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Madawaska County, New Brunswick

en-CA&community 1184 New Brunswick Provincial Archives - Edmundston Relationship with French Canada The town is economically and culturally linked to the Canadian (Canada) towns of Clair (Clair, New Brunswick) and Saint-François-de-Madawaska (St-Francois-de-Madawaska, New Brunswick), both in Madawaska County (Madawaska County, New Brunswick), New Brunswick, directly across the St. John River (Saint John River (New Brunswick)). Most children on the Canadian

Madawaska County , New Brunswick.amp;community 136 New Brunswick Provincial Archives - Baker Brook demo-area 10551.14 demo-cd Madawaska (Madawaska County, New Brunswick), Restigouche (Restigouche County, New Brunswick) demo-csd Edmundston, Campbellton (Campbellton, New Brunswick), Dalhousie (Dalhousie, New Brunswick), Addington, New

County Municipality, Quebec Témiscouata Regional County Municipality . '''Clair''' (2011 population: 857) is a Canadian (Canada) village in Madawaska County (Madawaska County, New Brunswick), New Brunswick.amp;community 761 New Brunswick Provincial Archives - Clair caption_bathymetry location Lac-Baker (Lac-Baker, New Brunswick), Madawaska County, New Brunswick Saint-Jean


Gloucester County, New Brunswick

of Northumberland County (Richibucto (Richibucto, New Brunswick)) '''Bathurst''' (2011 population (Canada 2011 Census); UA (Urban area) 12,275; CA (Census Agglomeration) population 13,424) is a Canadian (Canada) city in Gloucester County (Gloucester County, New Brunswick), New Brunswick.amp;community 197 New Brunswick Provincial Archives - Bathurst The Miramichi River Drainage basin

and smaller parts of Gloucester County (Gloucester County, New Brunswick) and Sunbury County. '''Saumarez''' is a Canadian (Canada) parish in Gloucester County (Gloucester County, New Brunswick), New Brunswick.amp;community 3636 New Brunswick Provincial Archives - Saumarez Parish demo-area 4675.21 demo-cd Gloucester County, New Brunswick Gloucester

-Madeleine (electoral district) Gaspésie—Îles-de-la-Madeleine . '''Tracadie–Sheila''' prn Tra-k-a-dee Sh-ī-la (2011 population: 4,933) is a Canadian (Canada) town in Gloucester County (Gloucester County, New Brunswick), New Brunswick.amp;community 4082 New Brunswick Provincial Archives - Tracadie-Sheila '''Burnt Church Band''' or '''Burnt Church First Nation''' ( Míkmaq language Míkmaq


Dalhousie, New Brunswick

located in Restigouche County (Restigouche County, New Brunswick), New Brunswick.amp;community 969 New Brunswick Provincial Archives - Dalhousie History thumb left 235px Dalhousie, N.B., looking toward Restigouche River, circa 1900 (File:Dalhousie, N.B., ca. 1900 - P11-195.jpg) Dalhousie

Canadian village in Restigouche County (Restigouche County, New Brunswick), New Brunswick.amp;community 148 New Brunswick Provincial Archives - Balmoral It is located approximately 10 kilometres south of Dalhousie (Dalhousie, New Brunswick). Although Balmoral's population presently meets the requirements for "town" status under the Municipalities Act of the Province of New Brunswick


Brooks, Alberta

Canadian White 10,050 ref>

; with other sectors including metal manufacturing, food processing and construction. It is also a retail and service centre for the surrounding area. Canada's second largest beef-processing facility, owned by JBS Canada


Rocky Mountain House

. In the air, Rocky Mountain House is served by its airport (Rocky Mountain House Airport). Sports The Recreation, Parks & Community Services Department hosts five annual sports tournaments. They include two slo-pitch, a sno-pitch, a volleyball and a hockey slo-pitch combined tournament. Government Rocky Mountain House's town council consists of Mayor Fred Nash and councillors Tammy Burke, Randall Sugden, William Symko, Manfred Ullmann, Donald


South St. Paul, Minnesota

of the Parish Life & Community Center which includes a gymnasium, kitchen and cafeteria, meeting rooms, and an extended gathering space. The addition was completed in March and dedicated on May 19, 2001. The current priest is Fr. Terry Beeson. Notable people * James P. Shannon, former Roman Catholic Bishop from the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Saint Paul and Minneapolis, only Bishop to leave the priesthood after Vatican II. * Tim Pawlenty, former Governor


Northumberland County, New Brunswick

of Chatham (Chatham, New Brunswick) in central Northumberland County (Northumberland County, New Brunswick) and flows northeast into the Miramichi River at Napan Bay (Napan Bay, New Brunswick). '''Alnwick''' is a Canadian (Canada) parish in Northumberland County (Northumberland County, New Brunswick), New Brunswick.amp;community 54 New Brunswick Provincial Archives - Alnwick Parish ref>


York County, New Brunswick

district) Woodstock † This district loses that part of York County (York County, New Brunswick) within its boundaries to York (York (provincial electoral district)) '''Kingsclear''' is a Canadian (Canada) parish in York County (York County, New Brunswick), New Brunswick.amp;community 1973 New Brunswick Provincial Archives - Kingsclear Parish '''Route 4''' is a


Bathurst, New Brunswick

footnotes '''Bathurst''' (2011 population (Canada 2011 Census); UA (Urban area) 12,275; CA (Census Agglomeration) population 13,424) is a Canadian (Canada) city in Gloucester County (Gloucester County, New Brunswick), New Brunswick.amp;community 197 New Brunswick Provincial Archives - Bathurst Geography File:Carte topographique Bathurst en.svg 220px thumb left


Newberg, Oregon

As of 2002, dental equipment manufacturer A-dec was the city's largest employer with 832 employees, and George Fox University was second with 400. ref>


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