Government of New Brunswick

In June 1976, the Legislative Assembly of New Brunswick adopted the New Brunswick Day Act, making the first Monday in August the provincial holiday. In 1989, the Department of Tourism, Recreation and Heritage was made responsible for organizing New Brunswick Day. At that time, New Brunswick Day had little purpose, other than allowing New Brunswickers to benefit from an extra holiday.

 

 

NB Day Locations

2020: Virtual Celebration (due to COVID-19)
2019:
Pokemouche
2018:
Fredericton
2017: Edmundston
2016: St. Stephen
2015: Hartland
2014: Cocagne
2013: Blackville
2012: Saint-André
2011: Quispamsis

2010: Richibucto
2009: 
McAdam
2008: 
Shediac
2007: 
Rexton
2006:
 Oromocto
2005: Stanley
2004: Tracadie-Sheila
2003: St-Andrews
2002: Charlo
2001: St. Martins
2000: Fredericton

1999: Petitcodiac
1998: 
Cap-Pelé
1997:
Sackville
1996: Grand Falls
1995: Richibucto
1994: Woodstock
1993: Edmundston
1992: Campbellton
1991: Saint John
1990: Miramichi