Saint-Antoine, New Brunswick
Louis J. Robichaud memorial
|Motto: "P'tite ville en campagne"|
|Incorporated||November 9, 1966|
|• Mayor||Roseline Maillet|
|• Governing Body||Saint-Antoine Village Council|
|• Total||6.43 km2 (2.48 sq mi)|
|• Density||275.1/km2 (713/sq mi)|
|Time zone||AST (UTC−4)|
|• Summer (DST)||ADT (UTC−3)|
Saint-Antoine is a village in Kent County, New Brunswick, Canada. It is 35 km north of Moncton and 18 km Southwest of Bouctouche. Saint-Antoine's residents are Acadian; most speak French in its local variant, Chiac. Saint-Antoine is on Route 115 and Route 525. The village is called St. Anthony by English area residents.
The village is named in honor of Anthony the Great. From 1966, it was called St. Anthony until it was changed to Saint-Antoine in 1969. The village was originally called Higho Settlement. Saint-Antoine was the birthplace of Louis Robichaud, Canada's first Acadian provincial premier.
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