Beaubassin East (Grand Barachois) post office
Beaubassin East (2011 population: 6,200 ) is a Canadian Rural Community in Westmorland County, New Brunswick. The French form of the name is Beaubassin-est.
The RC was incorporated 8 May 1995 from the Local Service Districts of Boudreau West, Grand Barachois, Haute-Aboujagane, and Saint-André & LeBlanc Office, and portions of the parishes of Botsford, Sackville, and Shediac. It completely surrounds the Village of Cap-Pelé.
Beaubassin East is divided into six wards, numbered counterclockwise from its eastern boundary.
- Ward 1 includes Bas-Cap-Pelé, Petit-Cap, Portage, and Shemogue
- Ward 2 includes Saint-André-LeBlanc
- Ward 3 includes Grand-Barachois
- Ward 4 includes Boudreau-Ouest
- Ward 5 includes Haute-Aboujagane
- Ward 6 includes Cormier-Village
In 2006, Trois-Ruisseaux became part of Beaubassin East.
Statistical data, according to the Canada 2011 Census:
- Population: 6,200
- % Change (2006-2011): -3.6
- Dwellings: 3,296
- Area (km².): 291.12
- Density (persons per km².): 21.3
As of the Canada 2006 Census, Beaubassin East has the highest White population per capita of any municipality in Canada with a population of 5,000 or more.
Coordinates: 46°10′21.2″N 64°18′43.8″W / 46.172556°N 64.312167°W
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- ^ "Rural Community of Beaubassin East Regulation - Municipalities Act.". Retrieved 2011-11-09.
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