Upper Miramichi, New Brunswick

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Upper Miramichi (2011 population: 2,373[1]) is a Canadian rural community in Northumberland and York Counties, New Brunswick.

Upper Miramichi became a rural community on 17 March 2008,[2] having formerly been a local service district with the same name. The rural community includes sixteen neighbourhoods stretching between McGivney and the village of Doaktown including Astle, Big Hole Brook, Bloomfield Ridge, Boiestown, Carrolls Crossing, Hayesville, Holtville, Ludlow, McGivney, McNamee, Nelson Hollow, New Bandon, Parker’s Ridge, Porter Cove, Priceville, and Taxis River. The municipal offices are located in Boiestown.

Upper Miramichi is located in New Brunswick
Upper Miramichi
Upper Miramichi
Location of Upper Miramichi in New Brunswick

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  1. ^ "Upper Miramichi, New Brunswick (Rural community)". Retrieved 2012-04-01. 
  2. ^ "Becoming a Rural Community". Retrieved 2011-11-09. 


Coordinates: 46°31′31″N 66°12′31″W / 46.5254°N 66.2085°W / 46.5254; -66.2085