List of communities in New Brunswick

This is a list of communities in New Brunswick, a province in Canada. For the purposes of this list, a community is defined as either an incorporated municipality, an Indian reserve, or an unincorporated community inside or outside a municipality.

Communities in Canada's provinces and territories

Municipalities edit

Cities edit

New Brunswick has eight cities.

Cities of New Brunswick
Name Council type[1] Council size[1] Population
(2023)[2]
Population
(2011)[3]
Change
(%)[3]
Land
area
(km²)[3]
Population
density
(per km²)[3]
Bathurst at-large 7 14,896 12,275 21.4 92.04 129.3
Campbellton[NB 1] ward 11 12,391 7,385 67.8 18.58 370.5
Dieppe ward 8 26,120 23,310 12.1 54.05 469.6
Edmundston ward 8 17,817 16,032 11.1 106.85 155.2
Fredericton[NB 2] ward 12 63,691 56,224 13.3 132.57 439.2
Miramichi at-large 8 18,033 17,811 1.2 179.93 99.0
Moncton[NB 3] ward 10 72,571 69,074 5.1 141.92 506.5
Saint John[NB 4] ward 10 67,575 70,063 −3.7 315.96 213.9
Total cities 293,364 256,141 1,040.22 261.7

Towns edit

New Brunswick has 27 towns.

Towns of New Brunswick
Name Municipal type County[4] Incorporation
date[5]
2021 Census of Population[4]
Population
(2021)
Population
(2016)
Change
Land area
(km2)
Population
density
(/km2)
Beresford Town Gloucester 1967 4,294 4,288 +0.1% 19.24 223.2
Bouctouche Town Kent 1966 2,513 2,361 +6.4% 18.33 137.1
Caraquet Town Gloucester 1961 4,285 4,248 +0.9% 68.13 62.9
Dalhousie Town Restigouche 1905 3,223 3,126 +3.1% 15.12 213.2
Florenceville-Bristol Town Carleton 2008 1,573 1,604 −1.9% 15.74 99.9
Grand Bay-Westfield Town Kings 1998 4,967 4,964 +0.1% 59.82 83.0
Grand Falls Town Victoria 1890 5,220 5,326 −2.0% 18.04 289.4
Hampton Town Kings 1966 4,395 4,289 +2.5% 20.97 209.6
Hartland Town Carleton 1918 933 957 −2.5% 9.50 98.2
Lamèque Town Gloucester 1966 1,301 1,285 +1.2% 12.40 104.9
Nackawic Town York 1976 962 941 +2.2% 7.68 125.3
Oromocto Town Sunbury 1956 9,045 9,223 −1.9% 22.36 404.5
Quispamsis Town Kings 1966 18,768 18,245 +2.9% 56.97 329.4
Richibucto Town Kent 1966 1,411 1,266 +11.5% 11.90 118.6
Riverview Town Albert 1973 20,584 19,667 +4.7% 34.10 603.6
Rothesay Town Kings 1988 11,977 11,659 +2.7% 34.59 346.3
Sackville Town Westmorland 1903 6,099 5,331 +14.4% 73.91 82.5
Saint Andrews Town Charlotte 1903 2,048 1,786 +14.7% 8.35 245.3
Saint-Léonard Town Madawaska 1920 1,322 1,300 +1.7% 5.34 247.6
Saint-Quentin Town Restigouche 1947 2,141 2,194 −2.4% 4.24 505.0
Shediac Town Westmorland 1903 7,535 6,664 +13.1% 64.00 117.7
Shippagan Town Gloucester 1947 2,672 2,580 +3.6% 9.96 268.3
St. George Town Charlotte 1904 1,579 1,517 +4.1% 16.17 97.6
St. Stephen Town Charlotte 1973[a] 4,510 4,415 +2.2% 13.72 328.7
Sussex Town Kings 1904 4,440 4,282 +3.7% 8.90 498.9
Woodstock Town Carleton 1856 5,553 5,228 +6.2% 14.96 371.2

Villages edit

New Brunswick has 66 villages.

