List of villages in New Brunswick

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A village is a type of municipality in the Canadian Province of New Brunswick.

New Brunswick had 66 villages at the time of the 2011 Census,[1] which dropped to 65 on July 1, 2012 when Kedgwick became a rural community.[2] In the 2011 Census, the province's 65 villages had a cumulative population of 71,639 and an average population of 1,102.[1] New Brunswick's largest and smallest villages are Memramcook and Meductic with populations of 4,831 and 228 respectively.[1][3]

List[edit]

Name Population
(2011)[1]
Population
(2006)[1]
Change
(%)[1]
Area
(km²)[1]
Population
density[1]
Alma 232 301 −22.9 47.64 4.9
Aroostook 351 346 1.4 2.24 156.7
Atholville 1,237 1,317 −6.1 10.25 120.7
Baker Brook 585 525 11.4 12.29 47.6
Balmoral 1,719 1,706 0.8 43.53 39.5
Bas-Caraquet 1,380 1,471 −6.2 31 44.5
Bath 532 512 3.9 2.03 261.6
Belledune 1,548 1,711 −9.5 189.33 8.2
Bertrand 1,137 1,179 −3.6 46.45 24.5
Blacks Harbour 982 952 3.2 8.9 110.3
Blackville 990 931 6.3 21.73 45.6
Cambridge-Narrows 620 717 −13.5 106.94 5.8
Canterbury 336[3] 360 −6.7 5.34 62.9
Cap-Pelé 2,256 2,279 −1 23.78 94.9
Centreville 542 523 3.6 2.69 201.2
Charlo 1,324 1,386 −4.5 31.24 42.4
Chipman 1,236 1,291 −4.3 19.58 63.1
Clair 857 848 1.1 10.39 82.5
Doaktown 793 888 −10.7 28.74 27.6
Dorchester 1,167 1,119 4.3 5.74 203.3
Drummond 775 839 −7.6 8.91 86.9
Eel River Crossing 1,209 1,168 3.5 17.45 69.3
Fredericton Junction 752 715 5.2 23.86 31.5
Gagetown 698 719 −2.9 49.48 14.1
Grand Manan 2,377 2,460 −3.4 150.86 15.8
Grande-Anse 738 758 −2.6 24.42 30.2
Harvey 363 352 3.1 2.46 147.7
Hillsborough 1,350 1,292 4.5 12.98 104
Lac Baker 719 705 2 37.12 19.4
Le Goulet 817 908 −10 5.46 149.6
Maisonnette 573 599 −4.3 12.88 44.5
McAdam 1,284 1,404 −8.5 14.47 88.8
Meductic 228[3] 155 47.1 5.57 40.9
Memramcook 4,831 4,638 4.2 185.71 26
Millville 307 303 1.3 12.16 25.2
Minto 2,505 2,681 −6.6 31.53 79.5
Neguac 1,678 1,623 3.4 26.69 62.9
New Maryland 4,232 4,248 −0.4 21.24 199.2
Nigadoo 952 927 2.7 7.69 123.8
Norton 1,301 1,314 −1 75.35 17.3
Paquetville 706 642 10 9.4 75.1
Perth-Andover 1,778 1,797 −1.1 8.89 200.1
Petitcodiac 1,429 1,368 4.5 17.22 83
Petit-Rocher 1,908 1,949 −2.1 4.49 425.2
Plaster Rock 1,135 1,150 −1.3 3.09 367.9
Pointe-Verte 976 971 0.5 13.79 70.8
Port Elgin 418 451 −7.3 2.61 160
Rexton 818 862 −5.1 6.14 133.3
Riverside-Albert 353 320 10.3 3.41 103.4
Rivière-Verte 744 798 −6.8 7 106.3
Rogersville 1,170 1,165 0.4 7.23 161.8
Saint-Antoine 1,770 1,546 14.5 6.43 275.1
Sainte-Anne-de-Madawaska 1,002 1,073 −6.6 9.21 108.8
Sainte-Marie-Saint-Raphaël 955 993 −3.8 15.61 61.2
Saint-François-de-Madawaska 533 585 31.2 6.34 84.1
Saint-Hilaire 303[3] 231 31.2 5.67 53.4
Saint-Isidore 748 796 −6 22.58 33.1
Saint-Léolin 684[3] 733 −6.7 19.78 34.6
Saint-Louis de Kent 930 960 −3.1 2 464.9
Salisbury 2,208 2,036 8.4 13.68 161.4
St. Martins 314 386 −18.7 2.29 137.1
Stanley 419 433 −3.2 17.34 24.2
Sussex Corner 1,495 1,413 5.8 9.43 158.6
Tide Head 1,036 1,075 −3.6 19.57 52.9
Tracy 611 619 −1.3 29.39 20.8
Total villages 71,956 72,522 −0.8 1,638.71 43.9

Former villages[edit]

Name Status change
date
Current
status
Population
(2011)[1]
Population
(2006)[1]
Change
(%)[1]
Area
(km²)[1]
Population
density[1]
Kedgwick July 1, 2012[2] Rural community[2] 993 1,146 −13.4 4.28 232.2

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m "Population and dwelling counts, for Canada, provinces and territories, and census subdivisions (municipalities), 2011 and 2006 censuses (New Brunswick)". Statistics Canada. May 28, 2012. Retrieved January 4, 2013. 
  2. ^ a b c "New Brunswick Regulation 2012-18". New Brunswick Attorney General. March 15, 2012. Retrieved January 4, 2013. 
  3. ^ a b c d e "Corrections and updates: Population and dwelling count amendments, 2011 Census". Statistics Canada. February 14, 2013. Retrieved February 15, 2013.