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14 August 2017

  • (diff | hist) . . New Brunswick‎; 13:56 . . (-1,078). .Bearcat (talk | contribs)(Government: the issue isn't the presence or absence of sources; it's that it represents undue weight to delve into it in this much depth in a broad overview article about the province rather than a politics-specific subarticle)
  • (diff | hist) . . New Brunswick‎; 12:55 . . (+1,078). .Spem Reduxit (talk | contribs)(Undid revision 795284775 by Krazytea (talk) the paragraph references a CBC news article, presumably if something makes the news it is fair game)

13 August 2017

9 August 2017

  • (diff | hist) . . New Brunswick‎; 23:00 . . (+4). .Dirac66 (talk | contribs)(Rv last edit and clarify. The mention of Low German is as the language of Braunschweig in Germany for which NB is named, and not of NB itself.)
  • (diff | hist) . . New Brunswick‎; 15:18 . . (+16). .139.52.241.185 (talk)(Etymology: To clarify who used the language (to say that First Nations people were not speaking Low German))