Villages of New Brunswick
Name Municipal type County[4] Incorporation
date[5]
2021 Census of Population[4]
Population
(2021)
Population
(2016)
Change
Land area
(km2)
Population
density
(/km2)
Alma Village Albert 1966 282 213 +32.4% 47.64 5.9
Aroostook Village Victoria 1966 313 306 +2.3% 2.23 140.4
Atholville Village Restigouche 1966 3,290 3,570 −7.8% 119.58 27.5
Balmoral Village Restigouche 1972 1,603 1,674 −4.2% 43.33 37.0
Bas-Caraquet Village Gloucester 1966 1,311 1,305 +0.5% 30.93 42.4
Bath Village Carleton 1966 440 476 −7.6% 2.00 220.0
Belledune Village Restigouche 1968 1,325 1,417 −6.5% 189.18 7.0
Bertrand Village Gloucester 1968 1,153 1,166 −1.1% 57.01 20.2
Blacks Harbour Village Charlotte 1972 907 894 +1.5% 9.02 100.6
Blackville Village Northumberland 1966 914 958 −4.6% 20.97 43.6
Cambridge-Narrows Village Queens 1966 715 562 +27.2% 106.79 6.7
Canterbury Village York 1966 320 336 −4.8% 5.32 60.2
Cap-Pelé Village Westmorland 1969 2,503[6] 2,425 +3.2% 22.96 109.0
Centreville Village Carleton 1966 508 557 −8.8% 2.67 190.3
Charlo Village Restigouche 1966 1,323 1,310 +1.0% 31.45 42.1
Chipman Village Queens 1966 1,201 1,104 +8.8% 19.00 63.2
Doaktown Village Northumberland 1966 808 792 +2.0% 29.09 27.8
Dorchester Village Westmorland 1966 906 1,096 −17.3% 5.71 158.7
Drummond Village Victoria 1967 729 737 −1.1% 8.88 82.1
Eel River Crossing Village Restigouche 1966 1,844 1,953 −5.6% 65.26 28.3
Fredericton Junction Village Sunbury 1966 719 704 +2.1% 23.85 30.1
Gagetown Village Queens 1966 787 711 +10.7% 49.32 16.0
Grand Manan Village Charlotte 1995 2,595 2,360 +10.0% 150.56 17.2
Grande-Anse Village Gloucester 1968 731 899 −18.7% 24.27 30.1
Harvey Village York 1966 402 358 +12.3% 2.46 163.4
Hillsborough Village Albert 1966 1,348 1,277 +5.6% 12.81 105.2
Lac Baker Village Madawaska 1967 685 690 −0.7% 37.24 18.4
Le Goulet Village Gloucester 1986 749 793 −5.5% 5.40 138.7
Maisonnette Village Gloucester 1986 535 495 +8.1% 12.91 41.4
McAdam Village York 1966 1,173 1,151 +1.9% 14.19 82.7
Meductic Village York 1966 180 215 −16.3% 6.26 28.8
Memramcook Village Westmorland 1995 5,029 4,778 +5.3% 186.64 26.9
Millville Village York 1966 274 273 +0.4% 12.14 22.6
Minto Village Queens 1966 2,234 2,305 −3.1% 31.36 71.2
Neguac Village Northumberland 1967 1,692 1,684 +0.5% 26.72 63.3
New Maryland Village York 1991 4,153 4,174 −0.5% 21.25 195.4
Nigadoo Village Gloucester 1967 997 963 +3.5% 7.65 130.3
Norton Village Kings 1966 1,410 1,382 +2.0% 75.35 18.7
Paquetville Village Gloucester 1966 718 720 −0.3% 9.26 77.5
Perth-Andover Village Victoria 1966 1,574 1,590 −1.0% 8.96 175.7
Petitcodiac Village Westmorland 1966 1,476 1,383 +6.7% 17.18 85.9
Petit-Rocher Village Gloucester 1966 1,954 1,897 +3.0% 4.52 432.3
Plaster Rock Village Victoria 1966 1,002 1,023 −2.1% 3.01 332.9
Pointe-Verte Village Gloucester 1966 865 886 −2.4% 13.76 62.9
Port Elgin Village Westmorland 1922 381 408 −6.6% 2.65 143.8
Rexton Village Kent 1966 874 830 +5.3% 6.29 139.0
Riverside-Albert Village Albert 1966 348 350 −0.6% 3.39 102.7
Rivière-Verte Village Madawaska 1966 744 724 +2.8% 6.91 107.7
Rogersville Village Northumberland 1966 1,193 1,166 +2.3% 7.19 165.9
Saint-Antoine Village Kent 1966[b] 1,791 1,733 +3.3% 6.32 283.4
Sainte-Anne-de-Madawaska Village Madawaska 1966 891 957 −6.9% 8.97 99.3
Sainte-Marie-Saint-Raphaël Village Gloucester 1966 820 879 −6.7% 15.84 51.8
Saint-Isidore Village Gloucester 1978 810 764 +6.0% 22.94 35.3
Saint-Léolin Village Gloucester 1966 615 647 −4.9% 19.73 31.2
Saint-Louis de Kent Village Kent 1986 981 856 +14.6% 1.98 495.5
Salisbury Village Westmorland 1966 2,387 2,284 +4.5% 13.56 176.0
St. Martins Village Saint John 1966 320 276 +15.9% 2.35 136.2
Stanley Village York 1966 397 412 −3.6% 16.93 23.4
Sussex Corner Village Kings 1966 1,458 1,461 −0.2% 9.32 156.4
Tide Head Village Restigouche 1966 951 938 +1.4% 19.34 49.2
Tracy Village Sunbury 1966 610 608 +0.3% 29.44 20.7

