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  Fredericton, New Brunswick
The Fredericton area was not settled again until 1732 when a group of French Acadians, fleeing the British forces who had taken possession of Nova Scotia by the Treaty of Utrecht, made their way to the St. John River Valley.
In 1983, to mark the 200th anniversary of the Loyalist landing in Fredericton, another monument was erected by the United Empire Loyalists Society in front of the Old Burial Ground on Brunswick Street.
Since Fredericton, unlike Saint John, was not prone to sea attacks; was easily accessible by the St. John River; surrounded by excellent farming land and forests; and was central in the province, the British Government quickly approved Carleton's choice.
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  Fredericton, New Brunswick - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Fredericton is located in the middle of the Saint John River valley, with most of the city's post-war suburban development occurring on gently sloping hills on either side of the river, although the downtown core is flat and lies low to the river.
Fredericton's status as an educational centre is evident in the city's two degree granting universities: the University of New Brunswick and St.
Fredericton High School, which was once the largest school in the Commonwealth of Nations until the construction of Leo Hayes High School in 1999, primarily serves students on the south side.
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 Fredericton, New Brunswick
Fredericton, 2001 population 47,560, is the provincial capital of New Brunswick, Canada.
A street plan was laid out to the west of the original townsite, King's College (now the University of New Brunswick) was founded, and the locale was renamed "Frederick's Town." A building was constructed to house the provincial legislative assembly in 1788, but it was destroyed in 1880.
Today, Fredericton is known for its large elm stands, numerous public spaces, and the scenery of the Saint John River valley.
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 Fredericton, New Brunswick
It was complete by the summer of l977, and Fredericton had a modern facility for civic administration in a building that retained the integrity and character that is so much a part of the city's history.
When a new Teachers' College was built on the University of New Brunswick campus in 1965, the old building served as part of Fredericton High.
New Brunswick's enviable reputation for fine crafts is attributed to the presence of the College of Craft and Design, which encourages imagination and innovation.
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 Fredericton, New Brunswick - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Fredericton is the cultural, artistic and educational centre of the province.
Fredericton boasts two universities - the University of New Brunswick and the liberal arts focused Saint Thomas University.
The City of Fredericton comprises Fredericton proper, and the boroughs of Silverwood, Nashwaaksis, Devon, Barker's Point and Marysville which were incorporated into the city in 1973.
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 Canadian Relocation Systems, Fredericton, New Brunswick Canada
Fredericton, New Brunswick's capital city, offers countless advantages - from low business operating costs to a delightful lifestyle in a community blessed with both natural beauty and excellent planning.
Fredericton is a hive of activity for three levels of government - federal, provincial and municipal - and two thriving universities.
Fredericton boasts the world renowned Beaverbrook Art Gallery, The Playhouse, Theatre New Brunswick, the York-Sunbury Museum, and the National Exhibition Centre.
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 Fredericton New Brunswick real estate
New Brunswick is Canada's only officially bilingual province, with the highest percentage of Francophones outside Quebec (almost 35 percent), The heritage of New
Brunswick combines French, British Loyalist, Scots and Irish traditions, with later elements of German, Scandinavian and Asian.
The heritage of New Brunswick's people is a blended one, combining elements of the French, British Loyalist, Scottish and Irish traditions, with later elements of German, Scandinavian and Asian.
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 TransCanadaHighway.com Fredericton, New Brunswick
Fredericton is the capital city of New Brunswick, with a population of 81,000, and lies on the St. John River, and the Trans-Canada Highway, only 100 km from the US border.
The major industries in Fredericton reflects the community's role as the seat of government, though not the province's largest city.
Whether it's a visit to a park, an art gallery or the area's history, Fredericton offers its visitors and residents lots to do every day of the week.
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 Fredericton New Brunswick Information, Yellow Pages, and more
Our Free Classifieds for the State of New Brunswick offer items such as used horse trailers, cars, trucks, motorcycles, outboard motors, books, horses, dogs, real estate listings including homes, businesses, and land, apartments for rent, boats and many other items that are for sale by owner.
Our History, Trivia and Facts Pages are populated with interesting, useless and random facts pertaining to Fredericton, New Brunswick history, Canadian history, family history and the history of names.
Our Free Message Boards New Brunswick daily to ensure the appropriateness of the topics for visitors of all ages.
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 Fredericton, NB - New Brunswick Funeral Homes - FSN Funeral Homes - United States and Canada Funeral Home Directory - ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Fredericton, NB - New Brunswick Funeral Homes brought to you by FSN Funeral Homes, a directory of funeral homes in the United States and Canada.
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 Fredericton, New Brunswick   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
The motto is: Fredericopolis silvae filia nobilis (Fredericton noble daughter of the forest).
In 1955, when the late Brigadier Michael Wardell of Fredericton entered into discussions with the College of Arms, on behalf of the City, with a view of obtaining official authority for the arms, it was stated that in no circumstances could such use of the Royal Emblems be sanctioned.
In 1970, as a result of procedures suggested by Sir Anthony Wagner, the Garter King of Arms, a petition was made to the Queen by the Governor General of Canada on a proposal of the Lieutenant-Governor of New Brunswick.
