Talk:York County, New Brunswick

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Kirjtc2, just dont remove the parish listings. Put them in their own listing if you have a problem with them, just dont remove someone's *cough* me *cough* hard work. -- Earl Andrew - talk 07:04, 26 July 2005 (UTC)

We went over this with the Alberta article. The parishes in NB are no different from census divisions in Alberta. There IS NO "Bright, New Brunswick". People who live in the Nashwaak Valley DO NOT say they live in St. Mary's Parish. Parishes are not notable compared to the community listings. I will continue to revert your edits. Kirjtc2 17:57, 26 July 2005 (UTC)

There's no reason a list of parishes cannot be on this list. You are forgetting, that the Alberta Census Division debate was an overwhelming keep. There is absolutely no reason for there not to be a list of parishes here. They are at least census divisions, and are *still* used be the federal government, not only by Statistics Canada but by Elections Canada as well. -- Earl Andrew - talk 18:05, 26 July 2005 (UTC)