Regional municipalities edit

New Brunswick has one regional municipality.

Rural communities edit

New Brunswick has seven rural communities.

Indian reserves edit

New Brunswick is home to 32 Indian reserves, of which 18 are recognized as census subdivisions by Statistics Canada.[7]

Name as used by
Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada
First Nation(s) Ethnic/national
group
Tribal
council
Treaty Area Population[7] Notes & references
ha acre 2016 2011 %
difference
Big Hole Tract 8 (North Half)[8] Metepenagiag Miꞌkmaq Miꞌkmaq North Shore Micmac District Council n/a 1,396.2 3,450.1
Big Hole Tract 8 (South Half)[9] Eel Ground Miꞌkmaq North Shore Micmac District Council n/a 1,740.2 4,300.1 48 34 41.2%
Buctouche 16[10] Buctouche MicMac Miꞌkmaq North Shore Micmac District Council n/a 62.3 153.9 96 85 12.9%
Buctouche Micmac Band Extension[11] Buctouche MicMac Miꞌkmaq North Shore Micmac District Council n/a 89.6 221.4
Devon 30[12] Saint Mary's Wolastoqiyik Wolastoqey Tribal Council n/a 125.9 311.1 1,038 864 20.1%
Eel Ground 2[13] Eel Ground Miꞌkmaq North Shore Micmac District Council n/a 1,072.8 2,650.9 532 448 18.8%
Eel River 3[14] Eel River Bar Miꞌkmaq North Shore Micmac District Council n/a 122.0 301.5 329 320 2.8%
Esgenoôpetitj[15] Esgenoopetitj Miꞌkmaq Mawiw Council Incorporated n/a 985.4 2,435.0 1,179 1,046 12.7%
Fort Folly 1[16] Fort Folly Miꞌkmaq North Shore Micmac District Council n/a 56.1 138.6 40 48 -16.7%
Indian Island 28[17] Indian Island Miꞌkmaq North Shore Micmac District Council n/a 38.4 94.9 138 97 42.3%
Indian Point 1[18] Metepenagiag Miꞌkmaq Miꞌkmaq North Shore Micmac District Council n/a 41.2 101.8
Indian Ranch[19] Eel River Bar Miꞌkmaq North Shore Micmac District Council n/a 45.7 112.9 89 60 48.3%
Kingsclear 6[20] Kingsclear Maliseet Wolastoqey Tribal Council n/a 374.7 925.9 493 490 0.6%
Metepenagiag Urban Reserve 3[21] Metepenagiag Miꞌkmaq Miꞌkmaq North Shore Micmac District Council n/a 19.9 49.2
Metepenagiag Urban Reserve 8[22] Metepenagiag Miꞌkmaq Miꞌkmaq North Shore Micmac District Council n/a 3.6 8.9
Metepenagiag Uta'nk[23] Metepenagiag Miꞌkmaq Miꞌkmaq North Shore Micmac District Council n/a 1.1 2.7
Moose Meadows 4[24] Eel River Bar Miꞌkmaq North Shore Micmac District Council n/a 404.7 1,000.0
Oinpegitjoig[25] Pabineau Miꞌkmaq North Shore Micmac District Council n/a 18.6 46.0
Oromocto 26[26] Oromocto Wolastoqiyik Wolastoqey Tribal Council n/a 100.7 248.8 282 286 -1.4%
Pabineau 11[27] Pabineau Miꞌkmaq North Shore Micmac District Council n/a 429.1 1,060.3 134 141 -5%
Pokemouche 13[28] Esgenoopetitj Miꞌkmaq Mawiw Council Incorporated n/a 151.4 374.1
Red Bank 4[29] Metepenagiag Miꞌkmaq Miꞌkmaq North Shore Micmac District Council n/a 1,457.0 3,600.3 309 352 -12.2%
Red Bank 7[30] Metepenagiag Miꞌkmaq Miꞌkmaq North Shore Micmac District Council n/a 1,011.7 2,500.0
Renous 12[31] Eel Ground Miꞌkmaq North Shore Micmac District Council n/a 10.0 24.7
Richibucto 15[32] Elsipogtog Miꞌkmaq Mawiw Council Incorporated n/a 1,956.2 4,833.9 1,937 1,985 -2.4%
Soegao No. 35[33] Elsipogtog Miꞌkmaq Mawiw Council Incorporated n/a 130.1 321.5
St Basile 10[34] Madawaska Maliseet Maliseet Wolastoqey Tribal Council n/a 344.8 852.0 214 205 4.4%
St. Mary's 24[35] Saint Mary's Wolastoqiyik Wolastoqey Tribal Council n/a 1.0 2.5
Tabusintac 9[36] Esgenoopetitj Miꞌkmaq Mawiw Council Incorporated n/a 3,268.7 8,077.1 10 10 0%
The Brothers 18[37] Kingsclear
Madawaska Maliseet
Tobique
Woodstock
Maliseet Wolastoqey Tribal Council
Wolastoqey Tribal Council
Mawiw Council Incorporated
n/a 4.0 9.9
Tobique 20[38] Tobique Maliseet Mawiw Council Incorporated n/a 2,724.0 6,731.2 968 1,039 -6.8%
Woodstock 23[39] Woodstock Maliseet n/a 159.8 394.9 327 345 -5.2%

