List of parishes in New Brunswick

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The Canadian province of New Brunswick is home to 152 parishes that previously had political significance as districts within counties. While their political significance was abolished in 1966, they are still recognized as census subdivisions by Statistics Canada.

The Interpretation Act of New Brunswick states that parishes contain all municipalities within them;[1] however, Statistics Canada separates incorporated municipalities from their parishes.

The unincorporated parts of parishes are often used as local service districts (LSDs), although some parishes contain multiple LSDs and some LSDs cross parish boundaries. These non-parish LSDs can serve as designated places for census purposes.

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New Brunswick has 152 parishes, of which 150 are recognized as census subdivisions by Statistics Canada.[2] Unless noted, all figures below are for census subdivisions, which do not include areas within municipalities or Indian reserves.

Name County Population
(2011)[3]
Population
(2006)[3]
Change
(%)[3]
Area
(km²)[3]
Population
density[3]
Aberdeen Carleton 981 959 2.3 447.91 2.2
Acadieville Kent 744 826 −9.9 331.81 2.2
Addington Restigouche 2,615 2,727 −4.1 1,024.99 2.6
Allardville Gloucester 2,081 2,151 −3.3 655.21 3.2
Alma Albert 0 5 −100 222.79 0
Alnwick Northumberland 5,922 6,152 −3.7 734.66 8.1
Andover Victoria 942 856 10 123.67 7.6
Baker Brook Madawaska 287[4] 177 62.1 125.48 2.3
Balmoral Restigouche 602 619 −2.7 1,098.32 0.5
Bathurst Gloucester 4,979 5,144 −3.2 1,504.8 3.3
Beresford Gloucester 6,354 6,301 0.8 456.75 13.9
Blackville Northumberland 2,215 2,347 −5.6 823.48 2.7
Blissfield Northumberland 501 560 −10.5 1,240.26 0.4
Blissville Sunbury 926 848 9.2 342.45 2.7
Botsford Westmorland 1,074 1,203 −10.7 304 3.5
Bright York 3,068 3,159 −2.9 404.17 7.6
Brighton Carleton 1,764 1,834 −3.8 508.34 3.5
Brunswick Queens 192 242 −20.7 704.05 0.3
Burton Sunbury 5,421 5,019 8 259.48 20.9
Cambridge Queens 651 682 −4.5 113.97 5.7
Campobello[a] Charlotte 925[5] 1,056 −12.4 39.67 23.3
Canning Queens 952 950 0.2 173.4 5.5
Canterbury York 609 555 9.7 557.22 1.1
Caraquet Gloucester 1,382 1,511 −8.5 109.2 12.7
Cardwell Kings 1,414 1,479 −4.4 311.72 4.5
Carleton Kent 770 902 −14.6 436.09 1.8
Chatham Northumberland 522 502 4 22.26 23.5
Chipman Queens 962 1,056 −8.9 482.81 2
Clair Madawaska 297 282 5.3 44.18 6.7
Clarendon Charlotte 52 71 −26.8 492.91 0.1
Colborne Restigouche 202 234 −13.7 754.95 0.3
Coverdale Albert 4,401 4,144 6.2 236.15 18.6
Dalhousie Restigouche 2,247 2,313 −2.9 121.32 18.5
Denmark Victoria 1,592 1,688 −5.7 750.74 2.1
Derby Northumberland 998 1,068 −6.6 61.01 16.4
Dorchester Westmorland 477 460 3.7 90.89 5.2
Douglas York 6,081 5,774 5.3 1,446.78 4.2
Drummond Victoria 2,250 2,265 −0.7 1,014.93 2.2
Dufferin Charlotte 573 535 7.1 12.4 46.2
Dumbarton Charlotte 368 356 3.4 375.08 1
Dumfries York 373 369 1.1 305.23 1.2
Dundas Kent 6,282 6,356 −1.2 230.31 27.3
Durham Restigouche 1,207 1,303 −7.4 411.1 2.9
Eldon Restigouche 698 779 −10.4 1,681.54 0.4
Elgin Albert 968 973 −0.5 519.38 1.9
