The Acadian people, descendants of the original French settlers occupying the northeastern region of North America, have called New Brunswickhome since the 1600s. The Acadian Coast spans nearly 250 miles along the eastern seaboard of the province, with the Acadian Peninsula jutting into the Gulf of St. Lawrence. English and French are both spoken in New Brunswick, Canada’s only bilingual province, and its Acadian heritage offers rich cultural experiences all along the coast. Here are a few ideas if you decide to visit!
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