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Acadia is the region of northeastern North America which was established as a French colony in the 17th century, today comprising roughly the Canadian provinces of Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, the Gaspé region of Quebec; and parts of the U.S. state of Maine.
Acadia may also refer to:
- Municipal District of Acadia No. 34, Alberta
- Acadia (electoral district), former district, Alberta
- Acadie (electoral district), former district in Montreal, Quebec
- Acadia River, tributary of the Richelieu River, Quebec
- Acadia University, in Wolfville, Nova Scotia
- Acadia Islet, part of the Ducie Island atoll, Pitcairn Islands (British Overseas Territory), in the Pacific Ocean
- Acadian (disambiguation)
- Acadie (disambiguation)
- Acca (disambiguation)
- Accadia, a town in Apulia, Italy
- Akadia (disambiguation)
- Akkadian (disambiguation)
- Arcadia (disambiguation)
- Cascadia (disambiguation)
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