Gagetown Queens 316 297 6.4 235.19 1.3
Gladstone Sunbury 485 538 −9.9 362.23 1.3
Glenelg Northumberland 1,610 1,652 −2.5 505.22 3.2
Gordon Victoria 1,567 1,786 −12.3 1,431.61 1.1
Grand Falls Victoria 1,172 1,188 −1.3 158.43 7.4
Grand Manan Charlotte 162 190 −14.7 6.2 26.1
Greenwich Kings 1,047 1,043 0.4 114.38 9.2
Grimmer Restigouche 1,096 1,105 −0.8 653.48 1.7
Hammond Kings 295 339 −13 244.45 1.2
Hampstead Queens 294 278 5.8 212.63 1.4
Hampton Kings 2,734 2,724 0.4 121.39 22.5
Harcourt Kent 390 426 −8.5 1,170.05 0.3
Hardwicke Northumberland 2,329 2,484 −6.2 278.64 8.4
Harvey Albert 376 424 −11.3 277.26 1.4
Havelock Kings 1,158 1,189 −2.6 349.34 3.3
Hillsborough Albert 1,395 1,473 −5.3 303.73 4.6
Hopewell Albert 643 798 −19.4 149.32 4.3
Huskisson Kent 25 49 −49 369.95 0.1
Inkerman Gloucester 4,247 4,268 −0.5 191.05 22.2
Johnston Queens 660 684 −3.5 359.18 1.8
Kars Kings 407 424 −4 75.96 5.4
Kent Carleton 2,242 2,361 −5 839.81 2.7
Kingsclear York 7,391 6,689 10.5 303.52 24.4
Kingston Kings 2,952 2,888 2.2 200.63 14.7
Lac Baker Madawaska 5 30 −83.3 24.29 0.2
Lepreau Charlotte 752 824 −8.7 209.4 3.6
Lincoln Sunbury 6,458 5,764 12 160.04 40.4
Lorne Victoria 518 617 −16 1,640.36 0.3
Ludlow[b] Northumberland 1,543[6] 1,568 −1.6 1,016.66 1.5
Madawaska Madawaska 0 10 −100 173.32 0
Manners Sutton York 1,806 1,863 −3.1 525.74 3.4
Maugerville Sunbury 1,776 1,715 3.6 921.35 1.9
McAdam York 27 80 −66.3 537.62 0.1
Moncton Westmorland 9,421 8,861 6.3 579.5 16.3
Musquash Saint John 1,200 1,235 −2.8 235.54 5.1
Nelson Northumberland 935 814 14.9 354.51 2.6
New Bandon Gloucester 1,195 1,422 −16 369.58 3.2
New Maryland York 2,466 2,348 5 375.78 6.6
Newcastle Northumberland 1,220 1,209 0.9 577.69 2.1
North Lake York 243 300 −19 440.66 0.6
Northampton Carleton 1,825 1,599 14.1 243.45 7.5
Northesk Northumberland 2,352 2,480 −5.2 3,356.38 0.7
Northfield Sunbury 643 729 −11.8 304.06 2.1
Norton Kings 1,296 1,209 7.2 144.62 9
Notre-Dame-de-Lourdes Madawaska 263 284 −7.4 188.63 1.4
Paquetville Gloucester 2,504[4] 2,457 1.9 220.3 11.4
Peel Carleton 1,223 1,257 −2.7 113.12 10.8
Pennfield Charlotte 2,218 2,322 −4.5 363.88 6.1
Perth Victoria 1,096 1,259 −12.9 318.07 3.4
Petersville Queens 723 758 −4.6 588.56 1.2
Prince William York 895 879 1.8 288.23 3.1
Queensbury York 1,272 1,215 4.7 301.38 4.2
Richibucto Kent 1,986 2,022 −1.8 249.45 8
Richmond Carleton 1,358 1,414 −4 259.14 5.2
Rivière-Verte Madawaska 686 791 −13.3 715.6 1
Rogersville Northumberland 1,213 1,247 −2.7 326.42 3.7
Rothesay Kings 347 350 −0.9 7.31 47.4
Sackville Westmorland 1,336 1,174 13.8 578.37 2.3
Saint-André Madawaska 1,134 1,196 −5.2 128.08 8.9
Saint Andrews Charlotte 593 592 0.2 24.38 24.3
Sainte-Anne Madawaska 949 1,081 −12.2 369.3 2.6
Saint-Basile Madawaska 717 799 −10.3 129.74 5.5
Saint-Charles Kent 1,982 2,093 −5.3 174.78 11.3
Saint Croix Charlotte 616 670 −8.1 78.77 7.8
Saint David Charlotte 1,605 1,499 7.1 189.93 8.5
Saint-François Madawaska 630 754 −16.4 344.7 1.8
Saint George Charlotte 2,472 2,476 −0.2 499.76 4.9
Saint-Hilaire Madawaska 490[4] 531 −7.7 41.55 11.8
Saint-Isidore Gloucester 1,620 1,652 −1.9 189.49 8.5
Saint-Jacques Madawaska 1,599 1,607 −0.5 299.8 5.3
