  • Dalhousie, New Brunswick
  • Denmark, New Brunswick
  • Derby, New Brunswick
  • Dorchester, New Brunswick
  • Douglas, New Brunswick
  • Drummond, New Brunswick
  • Dufferin, New Brunswick
  • Dumbarton, New Brunswick
  • Dumfries, New Brunswick
  • Dundas, New Brunswick
  • Durham, New Brunswick
  • Eldon, New Brunswick
  • Elgin, New Brunswick
  • Gagetown, New Brunswick
  • Gladstone, New Brunswick
  • Glenelg, New Brunswick
  • Gordon, New Brunswick
  • Grand Falls, New Brunswick
  • Grand Manan, New Brunswick
  • Greenwich, New Brunswick
  • Grimmer, New Brunswick
  • Hammond, New Brunswick
  • Hampstead, New Brunswick
  • Hampton, New Brunswick
  • Harcourt, New Brunswick
  • Hardwicke, New Brunswick
  • Harvey, New Brunswick
  • Havelock, New Brunswick
  • Hillsborough, New Brunswick
  • Hopewell, New Brunswick
  • Huskisson, New Brunswick
  • Inkerman, New Brunswick
  • Johnston, New Brunswick
  • Kars, New Brunswick
  • Kent, New Brunswick
  • Kingsclear, New Brunswick
  • Kingston, New Brunswick
  • Lac-Baker, New Brunswick
  • Lepreau, New Brunswick
  • Lincoln, New Brunswick
  • Lorne, New Brunswick
  • Ludlow, New Brunswick
  • Madawaska, New Brunswick
  • Manners Sutton, New Brunswick
  • Maugerville, New Brunswick
  • McAdam, New Brunswick
  • Moncton, New Brunswick
  • Musquash, New Brunswick
  • Nelson, New Brunswick
  • New Bandon, New Brunswick
  • New Maryland, New Brunswick
  • Newcastle, New Brunswick
  • North Lake, New Brunswick
  • Northampton, New Brunswick
  • Northesk, New Brunswick
  • Northfield, New Brunswick
  • Norton, New Brunswick
  • Notre-Dame-de-Loudres, New Brunswick
  • Paquetville, New Brunswick
  • Peel, New Brunswick
  • Pennfield, New Brunswick
  • Perth, New Brunswick
  • Petersville, New Brunswick
  • Prince William, New Brunswick
  • Queensbury, New Brunswick
  • Richibucto, New Brunswick
  • Richmond, New Brunswick
  • Rivière-Verte, New Brunswick
  • Rogersville, New Brunswick
  • Rothesay, New Brunswick
  • Sackville, New Brunswick
  • Saint Andrews, New Brunswick
  • Saint Croix, New Brunswick
  • Saint David, New Brunswick
  • Saint George, New Brunswick
  • Saint James, New Brunswick
  • Saint Martins, New Brunswick
  • Saint Mary, New Brunswick
  • Saint Marys, New Brunswick
  • Saint Patrick, New Brunswick
  • Saint Stephen, New Brunswick
  • Saint-André, New Brunswick
  • Saint-Basile, New Brunswick
  • Saint-Charles, New Brunswick
  • Saint-François, New Brunswick
  • Saint-Hiliare, New Brunswick
  • Saint-Isidore, New Brunswick
  • Saint-Jacques, New Brunswick
  • Saint-Joseph, New Brunswick
  • Saint-Louis, New Brunswick
  • Saint-Léonard, New Brunswick
  • Saint-Paul, New Brunswick
  • Saint-Quentin, New Brunswick
  • Sainte-Anne, New Brunswick
  • Salisbury, New Brunswick
  • Saumarez, New Brunswick
  • Shediac, New Brunswick
  • Sheffield, New Brunswick
  • Shippagan, New Brunswick
  • Simonds, Carleton County, New Brunswick
  • Simonds, Saint John County, New Brunswick
  • Southampton, New Brunswick
  • Southesk, New Brunswick
  • Springfield, New Brunswick
  • Stanley, New Brunswick
  • Studholm, New Brunswick
  • Sussex, New Brunswick
  • Upham, New Brunswick
  • Wakefield, New Brunswick
  • Waterborough, New Brunswick
  • Waterford, New Brunswick
  • Weldford, New Brunswick
  • Wellington, New Brunswick
  • West Isles, New Brunswick
  • Westfield, New Brunswick
  • Westmorland, New Brunswick
  • Wickham, New Brunswick
  • Wicklow, New Brunswick
  • Wilmot, New Brunswick
  • Woodstock, New Brunswick


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A parish is a type of administrative subdivision. It is used by some Christian churches, usually liturgical churches, and also by the civil government in a number of countries (see civil parish).

