Havelock, New Brunswick
See also Havelock Parish
The community is situated on a large lime deposit and its extraction has driven the local economy, beginning with a Lafarge cement plant constructed in the 1960s and current mothballed since the early 1990s. Graymont operates a lime quarry and kiln to supply eastern Canada and New England with 300 tonnes per day.
Havelock was named after Sir Henry Havelock and was previously known as Butternut Ridge.
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