First Nations edit

New Brunswick is home to 15 First Nations.

Name as used by
Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada
Ethnic/national
group
Population (July 2021) Notes
On reserve Off reserve Total
Buctouche MicMac[40] Miꞌkmaq 80 42 122
Eel Ground[41] Miꞌkmaq 593 483 1,076
Eel River Bar[42] Miꞌkmaq 362 441 803
Elsipogtog[43] Miꞌkmaq 2,738 761 3,499
Esgenoopetitj (Burnt Church)[44] Miꞌkmaq 1,382 559 1,941
Fort Folly[45] Miꞌkmaq 35 101 136
Indian Island[46] Miꞌkmaq 112 100 212
Kingsclear[47] Maliseet 739 325 1,064
Madawaska Maliseet[48] Maliseet 163 217 380
Metepenagiag Miꞌkmaq[49] Miꞌkmaq 465 237 702
Oromocto[50] Wolastoqiyik 342 460 802
Pabineau[51] Miꞌkmaq 105 238 343
Saint Mary's[52] Wolastoqiyik 940 1,084 2,024
Tobique[53] Maliseet 1,594 976 2,570
Woodstock[54] Maliseet 301 854 1,155
Total population 9,951 6,878 16,829

Parishes edit

New Brunswick has 152 parishes, of which 150 are recognized as census subdivisions by Statistics Canada.[55]

Local service districts edit

Neighbourhoods edit

Other communities and settlements edit

This is a list of communities and settlements in New Brunswick.

