Learn more about New Brunswick
This is the only constitutional bilingual province (English and French). The province of New Brunswick has 747,101 inhabitants and borders the provinces of Quebec and Nova Scotia and border with the USA (State of Maine).
New Brunswick welcomes immigrants and values the skills and experience they bring. This province offers good job opportunities, low cost of living, and excellent school and health services.
New Brunswick’s economy is based on services in the health, education, retail, finance, and insurance sectors. In addition to the port sector, forestry, mining, mixed farming and fishing. The most important cities are Fredericton (the capital) with 56,224 inhabitants, Saint John with 126,202 inhabitants, and Moncton with 71,889 (but with 144,810 in its metropolitan area).