Memramcook, New Brunswick

What is Memramcook, New Brunswick known for?


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, averaging 53.7 years and a total of 45 farms. An area of 283 km 2, 5263 ha were used 30. There are two branches of the Caisse populaire Dieppe-Memramcook, based in Dieppe and member of Credit Unions Acadian 31. Education Provincial public school systems The following are a list of public schools in the community: class "wikitable sortable" align "left" ! School Name ! Start ! End ! School District ! Year

Open ! Max Enrolment ! 2012 Enrolment ! Notes - École Abbey-Landry K (Kindergarten) 8 (Eighth Grade) Francophone Sud (Francophone Sud School District) - * École Mathieu-Martin for grades 9-12 French * Dorchester Consolidated School for grades K-8 English Other infrastructure and services The library service lies in the town hall. It has nearly 14,500 books, including a small collection in English. There are also


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* Olivier J. Leblanc, Legislative Assembly NB * Roméo LeBlanc, Governor General of Canada * Camille Lefebvre, priest, professor, curate * Antoine Joseph Léger, lawyer, author, senator * Édouard S. Léger, Legislative Assembly NB * Greg O'Donnell, Legislative Assembly NB * Clovis-Thomas Richard, lawyer, LANB, CBC Climate class "wikitable collapsible" style "font-size:90%; width:100%; border:0; text-align:center; line-height:120%;" - ! colspan

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Acadians in southeast New Brunswick, especially among youth, near Moncton, Dieppe (Dieppe, New Brunswick), Memramcook (Memramcook, New Brunswick) and Shediac (Shediac, New Brunswick). It is a more recent development of the French language, spurred by exposure to dominant English-language media (radio, television, internet) and increased urbanization to Moncton and contact with the dominant Anglophone (English Canadian) community in the area since the 1960s especially. The word itself is generally considered a derivation of the name "Shediac (Shediac, New Brunswick)", a town in the area. Arsenault played an important role in organizing the first two Acadian national conventions which were held in Memramcook, New Brunswick in 1881 and Miscouche, Prince Edward Island in 1884. A radio station repeater, CJSE-FM-1 (CJSE-FM) out of Memramcook, New Brunswick received CRTC approval to move from 101.7 MHz to another FM frequency on April 13, 2010 to prevent co-channel interference with CKDH after its move to FM. On June 17, 2011, Maritime Broadcasting System received approval from the CRTC to increase CKDH-FM's average ERP (effective radiated power) from 18,700 to 23,000 watts, by decreasing the effective height of antenna above average terrain from 32 to 16 meters and by relocating its transmitter. Broadcasting Decision CRTC 2011-380 It was created in 2006 (New Brunswick electoral redistribution, 2006) as a result the large population increase in the City of Dieppe (Dieppe, New Brunswick). The district was carved largely out of the old riding of Dieppe-Memramcook taking about 1 5 of Dieppe, the village of Memramcook (Memramcook, New Brunswick) and surrounding areas. The community of Lakeville (Lakeville, New Brunswick) is also a part of this riding having come from the neighbouring district of Moncton Crescent. *1880, the Society of Saint John the Baptiste invites Francophones from all over North America to a congress in Quebec City *July 20–21, 1881, Acadian leaders organize the first Acadian National Convention in Memramcook, New Brunswick which had for its goal to take care of the general interests of the Acadian population. More than 5,000 Acadians participated in the convention. It was decided that August 15, the Assumption of the Virgin Mary, would be chosen to celebrate Acadian culture as National Acadian Day. Other debates at the convention centered around education, agriculture, emigration, colonization, and newspapers, and these same issues would arise at subsequent conventions. *At the second convention, on August 15, 1884, in Miscouche, Prince Edward Island, the Acadian flag, an anthem - Ave Maris Stella, and a motto - ''L'union fait la force'' were adopted. Issues discuss


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Brunswick List of historic places in Westmorland County, New Brunswick Memramcook is called the "Berceau de l'Acadie", which translates to "cradle of Acadia". Long been inhabited by the Mi'kmaq (Mi'kmaq people), the site saw the arrival of Acadians in 1700. ARSENAULT, Bona, Histoire des Acadiens, Bibliothèque nationale du Québec. 1978. Lemaéac p 79. Name The village name is originally Micmac and means "


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Scotia . The reserve has an area of Arsenault played an important role in organizing the first two Acadian national conventions which were held in Memramcook, New Brunswick in 1881 and Miscouche, Prince Edward Island in 1884. A radio station repeater, CJSE-FM-1 (CJSE-FM) out of Memramcook, New Brunswick received CRTC approval to move from 101.7 MHz to another FM frequency on April 13, 2010 to prevent co-channel interference with CKDH after its move to FM. On June 17, 2011, Maritime Broadcasting System received approval from the CRTC to increase CKDH-FM's average ERP (effective radiated power) from 18,700 to 23,000 watts, by decreasing the effective height of antenna above average terrain from 32 to 16 meters and by relocating its transmitter. Broadcasting Decision CRTC 2011-380 It was created in 2006 (New Brunswick electoral redistribution, 2006) as a result the large population increase in the City of Dieppe (Dieppe, New Brunswick). The district was carved largely out of the old riding of Dieppe-Memramcook taking about 1 5 of Dieppe, the village of Memramcook (Memramcook, New Brunswick) and surrounding areas. The community of Lakeville (Lakeville, New Brunswick) is also a part of this riding having come from the neighbouring district of Moncton Crescent. *1880, the Society of Saint John the Baptiste invites Francophones from all over North America to a congress in Quebec City *July 20–21, 1881, Acadian leaders organize the first Acadian National Convention in Memramcook, New Brunswick which had for its goal to take care of the general interests of the Acadian population. More than 5,000 Acadians participated in the convention. It was decided that August 15, the Assumption of the Virgin Mary, would be chosen to celebrate Acadian culture as National Acadian Day. Other debates at the convention centered around education, agriculture, emigration, colonization, and newspapers, and these same issues would arise at subsequent conventions. *At the second convention, on August 15, 1884, in Miscouche, Prince Edward Island, the Acadian flag, an anthem - Ave Maris Stella, and a motto - ''L'union fait la force'' were adopted. Issues discuss