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 TransCanadaHighway.com Fredericton, New Brunswick Top Attractions
Fredericton's downtown is considered by many (especially Fredericpudlians), 'the Jewel of the majestic St. John River Valley'.
The settlement faithfully recreates the sights, sounds and feel of rural New Brunswick in the 1800's with period-costumed residents in 10 homes and 60 other buildings including a working saw mill, grist mill, small theatre, school, church, forge, store, carpenter's shop, cooper's shop, and door and sash factory.
Gowan was the director to the New Brunswick Legislative Library in 1852 when he decided to purchase a copy of this book for the library's collections.
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 Fredericton hotels in Fredericton New Brunswick Canada - Crowne Plaza Fredericton
FREDERICTON, NEW BRUNSWICK - BEAUTY, HISTORY AND CULTURE ALL IN ONE CITY - As the capital of New Brunswick, it offers great shopping and entertainment, as well as wonderful, Victorian architecture, theatre, music and art.
Fredericton, capital city of New Brunswick (since 1785), is nestled beside the St. John River
New Brunswick's capital, Fredericton, is home to an array of architectural wonders.
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 Fredericton, New Brunswick   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
For the last year and a half I have been working in the capitol city of New Brunswick Canada.
Fredericton is an amazing city with a combination of incredible history and phenomenal beauty.
I plan to be attending the University of New Brunswick in the fall here, Electrical Engineering program.
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 Bankruptcy New Brunswick - Trustees, Information, Free Consultation
This site provides free information about personal bankruptcy in New Brunswick and personal bankruptcy alternatives in New Brunswick, including answers to common personal bankruptcy questions.
If you live in New Brunswick and are considering bankruptcy we suggest you contact a New Brunswick Bankruptcy Trustee to fully review your situation.
New Brunswick Bankruptcy is sponsored by Allan Marshall & Associates Inc.
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 Fredericton New Brunswick Real Estate
In Fredericton the average home price is $130,000-$130,000 while prices range from $65,000 to $400,000.
Fredericton is approximately 1 hour from Saint John, 2 hours from Moncton, 3 hours to PEI and 5 hours from Halifax, Nova Scotia.
Fredericton is the home of the University of New Brunswick and St. Thomas University.
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 Fredericton New Brunswick Fredericton New Brunswick Fredericton's Airport, YFC
Fredericton International Airport, or "YFC " (its international aeronautical designation) is just southeast of the City of Fredericton city limits, offers direct air links to Toronto, Ottawa, Montreal, Halifax, and Boston.
The Fredericton Airport is serviced by Air Canada, Tango, and Capital Airways.
If you are planning to stay in Fredericton itself, everything is close together and a short walk from the core.
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 Fredericton, New Brunswick Driving & Navigating
The Trans-Canada Highway through New Brunswick was redone over the past several years, most significantly the stretch east between Fredericton and Moncton where the new highway eliminates the detour through Sussex and shortens the route about 40 km.
There is a new bypass, taking the highway south of Fredericton, allowing through traffic to avoid the traffic at the city's larger malls, and shifting the Trans-Canada to the south shore until it crosses at Upper Gagetown.
Route 102 is the scenic route along the south shore, while 105 is the scenic route along the north shore (the portion east of Fredericton used to be #2, the Trans-Canada).
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 Fredericton New Brunswick: Fredericton Military Compound
This square was the centre of military activity when the British Army garrisoned Fredericton from 1785 to 1869, and the Canadian Army from 1883 to 1914.
The park is adorned with a bronze statue of Lord Beaverbrook, which was erected in 1957, while he was still alive.
Lord Beaverbrook was bor William Maxwell Aitken in Maple Ontario, but grew up in New Brunswick, studied law at Dalhouise university, got involved with politics and went to England in 1910 to work with Andrew Bonar Law, the only Canadian-born British Prime Minister.
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 Fredericton New Brunswick Fredericton New Brunswick Fredericton School Board Trustees information, listings and links
In 1996, the New Burnswick government eliminated elected school boards to streamline the educational process.
Fredericton is represented by School District #18, with offices (as of January 2003) at 1135 Prospect Atreet (Fredericton High School) with the phone number of 453-5454.
School District 18 is located along the St. John River in the heart of New Brunswick, and encompasses the provincial capital Fredericton, and the villages of Boiestown, Doaktown, Harvey, McAdam, New Maryland, and Stanley.
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 Fredericton, New Brunswick   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
There are a lot of great things to see and do here in Fredericton, the above photograph was taken from the local public library and shows the old bridge supports spanning the St. John river in January.
The Fredericton CyberSocial is a community based Information Technology networking group and a great place to meet techies in the city.
One thing about people here in the big F' is that they take their Tim Horton's seriously...
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 Fredericton, New Brunswick
Situated on the banks of the scenic Saint John River, the City of Fredericton (pop.
Both the Saint John Telegraph Journal and the Fredericton Gleaner have decided (April 2000) to charge a fee to read their web pages, or to make them available only to subscribers of the print edition.
The local time (Atlantic Time Zone) is one hour ahead of New York, Ottawa, Montreal and Toronto.
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