Baie-Sainte-Anne, New Brunswick

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Baie-Sainte-Anne is located in New Brunswick
Baie-Sainte-Anne
Baie-Sainte-Anne
Location of Baie-Sainte-Anne in New Brunswick

Baie-Sainte-Anne (2001 population: 1,600) is a Canadian rural community in Northumberland County, New Brunswick.

It is located on the southern shore of Miramichi Bay near its opening into the Gulf of St. Lawrence. Peat farming and lobster processing are the area's major sources of income.

History[edit]

The area was founded in 1789 by both British and Acadian settlers.

Education[edit]

District School Name Grades Notes
Francophone Sud École Régionale de Baie Sainte-Anne K-12
Anglophone North

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Coordinates: 47°0′36.8″N 65°1′9″W / 47.010222°N 65.01917°W / 47.010222; -65.01917 (Baie-Sainte-Anne)