List of cities in New Brunswick
The Canadian Province of New Brunswick has eight municipalities that hold city status. These eight cities had a cumulative population of 272,174 and an average population of 34,022 in the 2011 Census. New Brunswick's largest and smallest cities are Saint John and Campbellton with populations of 70,063 and 7,385 respectively.
|Name||Council type||Council size||Population
|Saint John[NB 5]||ward||10||70,063||68,043||3.0||315.82||221.8||69,661||72,494||74,969|
Saint John is New Brunswick's largest city.
Moncton is New Brunswick's second-largest city.
Skyline of Fredericton, New Brunswick's capital.
- List of communities in New Brunswick
- List of counties of New Brunswick
- List of local service districts in New Brunswick
- List of municipalities in New Brunswick
- List of parishes in New Brunswick
- List of municipal amalgamations in New Brunswick
- List of towns in New Brunswick
- List of villages in New Brunswick
- List of neighbourhoods in New Brunswick
- Rural community
- Campbellton is New Brunswick's smallest city by population and area.
- For the 2001 census, Edmunston's 1996 population of 11,033 was adjusted to 17,876 for comparison purposes to reflect a boundary change.
- Fredericton is New Brunswick's capital.
- The Moncton census metropolitan area (CMA) includes the City of Dieppe.
- Saint John is New Brunswick's largest city by population and area. The Saint John CMA is formed around the City of Saint John.
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