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Moncton Office - 78 Botsford Phone: 506.857.1380 Fax: 506.857.1395 Cap Pele Office - 2690 Ch.
Moncton Campus 1070 St. George Blvd. Moncton, NB E1E 4K7 Tel: (506) 856-5166, 1-877-297-0777 Fax: (506) 854-1653
190 Assomption Boulevard Moncton, New Brunswick E1C 1A4
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  Moncton, New Brunswick - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Moncton (46°6′N 64°46′W) is the second largest city in the Canadian province of New Brunswick and lies at the centre of the fastest growing urban region in the province.
Moncton is at the geographic centre of the Maritime Provinces.
Moncton is actually situated at the southern end of a traditional native portage route between the Petitcodiac River and Shediac Bay, on the Northumberland Strait.
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 Local Moncton Web-David Jonah-Greater Moncton New Brunswick's News Guide-to Moncton News, Politics and Business Listings
Moncton in 2006 is vibrant and it is determined to succeed.
Moncton has always attempted to punch outside its weight class and this community sense of can do attitude caught the attention of the planners who were on day parole from living in Toronto, and came to Moncton to help guide a process that at its heart is meant to produce a plan for greatness.
Moncton is now poised like a blank easel to become Atlantic Canada's great City of Commercial success, if not entrepreneurial center of excellence, in how it generates sustaining employment and surrounds itself with the sustaining natural beauty of pride in ownership and providing a meaningful quality of community life.
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 The History of Moncton. Information about History of the Region
The history of Moncton is diverse and full of dramatic events that shaped not only the town itself but the country as a whole.
Moncton community was born when the nomadic Mikmaq settlers founded a camp on the banks of the Petitcodiac River.
The construction of the Moncton causeway in 1968, to give the inhabitants of the town a route across the river, has devastated not only the wildlife and fish population, but it has also suppressed the great tidal bore.
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 Tim Hortons 4 Ice Centre Glaces
This award-winning brownfield redevelopment provided an opportunity for a significant part of Moncton's history to be reborn in a business and technology park (Emmerson Park) and the CN Sportplex, home to four ice pads, ten baseball fields, and six soccer fields dedicated to the youth of our city.
Moncton native Gordie Drillon played seven seasons in the National Hockey League, six with the Toronto Maple Leafs and one with the Montreal Canadiens.
Dating back to the Moncton Stadium, Clarence could be found refereeing in his winter boots, taking responsibility for the accounting of equipment, or serving as a manager for various teams.
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 Moncton travel guide - Wikitravel
Moncton is a city in southeast New Brunswick, Canada.
Moncton has a population of 60,126, with a metropolitan population of about 126,086.
Moncton is often described as the Hub of the Maritime provinces.
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The city of Moncton is located in the south eastern corner of the province of New Brunswick, the Moncton campus of the Université de Moncton serves the French population of the entire Atlantic region as well as part of Québec, Ontario and the Western provinces.
Moncton is an area of impressive natural beauty with large forests and beautiful beaches.
Moncton is served by Via Rail to residents and visitors with connections west to Quebec and Montreal, and east to the Maritime neighboring provinces.
www.uca.edu /divisions/academic/imba/moncton.htm   (0 words)

 CBC New Brunswick - Programs - Information Morning Moncton
Information Morning from CBC Moncton is the essential source of fast-paced, breaking and engaging news and information for radio listeners.
The station broadcasts to the eastern half of New Brunswick from Campbellton to Cape Tormentine, and covers the cities of Moncton, Miramichi, Bathurst, Dieppe and Campbellton.
Moncton's Diane Savoie, Acadie's first chocolatier, is our newest guest to tackle the " Question Jar ".
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 Moncton, Canada
An Acadian city in the south-east of the Province of New Brunswick, Moncton is at the end of the narrow estuary of the Petitcodiac, one of the tips of the Bay of Fundy, famed for having the world's highest tides.
