Saint John, New Brunswick - Canada

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Saint John, Canada's first incorporated city, is located on the southern coast of New Brunswick. With a population of about 125,000, Saint John is the largest city in the province.

The steep streets of uptown Saint John are lined with charming buildings that reflect the city's rich shipbuilding history. The influence of British Loyalist settlers can be seen throughout the city including Kings Square, a park where the paths form the lines of the Union Jack.

Saint John's most known attraction is the Reversing Falls, where the Saint John River meets the rising and falling tides of the Bay of Fundy. The Bay of Fundy is home to the highest tides in the world: 50 feet.
Winters can be mild in Saint John and summers can be cool. Hot air travels up the eastern seaboard to the cold waters of the Bay, creating cool clouds of "steam" over the city. Travelling inland will often reveal bright, hot, sunny days.

Vacation in Saint John
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City of Saint John Links:
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  • New Brunswick Museum website:
  • University of New Brunswick, Saint John campus:

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