A–B edit

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C–G edit

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See also edit

Notes edit

Cities
  1. ^ Campbellton is New Brunswick's smallest city by population and area.
  2. ^ Fredericton is New Brunswick's capital.
  3. ^ The Moncton census metropolitan area (CMA) includes the City of Dieppe.
  4. ^ Saint John is New Brunswick's second largest city by population and area. The Saint John CMA is formed around the City of Saint John.
Parishes
  1. ^ St. Stephen was incorporated as a town in 1871 and amalgamated with Milltown in 1973 to form St. Stephen-Milltown; the name reverted to St. Stephen in 1975.[5]
  2. ^ Incorporated as St. Anthony but the name was changed to Saint-Antoine in 1969.[5]
  3. ^ The local service district of the parish of Campobello was incorporated as a rural community on 1 November 2010; the parish itself still legally exists and appears in the Territorial Division Act. The data here is for the rural community of Campobello Island.
  4. ^ a b c d e f 2016 figure adjusted for subsequent change in boundaries.
  5. ^ The local service district of Parish of Ludlow was replaced on 10 March 1971 by the new local service district of Upper Miramichi, which also included part of the local service district of the parish of Stanley; Upper Miramichi was incorporated as a rural community on 17 March 2008. The parish itself still legally exists and appears in the Territorial Division Act.
  6. ^ Figures are for rural community of Saint-André, which includes all of parish not included in town of Grand Falls.
  7. ^ The official name is Sainte-Marie in both languages.[57]
  8. ^ These totals are not inclusive of any portions within cities, town, villages, incorporated rural communities, regional municipality, or Indian reserves. Totals are calculated; non-CSDs are not included.

