Smiths Corner, New Brunswick

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Smiths Corner is a community in the Local Service District of Weldford Parish located on the Richibucto River, 6.75 km SW of Bass River, on Route 116 and Route 465 to Harcourt. Today this is a popular spot for smelt fishing and is at the end of the canoe run along the Mortimer River, the local name for that portion of the Richibucto River that runs along Route 116. This community has been home to The Good Life Gathering, a multi-cultural, outdoor experience for youth hosted by Willi Nolan, a community member active with the Sierra Club of Canada.


Smiths Corner had a Post Office 1893-1959. In 1898 Smiths Corner was a farming and lumbering settlement with a population of 100.

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Coordinates: 46°30′19″N 65°09′57″W / 46.505393°N 65.16592°W / 46.505393; -65.16592 (Smiths Corner, New Brunswick)