FACTS ABOUT NEW BRUNSWICK
- New Brunswick is Canada’s largest Maritime province.
- All citizens under age 20 have access to free education from kindergarten to Grade 12. New Brunswick is home to four public universities, each offering a variety of programs. These universities are The University of New Brunswick, St. Thomas University, Mount Allison University and Universite de Moncton.
- Fredericton is the capital city of New Brunswick, although Saint John is the largest city with a population of approximately 70,000 people. Followed by the city of Moncton with approximately 72,000 residents. These cities offer the best opportunities for work.
- Like all other provinces and territories, universal, publicly funded health care is available to all citizens and legal residents of Canada. Services beyond the basic provisions are also available.
- Over 80% of the land in the province is forested. Around 500,000 Christmas trees are harvested each year.
- The Bay of Fundy – British Columbia has the highest tides in the world.
- New Brunswick’s Real Estate is amongst the cheapest in Canada.
- Express Entry Labour Market Stream
- Skilled Workers with Family Support
- Skilled Workers with Employer Support
- Business Applicants
New Brunswick’s “French Fry Capital”- Florenceville-Bristol provides one-third of the world’s French Fries. It is also home to the New Brunswick Potato World Museum.
There are four streams under the New Brunswick Nominee Program (NBNP):