LIVING IN NEW BRUNSWICK CANADA
Life on a human scale... with all the comforts of home.
Thank you for visiting. As you explore this site you will learn a lot about our home in Atlantic Canada.
New Brunswick is the largest of Canada’s three Maritime provinces. It is located under Quebec's Gaspé Peninsula and beside the State of Maine. New Brunswick was one of the first provinces, along with Ontario, Québec and Nova Scotia, to join together to form the Dominion of Canada in 1867. New Brunswick has experienced immigration on a smaller scale from all over the world, and today boasts a varied and increasingly multicultural population. Source: Provice of NB
This content is simply the product of a successful "transplant" from Ontario. Since we made the transition ourselves, we felt others might benefit from our experiences.
Depending on where you now live, we are probably not that far away. If you've spent a vacation with us before, why not come again? If not, a whole new adventure awaits. If you take a closer look you may, like us, like what you find. Worst case, you'll have a great trip.
To get a better picture try to time your visit during the off-season (before July or after August). The residents will be more relaxed and you'll avoid the crowds and your chance to get a real taste of the place will be better.Our own relocation decision was based on quality-of-life issues and it has proven to be very worthwhile. We thought you might like to share in what we've learned. Enjoy the ride!
For official information you can visit the official website presented by the Government of New Brunswick. To see New Brunswick through the eyes of someone who's 'been there' and 'done that', have a ramble through this site. You should probably visit both.
Some of the images on this website, used for the purposes of promoting New Brunswick
are courtesy of Communications New Brunswick.