Saint John, New Brunswick

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Saint John is a port city on the Bay of Fundy in the Canadian province of New Brunswick.wikipedia
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Saint John is a port city on the Bay of Fundy in the Canadian province of New Brunswick.
In 1785 Saint John became Canada's first incorporated city.

Samuel de Champlain

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French colonist Samuel de Champlain landed at Saint John Harbour on June 24, 1604 (the feast of St. John the Baptist) and is where the Saint John River gets its name although Mi'kmaq and Maliseet peoples lived in the region for thousands of years prior calling the river Wolastoq.
From 1604 to 1607, he participated in the exploration and settlement of the first permanent European settlement north of Florida, Port Royal, Acadia (1605), as well as the first European settlement that would become Saint John, New Brunswick (1604).

Greater Saint John

Greater Saint John covers a land area of 3,362.95 sqkm across the Caledonia Highlands, with a growing population of 126,202 (as of 2016).
Greater Saint John (Grand Saint John) is a metropolitan area surrounding Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada.

Saint John River (Bay of Fundy)

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French colonist Samuel de Champlain landed at Saint John Harbour on June 24, 1604 (the feast of St. John the Baptist) and is where the Saint John River gets its name although Mi'kmaq and Maliseet peoples lived in the region for thousands of years prior calling the river Wolastoq.
New Brunswick settlements through which it passes include, moving downstream, Edmundston, Fredericton, Oromocto, and Saint John.

1877 Great Fire of Saint John, New Brunswick

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The city experienced a cholera outbreak in 1854 with the death of over 1,500 people, as well as a great fire in 1877 that destroyed 40% of the city and left 20,000 people homeless.
The Great Fire was an urban fire that devastated much of Saint John, New Brunswick in June 1877.

New Brunswick Museum

The New Brunswick Museum
The New Brunswick Museum, located in Saint John, New Brunswick, is Canada's oldest continuing museum.

University of New Brunswick

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Located here is University of New Brunswick, as well as New Brunswick's largest health care centre, the Saint John Regional Hospital, and Saint John's only completely French school and community centre, Centre Scolaire Communautaire Samuel-de-Champlain.
The University of New Brunswick (UNB) is a public university with two primary campuses in Fredericton and Saint John, New Brunswick.

Paris Crew

The Paris Crew
The Paris Crew is the name given to a quartet of Canadian sport rowers from Saint John, New Brunswick.

Abraham Pineo Gesner

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Gesner was born in Cornwallis, Nova Scotia (now called Chipmans Corner) and lived much of his life in Saint John, New Brunswick.

Trinity Royal Heritage Conservation Area

Trinity Royal Historic Preservation Area
The western side of the central peninsula subsequently saw increased development and includes the central business district (CBD) and the Trinity Royal Heritage Conservation Area, which together are referred to as "Uptown" by residents throughout the city.
The Trinity Royal Heritage Conservation Area is a historic district in Saint John, New Brunswick's uptown.

Reversing Falls

Reversing Falls Rapids
It contains a unique phenomenon called the Reversing Falls where the diurnal tides of the bay reverse the water flow of the river for several kilometres. The area also contains the Irving Pulp and Paper mill, a highly visible manufacturing plant that sits next to the Reversing Falls and is owned and operated by J. D. Irving, Ltd.
The Reversing Falls are a series of rapids on the Saint John River located in Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada, where the river runs through a narrow gorge before emptying into the Bay of Fundy.

J. D. Irving

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The area also contains the Irving Pulp and Paper mill, a highly visible manufacturing plant that sits next to the Reversing Falls and is owned and operated by J. D. Irving, Ltd.
J.D. Irving, Limited is a privately owned conglomerate company headquartered in Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada.

Moosehead Breweries

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The north end of Lancaster, known as Fairville, is home to Moosehead Brewery and older neighbourhoods clustered along Manawagonish Road.
Moosehead Breweries Limited is Canada's oldest independent brewery, located in Saint John, New Brunswick.

Rothesay, New Brunswick

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Saint John's suburbs, just on the edge of the city limit, are Rothesay, Quispamsis, and Grand Bay–Westfield.
It is adjacent to the City of Saint John along the Kennebecasis River.

Grand Bay–Westfield

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Saint John's suburbs, just on the edge of the city limit, are Rothesay, Quispamsis, and Grand Bay–Westfield.
Grand Bay–Westfield (2016 population: 4,964 ) is a Canadian suburb outside Saint John in the western part of Kings County, New Brunswick.

Saint John Regional Hospital

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Located here is University of New Brunswick, as well as New Brunswick's largest health care centre, the Saint John Regional Hospital, and Saint John's only completely French school and community centre, Centre Scolaire Communautaire Samuel-de-Champlain.
Saint John Regional Hospital is a Canadian hospital in Saint John, New Brunswick.

Quispamsis

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Saint John's suburbs, just on the edge of the city limit, are Rothesay, Quispamsis, and Grand Bay–Westfield.
Quispamsis (, sometimes shortened to ) is a Kings County suburb of Saint John, New Brunswick, located 20 km to the northeast in the lower Kennebecasis River valley.

Rockwood Park, Saint John

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Rockwood Park encompasses 890 ha of upland Acadian mixed forest, many hills and several caves, as well as several freshwater lakes, with an extensive trail network, a golf course, and the Cherry Brook Zoo.
Rockwood Park is a city park in Saint John, New Brunswick.

Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception (Saint John, New Brunswick)

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The Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception in Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada is a cathedral of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Saint John located at 91 Waterloo Street in the city's central neighborhood of Waterloo Village.

New Brunswick Route 1

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The area north of the Highway #1 from the South Central Peninsula is called the North End; both areas being predominantly urban residential older housing which is undergoing gentrification.
Route 1 initially followed local roads from St. Stephen eastward to Oak Bay where it swung south to the town of St. Andrews, then back north and east (still along local roads) until reaching Saint John where it followed Manawagonish Road through the former city of Lancaster and was later diverted to follow the "Golden Mile" immediately south of Manawagonish Road.

List of National Historic Sites of Canada in New Brunswick

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There are 13 National Historic Sites of Canada in Saint John.

Loyalist House

Loyalist House is a museum and National Historic Site located in uptown Saint John, New Brunswick.

Saint John Harbour

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French colonist Samuel de Champlain landed at Saint John Harbour on June 24, 1604 (the feast of St. John the Baptist) and is where the Saint John River gets its name although Mi'kmaq and Maliseet peoples lived in the region for thousands of years prior calling the river Wolastoq.
Saint John Harbour is a large natural harbour on the Atlantic coast of New Brunswick, Canada, located in the city of Saint John, New Brunswick.

École Samuel-de-Champlain

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Located here is University of New Brunswick, as well as New Brunswick's largest health care centre, the Saint John Regional Hospital, and Saint John's only completely French school and community centre, Centre Scolaire Communautaire Samuel-de-Champlain.
The Centre scolaire Samuel-de-Champlain is the only Francophone school in Saint John, New Brunswick.

Saint John City Market

City Market
The Saint John City Market in Saint John, New Brunswick is the oldest continuously operated farmer's market in Canada, with a charter dating from 1785.