List of population centres in New Brunswick

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Population centre, in Canadian census data, is a populated place, or a cluster of interrelated populated places, which meets the demographic characteristics of an urban area, having a population of at least 1,000 people and a population density of no fewer than 400 persons per square kilometre.[1]

The term was first introduced in the Canada 2011 Census; prior to that, Statistics Canada used the term urban area.[1]

In the 2011 census, Statistics Canada listed 33 population centres in the province of New Brunswick.[2]

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Rank Population centre Size group Population in 2011  Population in 2006 
1 Moncton Large urban 107,086 96,987
2 Saint John Medium 95,902 91,352
3 Fredericton Medium 61,522 57,255
4 Bathurst Small 17,887 18,154
5 Edmundston Small 13,660 14,110
6 Chatham - Douglastown Small 13,307 13,441
7 Oromocto Small 9,234 8,706
8 Campbellton (New Brunswick part) Small 9,130 9,236
9 Shediac Small 6,129 5,554
10 Sussex Small 5,812 5,654
11 Grand Falls / Grand-Sault Small 5,706 5,650
12 Woodstock Small 5,264 5,146
13 St. Stephen Small 4,817 4,780
14 Caraquet Small 4,276 4,338
15 Hampton Small 2,865 2,756
16 Sackville Small 2,848 2,525
17 Dalhousie Small 2,750 2,862
18 Tracadie-Sheila Small 2,679 2,423
19 Shippagan Small 2,603 2,754
20 Salisbury Small 2,208 2,036
21 Saint-Quentin Small 2,095 2,250
22 Bouctouche Small 1,956 1,911
23 Saint Andrews Small 1,889 1,798
24 Perth-Andover Small 1,778 1,797
25 McEwen Small 1,515 1,609
26 St. Leonard Small 1,353 1,362
27 Starlight Village Small 1,319 1,914
28 Richibucto Small 1,286 1,290
29 McAdam Small 1,284 1,404
30 Rogersville Small 1,170 1,165
31 Plaster Rock Small 1,135 1,150
32 Kedgwick Small 1,012 1,151
33 Sainte-Anne-de-Madawaska Small 1,002 1,073

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