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A list of Citizendium articles, and planned articles, about New Brunswick, Canada.
See also changes related to New Brunswick, Canada, or pages that link to New Brunswick, Canada or to this page or whose text contains "New Brunswick, Canada".

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  • North America [r]: The third largest continent; area 24,709,000 km² ; pop. 523,736,000 (est. July 2007) [e]
  • Canada [r]: The world's second-largest country by total area, occupying most of northern North America; officially a bilingual nation, in English and French (population approx. 27 million). [e]

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  • Dartmouth, Nova Scotia [r]: (2001 pop.: 65,741[1]), A metropolitan area of the Halifax Regional Municipality, and a former city in the Canadian province of Nova Scotia. [e]
  • Halifax, Nova Scotia [r]: Largest urban community in Atlantic Canada, whose residents are known as Haligonians. [e]
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  • Prince Edward Island [r]: (population 140,402) A Maritime province and island, located in the Gulf of Saint Lawrence on the east coast of Canada. [e]
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