List of communities in New Brunswick

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This is a list of communities in New Brunswick, a province in Canada. For the purposes of this list, a community is defined as either an incorporated municipality (including Indian reserves), or an unincorporated settlement inside or outside of a municipality.

Cities[edit]

New Brunswick has 8 cities.

Indian reserves[edit]

New Brunswick has 28 Indian reserves.

Parishes[edit]

New Brunswick has 152 parishes, of which 150 are recognized as census subdivisions by Statistics Canada.[3]

Rural communities[edit]

New Brunswick has 5 rural communities.

Towns[edit]

New Brunswick has 27 towns.

Villages[edit]

New Brunswick has 66 villages.

Neighbourhoods[edit]

Other communities and settlements[edit]

This is a list of communities and settlements in New Brunswick.

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See also[edit]

NB
Canadian Provinces and Territories
Communities in Canada's provinces and territories

Notes[edit]

Cities
  1. ^ Campbellton is New Brunswick's smallest city by population and area.
  2. ^ Fredericton is New Brunswick's capital.
  3. ^ The Moncton census metropolitan area (CMA) includes the City of Dieppe.
  4. ^ Saint John is New Brunswick's largest city by population and area. The Saint John CMA is formed around the City of Saint John.
Parishes
  1. ^ The local service district of the parish of Campobello was incorporated as a rural community on November 1, 2010; the parish itself still legally exists and appears in the Territorial Division Act.
  2. ^ The local service district of the parish of Ludlow was replaced on March 10, 1971 by the new local service district of Upper Miramichi, which also included part of the local service district of the parish of Stanley; Upper Miramichi was incorporated as a rural community on March 17, 2008. The parish itself still legally exists and appears in the Territorial Division Act.
  3. ^ These totals are not inclusive of the local service districts of the parishes of Campobello and Ludlow, which are now incorporated as rural communities (Ludlow as part of Upper Miramichi). See rural community for the total 2011 Census statistics of all rural communities in New Brunswick.

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