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Village of Riverside-Albert
Village
Former train station in Riverside-Albert
Former train station in Riverside-Albert
Village of Riverside-Albert is located in New Brunswick
Village of Riverside-Albert
Village of Riverside-Albert
Location of Riverside-Albert, New Brunswick
Coordinates: 45°45′5.1″N 64°43′3.6″W / 45.751417°N 64.717667°W / 45.751417; -64.717667Coordinates: 45°45′5.1″N 64°43′3.6″W / 45.751417°N 64.717667°W / 45.751417; -64.717667
Country  Canada
Province  New Brunswick
County Albert County
Parish Harvey Parish
Government
 • Type Village council
 • Mayor Dale Elliott
 • Deputy Mayor John Lefrancois
Area
 • Land 5.74 km2 (2.22 sq mi)
Population (2011)
 • Total 320
 • Density 203.3/km2 (527/sq mi)
 • Change 2006-11 Decrease4.3%
Time zone Atlantic (UTC-4)
 • Summer (DST) Atlantic (UTC-3)
Area code(s) Area code 506
Website http://www.riverside-albert.ca

Riverside-Albert (2006 pop.: 320) is a Canadian village in Albert County, New Brunswick.

The village is composed of two separate communities, Riverside and Albert, which were amalgamated into a single municipality in 1966.

Riverside-Albert is located on the Shepody River at the edge of the Shepody Marsh. The community of Harvey is located nearby. It is approximately halfway between two major tourist destinations: Fundy National Park and the Hopewell Rocks.

The Trans Canada Trail passes through Riverside-Albert.[1]

History[edit]

Notable people[edit]

Notable residents have included Abner Reid McClelan and Roscoe Fillmore.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Sentier NB Trails



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