Legislative Council of New Brunswick

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Legislative Council of New Brunswick
Type
Type
History
Founded 1785 (1785)
Disbanded 1891 (1891)
Preceded by Nova Scotia Council
Succeeded by none

The Legislative Council of New Brunswick was the upper house of the government of the British colony and later Canadian province of New Brunswick between 1785 and 1891.

Members were appointed by the New Brunswick lieutenant governor.

Council chambers[edit]

The former chambers of the council are now used for committee meetings by the legislative assembly.

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