Saint James Charlotte 1,241 1,350 −8.1 556 2.2
Saint-Joseph Madawaska 2,171 1,696 28 322.89 6.7
Saint-Léonard Madawaska 1,052 1,039 1.3 343.97 3.1
Saint-Louis Kent 1,741 1,901 −8.4 258.61 6.7
Sainte-Marie[c] Kent 2,008 1,989 1 238.21 8.4
Saint Martins Saint John 1,145 1,198 −4.4 629 1.8
Saint Marys York 4,733 4,224 12.1 753.12 6.3
Saint Patrick Charlotte 647 721 −10.3 236.88 2.7
Saint-Paul Kent 866 858 0.9 228.8 3.8
Saint-Quentin Restigouche 1,489 1,578 −5.6 2,478.88 0.6
Saint Stephen Charlotte 1,986 2,113 −6 103.38 19.2
Salisbury Westmorland 3,417 3,425 −0.2 873.6 3.9
Saumarez Gloucester 6,920 6,832 1.3 326.78 21.2
Shediac Westmorland 4,917 4,801 2.4 238.05 20.7
Sheffield Sunbury 853 909 −6.2 271.95 3.1
Shippegan Gloucester 5,032 5,370 −6.3 207.25 24.3
Simonds Carleton 565 489 15.5 75.57 7.5
Simonds Saint John 3,828 3,759 1.8 281.88 13.6
Southampton York 1,538 1,601 −3.9 450.18 3.4
Southesk Northumberland 1,833 1,964 −6.7 2,466.39 0.7
Springfield Kings 1,652 1,572 5.1 248.22 6.7
Stanley York 903 971 −7 1,221.88 0.7
Studholm Kings 3,612 3,526 2.4 449.43 8
Sussex Kings 2,529 2,427 4.2 244.27 10.4
Upham Kings 1,306 1,267 3.1 188.55 6.9
Wakefield Carleton 2,814 2,703 4.1 196.57 14.3
Waterborough Queens 851 893 −4.7 444.87 1.9
Waterford Kings 458 505 −9.3 221.12 2.1
Weldford Kent 1,318 1,426 −7.6 611.61 2.2
Wellington Kent 3,327 3,484 −4.5 195.31 17
West Isles Charlotte 731 824 −11.3 38.01 19.2
Westfield Kings 2,108 2,053 2.7 295.5 7.1
Westmorland Westmorland 964 959 0.5 175.07 5.5
Wickham Queens 426 460 −7.4 159.8 2.7
Wicklow Carleton 1,738 1,753 −0.9 195.69 8.9
Wilmot Carleton 1,085 1,143 −5.1 191.45 5.7
Woodstock Carleton 2,165 2,148 0.8 196.96 11
Total parishes[d] 253,623 254,452 −0.3 65,760.17 3.9

Former parishes[edit]

Name County Notes
Fredericton York Incorporated as a city in 1848. Still appears in the Territorial Division Act with its original boundaries, but as a city rather than a parish; the modern municipal boundaries are much larger.
Lancaster Saint John Amalgamated with the City of Saint John in 1967.
Portland Saint John Amalgamated with the City of Saint John in 1889.

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Notes[edit]

  1. ^ The local service district of the parish of Campobello was incorporated as a rural community on November 1, 2010; the parish itself still legally exists and appears in the Territorial Division Act.
  2. ^ The local service district of Parish of Ludlow was replaced on March 10, 1971, by the new local service district of Upper Miramichi, which also included part of the local service district of the parish of Stanley; Upper Miramichi was incorporated as a rural community on March 17, 2008. The parish itself still legally exists and appears in the Territorial Division Act.
  3. ^ The official name is Sainte-Marie in both languages.[7]
  4. ^ These totals are not inclusive of the local service districts of the parishes of Campobello and Ludlow, which are now incorporated as rural communities (Ludlow as part of Upper Miramichi). See rural community for the total 2011 Census statistics of all rural communities in New Brunswick.

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