Etymology

The term "Parish" derives from Anglo-Fr.
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New Brunswick
Nouveau-Brunswick


Flag Coat of arms
Motto: Spem reduxit (Hope restored)

Capital Fredericton
Largest city Saint John
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Centuries: 19th century - 20th century - 21st century

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Their 1960s decade refers to the years from 1960 to 1969, inclusive.
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The census geographic units of Canada are the country subdivisions defined and used by Canada's federal government statistics bureau Statistics Canada[1] to conduct the country's five-yearly census.
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Statistics Canada (French: Statistique Canada) is the Canadian federal government department commissioned with producing statistics to help better understand Canada, its population, resources, economy, society, and culture.
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A local service district (LSD) is a unit of rural municipal government in the Canadian provinces of New Brunswick and Newfoundland and Labrador which cover areas outside incorporated cities, towns and villages for provision of municipal services such as fire protection, garbage
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Aberdeen (2006 population 959) is a parish, ranked 2,105 in terms of population, in western New Brunswick, Canada on the Southwest Miramichi River in Carleton County.
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Addington (2006 Population 2,727) is a parish in New Brunswick, Canada.

Demographics

According to the Canada 2006 Census:
  • Population: 2,727 (-8.6% from 2001)
  • Land area:  km ( sq mi)
  • Population density: 2.
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  • Allardville (2006 population: 2,151) is a Canadian rural community in Gloucester County, New Brunswick.

    Located south of Bathurst, the community is named for Monsignor Jean Joseph August Allard.
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    Alnwick (2006 population: 6,152) is a parish in northeastern New Brunswick, Canada in Northumberland County on the north coast of Miramichi Bay.

    It is defined in the Territorial Division Act as: North by the County line; west by Bartibog River, from its mouth up to the
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    Perth-Andover, New Brunswick
    Motto: Where people and trails meet
    Country Canada
    Province New Brunswick
    County Victoria County
    Established 1966
    Government
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    Beresford is a parish in northeastern New Brunswick, Canada in Gloucester County on the Chaleur Bay.

    It's defined in the Territorial Division Act as: West by the County line; east by the Chaleur Bay and south by the easterly prolongation of the south line of Restigouche
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    Burton (2001 population: 2,320) is a Canadian rural community in Sunbury County, New Brunswick.

    Located on the Saint John River immediately downstream (southeast) of Oromocto, Burton is the shire town of the county and is the location of the Sunbury County court house.
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    Douglas (2001 population: 2,369) is a Canadian suburban community in York County, New Brunswick.

    Located on the east bank of the Saint John River, Douglas developed as a farming community but has witnessed two residential subdivisions developed in recent decades, largely for
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    Dundas is a parish in southeastern New Brunswick, Canada in Kent County.

    It is located on the Northumberland Strait on the north shore of Shediac Bay, and is located northeast of Moncton. The main community is Grande-Digue.
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    Elgin is a Canadian rural community in Albert County, New Brunswick.

    It is situated in the western part of the county, approximately 14 kilometres south of Petitcodiac on Highway 905.
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    For other places named Greenwich, see Greenwich (disambiguation).
    Greenwich (pronounced IPA: /ˈgrɛnɪtʃ/) is a parish in Kings County, New Brunswick, Canada.
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    Havelock, New Brunswick is a Canadian rural community in Kings County, New Brunswick.

    Havelock was named after Sir Henry Havelock and was previously known as Butternut Ridge.

    Havelock is at the junction of Route 885 and Route 880.
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    Kingsclear (2001 population: 2,625) is a Canadian rural community in York County, New Brunswick.

    Located on the west bank of the Saint John River, 20 kilometres west of the city of Fredericton and opposite Keswick Ridge, the community includes several cottage areas along the
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    Kingston is a rural Canadian village in Kings County, New Brunswick.

    Located on the Kingston Peninsula, the village was settled in 1783 by Loyalists at the conclusion of the American Revolution.
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    Lac-Baker (2001 population: 226) is a Canadian village in Madawaska County, New Brunswick.

    It is located on the shore of Lac Baker which derives its name from John Baker, who founded Baker Brook and subsequently discovered the lake.
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    Lincoln (2001 pop.: 2,850) is a Canadian suburban community in Sunbury County, New Brunswick.

    Located on the west bank of the Saint John River between Fredericton and Oromocto, Lincoln was one of the original United Empire Loyalist settlements established in the province
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    Moncton is a parish in southeastern New Brunswick, Canada in Westmorland County. The parish encircles the northern half of the City of Moncton with the southwest part of the parish touching the Petitcodiac River. It is the most populous parish in the province.
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    Nelson-Miramichi is a Canadian suburban neighbourhood in the city of Miramichi, New Brunswick.

    Prior to municipal amalgamation on January 1, 1995, Nelson-Miramichi was an incoporated village in Northumberland County and one of the oldest European settlements in the Miramichi
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    Peel is a Canadian rural community in Carleton County, New Brunswick.

    Coordinates:
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    Perth-Andover, New Brunswick
    Motto: Where people and trails meet
    Country Canada
    Province New Brunswick
    County Victoria County
    Established 1966
    Government
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    Richibucto was established prior to the 1600s when it was noted as the major stronghold and meeting place of Mi'kmaq, the original inhabitants. Richibucto was occupied by Acadians in the early 1600s when a missionary school was established.
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    St. Andrews is a parish in the Canadian province of New Brunswick.As of 2001, the population was 547. The area of the parish was 24.33 square kilometres.

    External links

    • Statistics Canada Community Profile - St. Andrews (parish), New Brunswick, Canada

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    St. Croix is a Canadian rural community in York County, New Brunswick.

    The community derives its name from the St. Croix River which flows along its western boundary; this river also forms the International Boundary between Canada and the United States and the community is
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