Gloucester County, New Brunswick

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for Gloucester County (Gloucester County, New Brunswick) in the 1970 provincial election (New Brunswick general election, 1970). He was re-elected to the legislature for the single member (First Past the Post electoral system) riding of Nepisiguit-Chaleur in 1974 (New Brunswick general election, 1974), 1978 (New Brunswick general election, 1978), 1982 (New Brunswick general election, 1982), 1987 (New Brunswick general election, 1987) and 1991 (New Brunswick general election, 1991). He served as speaker (Speaker (politics)) from 1987-1991 but was neither elected speaker nor named to the cabinet (Executive Council of New Brunswick) following the 1991 elections and thus did not run for re-election in 1995 (New Brunswick general election, 1995). '''Beresford''' (2011 population: 4,351) is a Canadian (Canada) town in Gloucester County (Gloucester County, New Brunswick), New Brunswick. New Brunswick Provincial Archives - Beresford '''Beresford''' is a Canadian (Canada) parish in Gloucester County (Gloucester County, New Brunswick), New Brunswick. New Brunswick Provincial Archives - Beresford Parish '''Shippagan''' (2011 population: 2,603) is a Canadian (Canada) town in Gloucester County (Gloucester County, New Brunswick), New Brunswick. '''Petit-Rocher''' (2006 population: 1,949) is a Canadian (Canada) village in Gloucester County (Gloucester County, New Brunswick), New Brunswick. Located on Chaleur Bay 20 km northwest of Bathurst (Bathurst, New Brunswick), Petit-Rocher's residents are 92% Francophone Acadian. Its current population meets the requirements for "town" status under the Municipalities Act of the Province of New Brunswick, however the community has not requested a change in municipal status. group5 '''Sainte-Marie—Saint-Raphaël''' (2006 pop.: 993) is a Canadian (Canada) village in Gloucester County (Gloucester County, New Brunswick), New Brunswick.


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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


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** '''Sainte-Marie—Saint-Raphaël''' (2006 pop.: 993) is a Canadian (Canada) village in Gloucester County (Gloucester County, New Brunswick), New Brunswick.


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Brunswick electoral redistribution, 2006 2006 . 2006 Final Report of the Electoral Boundaries and Representation Commission. Elections New Brunswick. Retrieved February 21, 2011. A Liberal (New Brunswick Liberal Association), he was first elected to the New Brunswick Legislature to the multi-member (Plurality-at-large voting) riding (Riding (division)) for Gloucester County (Gloucester County, New Brunswick) in the 1970 provincial election (New Brunswick general election, 1970). He was re-elected to the legislature for the single member (First Past the Post electoral system) riding of Nepisiguit-Chaleur in 1974 (New Brunswick general election, 1974), 1978 (New Brunswick general election, 1978), 1982 (New Brunswick general election, 1982), 1987 (New Brunswick general election, 1987) and 1991 (New Brunswick general election, 1991). He served as speaker (Speaker (politics)) from 1987-1991 but was neither elected speaker nor named to the cabinet (Executive Council of New Brunswick) following the 1991 elections and thus did not run for re-election in 1995 (New Brunswick general election, 1995). '''Beresford''' (2011 population: 4,351) is a Canadian (Canada) town in Gloucester County (Gloucester County, New Brunswick), New Brunswick. New Brunswick Provincial Archives - Beresford '''Beresford''' is a Canadian (Canada) parish in Gloucester County (Gloucester County, New Brunswick), New Brunswick. New Brunswick Provincial Archives - Beresford Parish '''Shippagan''' (2011 population: 2,603) is a Canadian (Canada) town in Gloucester County (Gloucester County, New Brunswick), New Brunswick. '''Petit-Rocher''' (2006 population: 1,949) is a Canadian (Canada) village in Gloucester County (Gloucester County, New Brunswick), New Brunswick. Located on Chaleur Bay 20 km northwest of Bathurst (Bathurst, New Brunswick), Petit-Rocher's residents are 92% Francophone Acadian. Its current population meets the requirements for "town" status under the Municipalities Act of the Province of New Brunswick, however the community has not requested a change in municipal status. group5 '''Sainte-Marie—Saint-Raphaël''' (2006 pop.: 993) is a Canadian (Canada) village in Gloucester County (Gloucester County, New Brunswick), New Brunswick.


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'''Sainte-Marie—Saint-Raphaël''' (2006 pop.: 993) is a Canadian (Canada) village in Gloucester County (Gloucester County, New Brunswick), New Brunswick.


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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

Gloucester County, New Brunswick

'''Gloucester County''' (2011 population 77,792) is located in the northeastern corner of New Brunswick, Canada. New Brunswick Provincial Archives - Gloucester County Fishing, mining and forestry are the major industries in the county. The eastern section of the county is known for its Acadian culture.

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