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, 2011, Maritime Broadcasting System received approval from the CRTC to increase CKDH-FM's average ERP (effective radiated power) from 18,700 to 23,000 watts, by decreasing the effective height of antenna above average terrain from 32 to 16 meters and by relocating its transmitter. Broadcasting Decision CRTC 2011-380 It was created in 2006 (New Brunswick electoral redistribution, 2006) as a result the large population increase in the City of Dieppe (Dieppe, New Brunswick). The district was carved largely out of the old riding of Dieppe-Memramcook taking about 1 5 of Dieppe, the village of Memramcook (Memramcook, New Brunswick) and surrounding areas. The community of Lakeville (Lakeville, New Brunswick) is also a part of this riding having come from the neighbouring district of Moncton Crescent. *1880, the Society of Saint John the Baptiste invites Francophones from all over North America to a congress in Quebec City *July 20–21, 1881, Acadian leaders organize the first Acadian National Convention in Memramcook, New Brunswick which had for its goal to take care of the general interests of the Acadian population. More than 5,000 Acadians participated in the convention. It was decided that August 15, the Assumption of the Virgin Mary, would be chosen to celebrate Acadian culture as National Acadian Day. Other debates at the convention centered around education, agriculture, emigration, colonization, and newspapers, and these same issues would arise at subsequent conventions. *At the second convention, on August 15, 1884, in Miscouche, Prince Edward Island, the Acadian flag, an anthem - Ave Maris Stella, and a motto - ''L'union fait la force'' were adopted. Issues discuss


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in Memramcook. Notable people thumb left Pierre-Amand Landry (File:PierreAmandLandry23.jpg) * Thomas-Jean Bourque, physician & politician * Cormier wrestling family, professional wrestlers * Amand Landry, Legislative Assembly NB * David-Vital Landry, doctor, farmer, politician * Pierre-Amand Landry, lawyer, judge, CHC * Bernard LeBlanc, Legislative Assembly NB * Jacques LeBlanc, professional boxer


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Brunswick Cormier Cove then the southern border of ''Memramcook'' and ''Dorchester'' or turn north then the route again heads east crossing the ''Memramcook River'' as it ends at the community of College Bridge (College Bridge, New Brunswick). Starting at Route 106 (New Brunswick Route 106) at the second North-East border with Dieppe (Route known as ''Chemin la Vallee'') heading south-west the first community is Folly Lake (Folly Lake, New Brunswick) then La-Hetriere, New Brunswick La

-Hetriere . From here you could go onto ''Little Dover Rd'' entering both ''Little Dover'' and ''La Montagne'' from the east or continue on ''Route 106'' passing the ''Old Shediac Road''. On the ''Old Shediac road'' you could head towards the north border passing through Memramcook West (Memramcook West, New Brunswick) then passing over Route 2 (New Brunswick Route 2) at the border with Calhoun (Calhoun, New Brunswick). Continuing on ''Route 106'' heading east passing ''Centrale St'' where

'' at the northeastern most border or continuing south on ''Route 106''. Continuing South on Route 106 from the original community of ''Memramcook'' the route passes by Le Lac (Le Lac, New Brunswick) and Memramcook Lake (Memramcook Lake (New Brunswick)) as it enters College Bridge (College Bridge, New Brunswick) and the eastern terminus of ''Route 925''. Continuing south, the route passes Breau Creek (Breau Creek, New Brunswick) and Anderson Mills, New Brunswick Anderson Mills

Memramcook, New Brunswick

leader_title2 MLA leader_name2 Bernard LeBlanc (L) (Liberal Party of New Brunswick) leader_title3 MP leader_name3 Dominic LeBlanc (L) (Liberal Party of Canada) established_title Settled established_date 1700s established_title2 Incorporated established_date2 1966 established_title3 established_date3 area_magnitude unit_pref area_footnotes area_total_km2 area_land_km2 185.71 area_water_km2 area_total_sq_mi area_land_sq_mi area_water_sq_mi area_water_percent area_urban_km2 area_urban_sq_mi area_metro_km2 area_metro_sq_mi population_as_of 2011 population_footnotes population_note population_total 4831 population_density_km2 26.0 population_density_sq_mi population_metro population_density_metro_km2 population_density_metro_sq_mi population_urban population_density_urban_km2 population_density_urban_sq_mi population_blank1_title population_blank1 population_density_blank1_km2 population_density_blank1_sq_mi timezone AST (Atlantic Standard Time Zone) utc_offset −4 timezone_DST ADT (Atlantic Standard Time Zone) utc_offset_DST −3 latd 46.00418 longd -64.55275 elevation_footnotes tags-- elevation_m 0 - 160 elevation_ft postal_code_type Canadian postal code postal_code E (List of E Postal Codes of Canada)4K area_code 506 (Area code 506) blank_name Telephone Exchanges blank_info 334, 758 blank1_name NTS (National Topographic System) Map blank1_info blank2_name GNBC (Geographical Names Board of Canada) Code blank2_info 1307013 website www.memramcook.com footnotes

'''Memramcook''' is a Canadian (Canada) village in Westmorland County (Westmorland County, New Brunswick), New Brunswick. Located in south-eastern New Brunswick, the community is predominantly people of Acadian descent who speak the Chiac derivative of the French language.

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