New Brunswick, a province with international connections

Photo: Juanita Craig

During low tide, you can walk on the bottom of the Bay of Fundy to admire the impressive Flowerpot Rocks in the Hopewell Rocks park.

New Brunswick, with 33 per cent of its population francophone, is the only Canadian province that is constitutionally bilingual (English-French). Moncton is considered the capital of modern Acadia.