References edit

  1. ^ a b Saint John Telegraph-Journal: "municipal election 2016 results", p.A4-A5 10 May 2016
  2. ^ "Local Governance Reform - White Paper" (PDF). Government of New Brunswick. November 2021. Retrieved July 6, 2023.
  3. ^ a b c d "Population and dwelling counts, for Canada, provinces and territories, and census subdivisions (municipalities), 2011 and 2006 censuses (New Brunswick)". Statistics Canada. May 28, 2012. Retrieved January 4, 2013.
  4. ^ a b c d "Population and dwelling counts: Canada, provinces and territories, census divisions and census subdivisions (municipalities), New Brunswick". Statistics Canada. February 9, 2022. Retrieved February 21, 2022.
  5. ^ a b c d "Place Names of New Brunswick: Where is Home? New Brunswick Communities Past and Present". Government of New Brunswick. 2023. Retrieved 7 May 2023.
  6. ^ "Population and dwelling count amendments, 2021 Census". Statistics Canada. July 13, 2022. Retrieved July 16, 2022.
  7. ^ a b "Population and dwelling counts, for Canada, provinces and territories, and census subdivisions (municipalities), 2016 and 2011 censuses – 100% data, New Brunswick". February 7, 2018. Retrieved August 10, 2021.
  8. ^ Reserve, settlement or village details for Big Hole Tract 8 (North Half) Reserve at Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada. Retrieved August 12, 2021.
  9. ^ Reserve, settlement or village details for Big Hole Tract 8 (South Half) Reserve at Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada. Retrieved August 12, 2021.
  10. ^ Reserve, settlement or village details for Buctouche 16 Reserve at Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada. Retrieved August 12, 2021.
  11. ^ Reserve, settlement or village details for Buctouche Micmac Band Extension Reserve at Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada. Retrieved August 12, 2021.
  12. ^ Reserve, settlement or village details for Devon 30 Reserve at Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada. Retrieved August 12, 2021.
  13. ^ Reserve, settlement or village details for Eel Ground 2 Reserve at Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada. Retrieved August 12, 2021.
  14. ^ Reserve, settlement or village details for Eel River 3 Reserve at Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada. Retrieved August 12, 2021.
  15. ^ Reserve, settlement or village details for Esgenoôpetitj Reserve at Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada. Retrieved August 12, 2021.
  16. ^ Reserve, settlement or village details for Fort Folly 1 Reserve at Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada. Retrieved August 12, 2021.
  17. ^ Reserve, settlement or village details for Indian Island 28 Reserve at Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada. Retrieved August 12, 2021.
  18. ^ Reserve, settlement or village details for Indian Point 1 Reserve at Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada. Retrieved August 12, 2021.
  19. ^ Reserve, settlement or village details for Indian Ranch Reserve at Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada. Retrieved August 12, 2021.
  20. ^ Reserve, settlement or village details for Kingsclear 6 Reserve at Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada. Retrieved August 12, 2021.
  21. ^ Reserve, settlement or village details for Metepenagiag Urban Reserve 3 Reserve at Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada. Retrieved August 12, 2021.
  22. ^ Reserve, settlement or village details for Metepenagiag Urban Reserve 8 Reserve at Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada. Retrieved August 12, 2021.
  23. ^ Reserve, settlement or village details for Metepenagiag Uta'nk Reserve at Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada. Retrieved August 12, 2021.
  24. ^ Reserve, settlement or village details for Moose Meadows 4 Reserve at Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada. Retrieved August 12, 2021.
  25. ^ Reserve, settlement or village details for Oinpegitjoig Reserve at Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada. Retrieved August 12, 2021.
  26. ^ Reserve, settlement or village details for Oromocto 26 Reserve at Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada. Retrieved August 12, 2021.
  27. ^ Reserve, settlement or village details for Pabineau 11 Reserve at Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada. Retrieved August 12, 2021.
  28. ^ Reserve, settlement or village details for Pokemouche 13 Reserve at Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada. Retrieved August 12, 2021.
  29. ^ Reserve, settlement or village details for Red Bank 4 Reserve at Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada. Retrieved August 12, 2021.
  30. ^ Reserve, settlement or village details for Red Bank 7 Reserve at Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada. Retrieved August 12, 2021.
  31. ^ Reserve, settlement or village details for Renous 12 Reserve at Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada. Retrieved August 12, 2021.
  32. ^ Reserve, settlement or village details for Richibucto 15 Reserve at Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada. Retrieved August 12, 2021.
  33. ^ Reserve, settlement or village details for Soegao No. 35 Reserve at Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada. Retrieved August 12, 2021.
  34. ^ Reserve, settlement or village details for St Basile 10 Reserve at Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada. Retrieved August 12, 2021.
  35. ^ Reserve, settlement or village details for St. Mary's 24 Reserve at Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada. Retrieved August 12, 2021.
  36. ^ Reserve, settlement or village details for Tabusintac 9 Reserve at Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada. Retrieved August 12, 2021.
  37. ^ Reserve, settlement or village details for The Brothers 18 Reserve at Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada. Retrieved August 12, 2021.
  38. ^ Reserve, settlement or village details for Tobique 20 Reserve at Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada. Retrieved August 12, 2021.
  39. ^ Reserve, settlement or village details for Woodstock 23 Reserve at Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada. Retrieved August 12, 2021.
  40. ^ First Nation details for the Buctouche MicMac First Nations at Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada. Retrieved August 12, 2021.
  41. ^ First Nation details for the Eel Ground First Nations at Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada. Retrieved August 12, 2021.
  42. ^ First Nation details for the Eel River Bar First Nations at Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada. Retrieved August 12, 2021.
  43. ^ First Nation details for the Elsipogtog First Nations at Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada. Retrieved August 12, 2021.
  44. ^ First Nation details for the Esgenoopetitj (Burnt Church) First Nations at Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada. Retrieved August 12, 2021.
  45. ^ First Nation details for the Fort Folly First Nations at Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada. Retrieved August 12, 2021.
  46. ^ First Nation details for the Indian Island First Nations at Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada. Retrieved August 12, 2021.
  47. ^ First Nation details for the Kingsclear First Nations at Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada. Retrieved August 12, 2021.
  48. ^ First Nation details for the Madawaska Maliseet First Nations at Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada. Retrieved August 12, 2021.
  49. ^ First Nation details for the Metepenagiag Miꞌkmaq First Nations at Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada. Retrieved August 12, 2021.
  50. ^ First Nation details for the Oromocto First Nations at Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada. Retrieved August 12, 2021.
  51. ^ First Nation details for the Pabineau First Nations at Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada. Retrieved August 12, 2021.
  52. ^ First Nation details for the Saint Mary's First Nations at Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada. Retrieved August 12, 2021.
  53. ^ First Nation details for the Tobique First Nations at Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada. Retrieved August 12, 2021.
  54. ^ First Nation details for the Woodstock First Nations at Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada. Retrieved August 12, 2021.
  55. ^ "Interim List of Changes to Municipal Boundaries, Status, and Names: From January 2, 2011 to January 1, 2012" (PDF). Statistics Canada. Retrieved April 2, 2013.
  56. ^ a b c d "Population and dwelling counts: Canada, provinces and territories, and census subdivisions (municipalities)". Statistics Canada. 9 February 2022. Retrieved 26 March 2022.
  57. ^ "Chapter T-3 Territorial Division Act" (PDF). Government of New Brunswick. Retrieved 28 December 2020.