Saint-Louis-de-Kent, New Brunswick
A huge Acadian flag dominates St-Louis' skyline
|Motto: Le berceau du drapeau acadien|
|Incorporated||November 9, 1966|
|• Mayor||Danielle Andrée Dugas|
|• Governing Body||Saint-Louis-de-Kent Village Council|
|• Total||2.00 km2 (0.77 sq mi)|
|• Density||464.9/km2 (1,204/sq mi)|
|Time zone||AST (UTC−4)|
|• Summer (DST)||ADT (UTC−3)|
Often shortened to simply Saint-Louis, the village is situated on the Kouchibouguacis River at the main entrance to Kouchibouguac National Park. It is considered as the birthplace of the Acadian Flag. A local park, parc des forgeron, celebrates the birth of this flag in 1884.
Saint-Louis-de-Kent was founded by Joseph Babineau in 1797. L'Académie Saint-Louis was founded in 1874 by Father Marcel-François Richard. The Congregation of Notre-Dame of Montréal founded a convent in 1879. The academy became a college in 1876. Additional facilities included a telephone line between Quebec and Halifax. The college was closed in 1882 by Bishop James Rogers.
The Saint-Louis Caisse Populaire was founded in 1938. L'école Monseigneur Marcel-François-Richard was opened in 1978.
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