New Brunswick

food

New Brunswick is very known for there food or well there chocolate.Each year they have there very own very unique CHOCOLATE FEST!The process of creating quality chocolates James and Gilbert Ganong in 1873, has been passed down from generation to generation in the beautiful town of St Stephen, New Brunswick.Ganong Bros. Limited has been one of the chocolate industry's most important companies. Arthur Ganong was the first to make any sort of a wrapped chocolate bar; Ganong began selling the first chocolate bars in 1910.Chocolate Fest began in 1984 and is a unique celebration of chocolate discovery , rich in culture, appealing to your senses and offering unforgettable experiences.In 2000, St Stephen was officially registered as "Canada's Chocolate Town" as a mark of the importance of chocolate in its past and present.The Great Chocolate Mousse" is there official mascot. In 1994 The Great Chocolate Mousse married his lovely wife, Tiffany. The Chocolate Mousse and Tiffany are very popular during the festival with both young and old chocolate lovers.

flag

A gold lion on the red field across the top one-third of the flag represents New Brunswick's ties to both the Brunswick region in Germany and (the arms of) the Monarch of Canada. The lower two-thirds of the flag depicts a Scottish Lymphad, the traditional representation of a ship in heraldry.
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climate

Northern New Brunswick has a typical continental climate with warm summers and cold winters. The southern half of the province experiences a more moderate maritime climate with cooler summers and milder winters.Along the Bay of Fundy coast during the spring and early summer, fog is quite common. Precipitation is fairly evenly distributed throughout the year. July is the warmest month with average temperatures ranging from 72° F (22° C) on the Bay of Fundy coast and inland temperatures of 77° F (25° C) and higher.anuary is the coldest month – with the average temperature around 18.5° F (-7.5° C) along the southeastern shore, while in the northwest, extremely low temperatures of – 22° F (- 30°C) to - 31°F (- 35°C) are common

history

New brunswick has been in many wars such as the civil war,king williams war,Queen Anee's war,Father rale's war,father le loutre's war,And there most famous war the french and indian war happened in 1754 and ended in 1763. Over the next forty-five years the Acadians refused to sign an unconditional oath to great Britain. During this time period Acadians participated in various operations against the British and maintained supply lines to the French Fortress of Louisbourg.During the french and indian war, the British thought both to neutralize any military threat Acadians posed and to interrupt the vital supply lines Acadians provided to Louisbourg by deporting Acadians from Acadia.the British wanted to clear the Acadians from the villages along the Gulf of St. Lawrence to prevent any interference with the Siege of Quebec (1759). Fort Anne fell during the St. John River Campaign and following this, all of present-day New Brunswick came under British control. France ultimately lost control of all of its North American territories by 1760.
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places to visit

New brunswick has many places to visit such as the Hopewell rocks,Fundy park,Magnetic hill zoo,st. martins sea caves,reversing falls,rock wood park,shediac's giant lobsters,magic moutain,bay ferrie's,odell park,new brunswick museum,and many more.