List of local service districts in New Brunswick

The Canadian province of New Brunswick contains numerous local service districts.[1]

List of service districts

Denotes local service districts known to have an advisory council or to have had one since 2000
Current local service districts, as of 1 July 2017
Official name[lower-alpha 1] County Parish Established
Aberdeenthe parish of Aberdeen Carleton 1966-11-23[2]
Acadievillethe parish of Acadieville Kent 1966-11-23[2]
Addingtonthe parish of Addington Restigouche 1966-11-23[2]
Aldouane Kent Saint-Charles 1980-09-24[3]
Allardville Gloucester Allardville
Bathurst
1999-10-14[4]
Almathe parish of Alma Albert 1973-11-01[5]
Alnwickthe parish of Alnwick Northumberland 1968-06-27[6]
Andoverthe parish of Andover Victoria 1966-11-23[2]
Anse-Bleue
(French: Anse Bleue)
Gloucester New Bandon 1968-07-17[7]
Baie du Petit Pokemouche Gloucester Shippegan 1980-09-16[8]
Baie Ste. Anne
(French: Baie-Sainte-Anne)
Northumberland Hardwicke 1967-12-06[9]
Baie-Verte Westmorland Westmorland 1974-09-11[10]
Balmoral Parishthe parish of Balmoral Restigouche 1966-11-23[2]
Balmoral Saint MaureBalmoral-St. Maure Restigouche Balmoral 1968-01-31[11]
Bathurstthe parish of Bathurst Gloucester 1969-09-24[12]
Bayfield Westmorland Botsford 1973-07-18[13]
Bayside Charlotte Saint Croix 1985-06-03[14]
Beaver Harbour Charlotte Pennfield 1971-02-17[15]
Benton Carleton,
York
Woodstock,
Canterbury[lower-alpha 2]
1967-10-30[16]
Beresfordthe parish of Beresford Gloucester 1969-09-24[12]
Big River Gloucester Bathurst 1989-12-22[17]
Black River-Hardwicke Northumberland Glenelg,
Hardwicke
1971-10-18[18]
Blackvillethe parish of Blackville Northumberland 1968-06-27[6]
Blair Athol Restigouche Balmoral 1983-11-28[19]
Blanchard Settlement Gloucester Caraquet 1987-08-04[20]
Blissfieldthe parish of Blissfield Northumberland 1968-06-27[6]
Blissvillethe parish of Blissville Sunbury 1966-11-23[2]
Botsfordthe parish of Botsford Westmorland 1966-11-23[2]
Brightthe parish of Bright York 1966-11-23[2]
Brightonthe parish of Brighton Carleton 1966-11-23[2]
Brunswickthe parish of Brunswick Queens 1968-06-27[6]
Burtonthe parish of Burton[lower-alpha 3] Sunbury 1966-11-23[2]
Cambridgethe parish of Cambridge Queens 1968-06-27[6]
Canningthe parish of Canning Queens 1966-11-23[2]
Canterburythe parish of Canterbury York 1966-11-23[2]
Cap-Bateau
(French: Cap-Bâteau)
Gloucester Shippegan 1987-04-21[21]
Cap-de-Richibouctou Kent Richibucto 1973-07-18[13]
Cape Tormentine
(French: Cap Tormentin)
Westmorland Botsford 1972-11-08[22]
Caraquetthe parish of Caraquet Gloucester 1968-06-27[6]
Cardwellthe parish of Cardwell Kings 1968-06-27[6]
Carletonthe parish of Carleton Kent 1966-11-23[2]
Chaleur Restigouche Colborne,
Durham
1996-12-10[23]
Chamcook Charlotte Saint Andrews 1997-07-29[24]
Chathamthe parish of Chatham Northumberland 1967-12-20[25]
Chiasson Savoy Gloucester Shippegan 1970-04-29[26]
Chipmanthe parish of Chipman Queens 1966-11-23[2]
Clarendonthe parish of Clarendon Charlotte 1975-01-15[27]
Coldstreamthe local service district of Coldstream Carleton Brighton 1970-10-14[28]
Collette Northumberland Rogersville 1983-12-20[29]
