Fundy–Quispamsis – Proposed Boundaries

(Population: 79,387)

Consisting of:

  • (a) the County of Albert, excepting that part of the Town of Riverview described as follows: commencing at the point of intersection of the Petitcodiac River with the brook known locally as Gray's Brook; thence generally southeasterly along the most westerly branch of said brook to the westerly production of Whitepine Road; thence easterly along said production and Whitepine Road to Pine Glen Road; thence northerly along Pine Glen Road to McAllister Road; thence easterly along McAllister Road to its most southeasterly corner; thence easterly along the production of said road to the New Brunswick Power Corporation transmission line; thence generally northerly along said line and its production to the rear baseline of the lots fronting on the western right-of-way of Point Park Drive; thence northerly along said rear baseline and its production to the Petitcodiac River; thence southwesterly along said river to the point of commencement;
  • (b) the County of Kings, excepting:
    • (i) the towns of Grand Bay–Westfield and Rothesay;
    • (ii) the parishes of Greenwich and Kars;
    • (iii) the Parish of Springfield, excepting that part of the Village of Norton lying within said parish;
    • (iv) that part of the Parish of Westfield lying northerly and westerly of the Saint John River;
  • (c) that part of the County of Queens consisting of:
    • (i) the Village of Chipman;
    • (ii) the parishes of Brunswick, Chipman and Waterborough;
    • (iii) the Parish of Canning, excepting that part of the Village of Minto lying within said parish;
  • (d) that part of the County of Saint John consisting of:
    • (i) the Village of St. Martins;
    • (ii) the Parish of Saint Martins; and
  • (e) that part of the County of Westmorland consisting of:
    • (i) the villages of Petitcodiac and Salisbury;
    • (ii) the Parish of Salisbury.


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