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Charlotte County is located in the southwestern portion of New Brunswick, Canada. comprises of 148 Towns, Parishes, Communities, and Villages including St. Stephen, Milltown, St. Andrews, St. George, Blacks Harbour, Pennfield, Grand Manan, Deer Island, Campobello Island, Lepreau, Maces Bay, Pocologan, Beaver Harbour, Deadmans Harbour, Bonny River, Canal, Back Bay, Mascarene, Breadalbane, Cathiness, Bocobec, Digdeguash, Oak Bay, Moores Mills, Scotch Ridge, Rollingdam, Ellsville, Pomeroy, Dumbarton, Lawrence Station, Little Ridge, Leverville, Waweig, Honeydale, Bayside, Chamcook, Bethe, Clarendon ,Welshpool, Leonardville, Lambertville, Richardson, Castalia, Grand Harbour, Passamaquoddy, Magaguadavic, Lepreau, Dufferin, Saint Patrick, Saint Croix, Plus many more...
Welcome to St. George New Brunswick
St. George (pop: 1509), nicknamed the "Granite Town", slogan "Community Strong" is located on the southwest corner of New Brunswick, off Route 1 between St. Stephen and Saint John, just a thirty minute drive east from the border crossing between St. Stephen, New Brunswick and Calais, Maine and a 45 minute drive from Saint John.
St. George is the commercial and service centre for the Village of Blacks Harbour and the Parishes of St. George, West Isles and Pennfield , an area encompassing of approximately 8,025 people.
Our rich history, beautiful countryside and unspoiled beaches make St. George a prime destination to live! St. George is situated on the Magaguadavic River between Passamaquoddy Bay and Lake Utopia. Lake Utopia is a popular recreation destination for eastern Charlotte County with swimming, boating and fishing being popular among year-round residents and cottage-goers.
St. George is the centre of the largest aquaculture industry in North America and fishermen are out in their boats long before sunrise, gathering the bounty of the sea. Lobster, scallops, clams, herring, mackerel and Atlantic salmon are all harvested from the cold waters of the bay.
Welcome to Blacks Harbour New Brunswick
Blacks Harbour is a friendly, small fishing village located in the South-western region (Charlotte County) of the province of New Brunswick. The population is just over 950 people, whose strong sense of community is readily evident to visitors of the area everyone knows your name!
This area is the proud home to two major businesses: Connors Bros. Ltd. and Cooke Aquaculture Inc.� Connors Bros. is a division of Clover Leaf Seafoods, LP and Bumble Bee Foods, LLC, which together comprise North America's largest branded seafood company. Cooke Aquaculture is one of the top 50 Best Managed Companies in Canada and markets its products under three brands; True North Salmon, Heritage Salmon and Jail Island Salmon.
Blacks Harbour provides the mainland gateway to the largest island in New Brunswick, Grand Manan Island. Coastal Transport Limited is pleased to offer daily, year-round ferry trips to North Head on Grand Manan from Wallace Cove in Blacks Harbour.�
Our warm hospitality awaits you on the Bay of Fundy Shore, Blacks Harbour, New Brunswick.
Welcome to St. Stephen New Brunswick
St. Stephen is conveniently located with access to major cites in Atlantic Canada and the Eastern United States. It is service center of southern New Brunswick with many financial institutions, automotive dealers, and retail shops. It is also a hub for the many forest related businesses of Charlotte County.
The largest employers, Ganong Bros. Ltd. and Flakeboard Co. Ltd. have a successful history and have been joined more recently by various other enterprises.
The fully serviced industrial park is an asset and an invitation to new business.
As a community, St. Stephen has much to offer: excellent modern elementary, middle and high schools; a wide variety of places to worship; all major service clubs; an active recreation department; fun-filled summer celebrations like Chocolate Fest and International Festival.
The town has quiet tree-lined residential streets, beautiful historic homes and new subdivisions; a shopping mall and a bustling downtown core; small parks and playgrounds and friendly, caring people. It also has a long , proud history of international co-operation and friendship with its "across the bridge" neighbor, Calais, Maine, U.S.A. St.Stephen has approximately 5000 residents currently living within the town limits
Welcome to St.�Andrews New Brunswick
St. Andrews, is located between St. Stephen and St. George. And� is just a 30 minute drive from the border crossing between Calais Maine and St. Stephen.
For picturesque charm, natural beauty and downeast hospitality, nowhere matches the elegant maritime resort town of St. Andrews by-the-Sea on Passamaquoddy Bay
Important attractions include The Fairmont Algonquin Hotel, Kingsbrae Horticultural Garden, The Ross Memorial Museum, the St. Andrews Biological Station, the Huntsman Marine Aquarium, The Sheriff Andrews' House, Minister's Island (the summer home of Cornelius Van Horne), whale watching, fine art and craft galleries, many shops, restaurants and small inns and the charming seaside setting.