Coteau Road
(French: Chemin Coteau)
Gloucester Shippegan 1987-08-04[20]
Coverdalethe parish of Coverdale Albert 1966-11-23[2]
Dalhousiethe parish of Dalhousie Restigouche 1966-11-23[2]
Dalhousie Junction Restigouche Dalhousie 1968-06-19[30]
Debecthe Debec Consolidated School District
(French: le district scolaire consolidé de Debec)
Carleton Richmond,
Woodstock
1966-11-23[2]
Denmarkthe parish of Denmark Victoria 1966-11-23[2]
Dennis-Weston Charlotte Saint Stephen 1988-11-02[31]
Derbythe parish of Derby Northumberland 1967-12-20[25]
Dorchesterthe parish of Dorchester Westmorland 1966-11-23[2]
Douglasthe parish of Douglas York 1966-11-23[2]
Drummondthe parish of Drummond Victoria 1966-11-23[2]
Dufferinthe parish of Dufferin Charlotte 1969-02-19[32]
Dugas Gloucester New Bandon 1979-05-17[33]
Dumbartonthe parish of Dumbarton Charlotte 1969-02-19[32]
Dumfriesthe parish of Dumfries York 1966-11-23[2]
Dundasthe parish of Dundas Kent 1966-11-23[2]
Dunlop Gloucester Beresford,
Bathurst
1987-12-18[34]
Eldonthe parish of Eldon Restigouche 1966-11-23[2]
Elgin Albert Elgin 1968-02-07[35]
Elgin Parishthe parish of Elgin Albert 1966-11-23[2]
Escuminac Northumberland Hardwicke 1969-01-29[36]
Esteys BridgeEstey's Bridge York Douglas 1987-06-30[37]
EvangelineEvangéline
(French: Évangéline)
Gloucester Inkerman 1988-03-22[38]
Fair Isle Northumberland Alnwick 1987-04-21[21]
Fairfield Saint John Simonds 1974-10-09[39]
Flatlands Restigouche Addington,
Eldon
1966-11-23[2]
Fundy Baythe local service district of Fundy Bay Charlotte Saint George 1978-05-24[40]
Gladstonethe parish of Gladstone Sunbury 1966-11-23[2]
Glassville Carleton Aberdeen 1974-12-28[41]
Glencoe Restigouche Addington 1977-09-21[42]
Glenelgthe parish of Glenelg Northumberland 1967-12-20[25]
Gordonthe parish of Gordon Victoria 1966-11-23[2]
Grand DigueGrande-Digue Kent,
Westmorland
Dundas,
Shediac
1991-05-16[43]
Grand Fallsthe parish of Grand Falls
(French: la paroisse de Grand-Sault)
Victoria 1966-11-23[2]
Grand Saint AntoineGrand Saint-Antoine Kent Dundas,
Sainte-Marie,
Wellington[lower-alpha 2]
1981-09-17[44]
Greenwichthe parish of Greenwich Kings 1976-12-15[45]
Hammondthe parish of Hammond Kings 1968-06-27[6]
Hampstead Queens Hampstead 1981-12-17[46]
Hamptonthe parish of Hampton Kings 1968-06-27[6]
Harcourtthe parish of Harcourt Kent Harcourt,
Huskisson
1966-11-23[2]
Hardwickethe parish of Hardwicke Northumberland 1968-06-27[6]
Harveythe parish of Harvey Albert 1966-11-23[2]
Haut LamequeHaut-Lamèque Gloucester Shippegan 1977-05-18[47]
Haut ShippaganHaut-Shippagan Gloucester Shippegan 1988-03-22[48]
Havelockthe parish of Havelock Kings 1968-06-27[6]
Hillsboroughthe parish of Hillsborough Albert 1966-11-23[2]
Hopewellthe parish of Hopewell Albert 1966-11-23[2]
Inkerman Centre Gloucester Caraquet,
Inkerman
1970-02-25[49]
Johnstonthe parish of Johnston Queens 1968-06-27[6]
Karsthe parish of Kars Kings 1968-06-27[6]
Kentthe parish of Kent Carleton 1966-11-23[2]
Keswick Ridgethe local service district of Keswick Ridge York Bright 1974-02-27[50]
Kingsclearthe parish of Kingsclear York 1966-11-23[2]
