Dalhousie Dalhousie, New Brunswick, Canada


Dalhousie is a New Brunswick town and is the most northern point in New Brunswick. It is located in Restigouche County, and faces Miguasha, Quebec on the Gaspé Peninsula to the north. The city of Campbellton is west 20 km (12 mi) upriver and approximately 80 km (50 mi) southeast along the shore of Chaleur Bay is  Bathurst.


The area is rich in natural resources and is surrounded by salt water and fresh water, that are home to many different animals of wildlife, unique birds, and fish.


The town was first settled by the Scottish in 1827. The Eel River Bar First Nation, adjacent to Dalhousie, is home to many Micmac natives, who were the original residents of the region.


In 1905 Dalhousie was officially incorporated.


Dalhousie, New Brunswick, Canada

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