Often hailed as the capital of Acadia, Moncton is an important east Canadian road and rail junction, as well as having a French-speaking university.
The French settled in the northern end of the Bay of Fundy in 1638, but the English destroyed their settlement a few years later and the inhabitants were abducted.
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 Local Moncton Web-David Jonah-Greater Moncton New Brunswick's News Guide-to Moncton News, Politics and Business Listings
That challenge will be for New Brunswick to go through what Moncton and surrounding communities went through 20 years ago and that is to understand what's next....what the next NB economy looks like.
If you have a child of any age, if you own a business, if you have any concern that they are announcing the shut down of industry sectors and not the launch of exciting developments with 50 year trajectories to create new employment, then you should come and join the discussion.
The Greater Moncton Chamber of Commerce and the Economic Commission/Enterprise Greater Moncton are hosting this luncheon and the tickets are cheap to cover a meal at the Bo with concerned citizens.
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 CANOE -- SLAM! Sports - Junior Hockey - Moncton's gain is OHL's loss
The Moncton Wildcats celebrate their 3-1 victory over the Vancouver Giants in Memorial Cup semifinal action in Moncton, N.B. on Friday, May 26, 2006.
Moncton advances to Sunday's final against the Quebec Remparts.
MONCTON -- Matt Marquardt went to the Memorial Cup in London last year as a guest of the Knights, unsure of where he wanted to play hockey this season.
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 Moncton Cavalier Main
MONCTON, NB�Police searching for thousands of dollars worth of ladies lingerie said on Friday they had recovered a cache of stolen panties in Centennial Park having been led them by a squirrel.
He decided the venture would be more suited to cater for the coffee dependant, consumer addicted, gambling workhorses of Moncton.
MONCTON, NB�A hair curler worth $1.00 was stolen from the bedroom of a 56-year old mother of two on the Bills Mills road late last night.
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 Moncton Wildcats - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Moncton Coliseum was previously host to the New Brunswick Hawks, Moncton Alpines, Moncton Golden Flames and the Moncton Hawks.
The Moncton Alpines franchise was granted by the QMJHL in 1995 in the wake of successful expansion to Halifax, Nova Scotia in 1994.
The first few years of the Wildcats in Moncton featured a gradual improvement in the team's fortunes as more teams were added to the Maritimes and junior hockey took hold in the region.
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 Moncton SPCA
The Moncton Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals was formed in 1955 by a small group of concerned citizens (headed by Mrs.
The Moncton SPCA shelter is known as the Hoover Animal Shelter, in recognition of the many years of dedicated service given by Mrs.
The Moncton SPCA now has the task of providing a service under the Animal Protection Act which is not duplicated by any other agency in the Greater Moncton area.
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 ..: Direction générale de l'Éducation permanente - Université de Moncton :..
Located in the southeastern corner of New Brunswick, the Moncton campus of the Université de Moncton serves the French population of the entire Atlantic region as well as part of Québec, Ontario and the Western provinces.
Created in 1963, the Université de Moncton has its roots in the many regional colleges that served the Acadian community for 140 years.
The Moncton campus, situated on a beautiful 400 acre landscaped site in the heart of Moncton, offers well over a hundred programs at the undergraduate level as well as many diploma and certificate program.
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 Moncton - Search Results - MSN Encarta
Moncton, University of, public, coeducational institution of higher education located in Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada.
It is a transportation center for the country's Maritime Provinces.
Moncton : colleges and universities: Atlantic Baptist University
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 The City of Moncton   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The Moncton Fire Department's mission is to protect property and the public in the event of medical emergencies, fires, dangerous materials spills, natural and manmade disasters.
Teamwork, integrity, respect for others and respect for the environment are the fundamental values and guiding principles of the City of Moncton Fire Department.
Because the City of Moncton has five fire stations spread out across the city, firefighters are often the first to arrive at the scene of an emergency.
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