Kingstonthe parish of Kingston Kings 1968-06-27[6]
Lakeville Carleton Wakefield,
Wilmot
1985-06-03[14]
Landry Office Gloucester Inkerman 1988-03-22[51]
Laplante Gloucester Beresford 1980-09-16[8]
Lepreauthe parish of Lepreau Charlotte 1970-06-03[52]
Lincolnthe parish of Lincoln Sunbury 1966-11-23[2]
Lorne Restigouche Colborne,
Durham
1994-09-16[53]
Lorne Parishthe parish of Lorne Victoria 1966-11-23[2]
Lower Newcastle RussellvilleLower Newcastle-Russellville Northumberland Newcastle 1989-09-01[54]
Madawaskathe parish of Madawaska Madawaska 1966-11-23[2]
Madran Gloucester Beresford 1991-05-07[55]
Maltempec Gloucester Inkerman 1987-08-04[20]
Mann Mountain Restigouche Eldon 1975-04-09[56]
Manners Suttonthe parish of Manners Sutton York 1966-11-23[2]
Maugervillethe parish of Maugerville Sunbury 1966-11-23[2]
McAdamthe parish of McAdam York 1973-11-01[5]
McLeods Restigouche Dalhousie 1969-09-03[57]
Miscou Island
(French: île de Miscou [sic])
Gloucester Shippegan 1980-09-16[8]
Monctonthe parish of Moncton Westmorland 1966-11-23[2]
Murray Corner Westmorland Botsford 1984-05-16[58]
Musquashthe parish of Musquash Saint John 1985-06-03[14]
Nelsonthe parish of Nelson Northumberland 1967-12-20[25]
New Bandonthe parish of New Bandon Gloucester 1969-09-24[12]
New Bandon-Salmon Beach Gloucester Bathurst,
New Bandon
1976-11-03[59]
New Marylandthe parish of New Maryland York 1966-11-23[2]
Newcastlethe parish of Newcastle Northumberland 1967-12-20[25]
Noonan Sunbury Maugerville 1988-03-22[60]
North Eskthe parish of North Esk Northumberland Northesk 1968-06-27[6]
North Lakethe parish of North Lake York 1966-11-23[2]
North Tetagouche Gloucester Bathurst 1987-04-21[21]
Northamptonthe parish of Northampton Carleton 1966-11-23[2]
Northfieldthe parish of Northfield Sunbury 1966-11-23[2]
Nortonthe parish of Norton Kings 1968-06-27[6]
Notre Dame de Lourdesthe parish of Notre-Dame-de-Lourdes Madawaska 1966-11-23[2]
Oak Point - Bartibog Bridge Northumberland Alnwick 1970-10-22[61]
Paquetvillethe parish of Paquetville Gloucester 1969-09-24[12]
Paroisse Notre Dame des Érablesthe Paroisse Notre-Dame-des-Érables Gloucester Paquetville
New Bandon
1986-01-10[62]
Peelthe parish of Peel Carleton 1966-11-23[2]
Pennfieldthe parish of Pennfield Charlotte 1970-06-03[52]
Perththe parish of Perth Victoria 1966-11-23[2]
Petersvillethe parish of Petersville Queens 1973-03-14[63]
Petit LamequePetite-Lamèque Gloucester Shippegan 1970-04-29[26]
Petit Rocher NordPetit-Rocher-Nord (Devereaux) Gloucester Beresford 1978-06-14[64]
Petit Rocher SudPetit-Rocher-Sud
(French: Petit-Rocher-sud)
Gloucester Beresford 1969-02-05[65]
Pigeon HillPigeon Hill Gloucester Shippegan 1987-08-04[20]
Point AlexandrePointe-Alexandre Gloucester Shippegan 1989-12-22[66]
Point CanotPointe-Canot Gloucester Shippegan 1987-04-21[67]
Point de ButePointe de Bute Westmorland Westmorland 1984-01-01[68]
Point du ChenePointe-du-Chêne Westmorland Shediac 1971-11-03[69]
Point La Nim
(French: Pointe La Nim)
Restigouche Dalhousie 1977-06-08[70]
Point SapinPointe-Sapin Kent Carleton 1970-05-06[71]
Point SauvagePointe-Sauvage (Indian Point) Gloucester Shippegan 1974-10-16[72]
