New Brunswick Legislative Building

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New Brunswick Legislative Building
New Brunswick Legislature.png
NB Legislative Building, c. 1882
New Brunswick Legislative Building is located in New Brunswick
New Brunswick Legislative Building
Location within New Brunswick
General information
Architectural style Second Empire
Address 706 Queen Street
Fredericton, New Brunswick
E3B 1C5
Town or city Fredericton, New Brunswick
Country Canada
Coordinates 45°57′34″N 66°38′10″W / 45.959325°N 66.636103°W / 45.959325; -66.636103
Client Government of New Brunswick
Height 41 metres (135 ft)
Design and construction
Architect J.C. Dumaresq

The New Brunswick Legislative Building is the home to the Legislative Assembly of New Brunswick, and is located in Fredericton, New Brunswick. Opened in 1882, the Second Empire style structure was designed by Saint John architect J.C. Dumaresq and replaced the previous home destroyed by fire in 1877.[1]

The dome tower is 41 metres high.

The building is home to:

  • Legislative Assembly Chamber
  • Legislative Assembly Office
  • Legislative Council Chamber - now used for committee meetings
  • Office of the Speaker
  • Office of the Clerk
  • Legislative Library


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