New Brunswick is one of four Atlantic provinces. According to the Constitution of Canada, New Brunswick is the only bilingual province. About two thirds of the population considers themselves anglophones and the remaining third francophones. One third of the total population considers themselves bilingual. The provinces total population was around 750,000.
Tourism plays a big role in the New Brunswick economy, accounting for roughly 9% of the labour force. Construction and manufacturing contribute over 60% of the remaining jobs in the province. Popular destinations include Hopewell Rocks, Fundy National Park, Kouchibouguac National Park, Roosevelt Campobello International Park. The Bay of Fundy is home to the biggest tides in the world. Hopewell Rocks are a great attraction to view this natural phenomenon either by foot or kayak. If tall rocks peeking out of the water doesn’t interest you, head inland to Grand Falls George. This 70m (230ft) waterfall is in a gorge that is over 1.5 kilometres long. Although much smaller than Niagara Falls, during the spring over 6 million litres of water flows over the falls every few seconds. That is 90% of the volume of Niagara Falls!
New Brunswick is also home to the world’s longest covered bridge, the Hartland Covered Bridge in Hartland. Built in 1906, the bridge spans over 390m (1282 ft) and the first official toll was $0.03 per person. If you crave more covered bridges, head to Sussex, New Brunswick. Sussex is the covered bridge capital of the province, and has more than 60 covered bridges.
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