Poirier Gloucester New Bandon 1987-04-21[21]
Pokemouche Gloucester Inkerman 1987-08-04[20]
Pokesudie Gloucester Caraquet 1988-03-22[73]
Prince Williamthe parish of Prince William York 1966-11-23[2]
Queensburythe parish of Queensbury York 1966-11-23[2]
Renous-Quarryville Northumberland Blackville,
Derby
1970-02-11[74]
Richibuctothe parish of Richibucto
(French: la paroisse de Richibouctou)
Kent 1966-11-23[2]
Richmondthe parish of Richmond Carleton 1966-11-23[2]
Riley Brook Victoria Lorne 1969-09-10[75]
Rivière Vertethe parish of Rivière-Verte Madawaska 1973-11-01[5]
Robertville Gloucester Beresford 1970-03-25[76]
Rogersvillethe parish of Rogersville Northumberland 1967-12-20[25]
Rothesaythe parish of Rothesay Kings 1968-06-27[6]
Rusagonis WaasisRusagonis-Waasis Sunbury Lincoln 1987-08-14[77]
Sackvillethe parish of Sackville Westmorland 1966-11-23[2]
Saint Annethe parish of Sainte-Anne Madawaska 1966-11-23[2]
Saint Anne de KentSainte-Anne-de-Kent Kent Richibucto,
Wellington
1971-11-24[78]
Saint Basilthe parish of Saint-Basile Madawaska 1966-11-23[2]
Saint CecileSte. Cecile
(French: Ste-Cécile)
Gloucester Shippegan 1972-12-13[79]
Saint Charlesthe parish of Saint-Charles Kent 1966-11-23[2]
Saint Croixthe parish of Saint Croix Charlotte 1970-06-03[52]
Saint Davidthe parish of Saint David Charlotte 1969-02-19[32]
Saint Georgethe parish of Saint George Charlotte 1970-06-03[52]
Saint IgnaceSaint-Ignace Kent Saint-Louis 1991-04-30[80]
Saint Isidorethe parish of Saint-Isidore Gloucester Saint-Isidore,
Paquetville
1968-06-27[6]
Saint Jacquesthe parish of Saint-Jacques Madawaska 1966-11-23[2]
Saint Jamesthe parish of Saint James Charlotte 1969-02-19[32]
Saint Jean Baptiste MennevalSt. Jean Baptiste – Menneval[lower-alpha 4] Restigouche Eldon 2019-06-01[81]
Saint Josephthe parish of Saint-Joseph Madawaska 1966-11-23[2]
Saint Leonardthe parish of Saint-Léonard Madawaska 1966-11-23[2]
Saint Louisthe parish of Saint-Louis Kent 1966-11-23[2]
Saint MargaretsSt. Margarets Northumberland Glenelg 1985-03-15[82]
Saint Martin de RestigoucheSt. Martin de Restigouche
(French: St-Martin-de-Restigouche)
Restigouche Saint-Quentin 1968-06-27[6]
Saint Martinsthe parish of Saint Martins Saint John 1966-11-23[2]
Saint Marythe parish of Saint Mary
(French: la paroisse de Sainte-Marie)
Kent Sainte-Marie 1966-11-23[2]
Saint Marysthe parish of Saint Marys York 1966-11-23[2]
Saint Patrickthe parish of Saint Patrick Charlotte 1970-06-03[52]
Saint Paul Parishthe parish of Saint-Paul Kent 1966-11-23[2]
Saint Quentinthe parish of Saint-Quentin Restigouche 1966-11-23[2]
Saint SauveurSaint-Sauveur Gloucester Allardville 1985-06-03[14]
Saint SimonSt. Simon
(French: St-Simon)
Gloucester Caraquet 1971-09-22[83]
Saint Stephenthe parish of Saint Stephen Charlotte 1969-02-19[32]
Salisburythe parish of Salisbury Westmorland 1966-11-23[2]
Scoudouc Westmorland Shediac,
Moncton
1987-11-30[84]
Scoudouc Road Westmorland Shediac 1987-08-04[20]
Shediacthe parish of Shediac Westmorland 1966-11-23[2]
Shediac Bridge-Shediac River
(French: Shediac Bridge – Shediac River)
Westmorland,
Kent
Shediac,
Dundas
1988-03-22[85]
Shediac Cape Westmorland Shediac 1987-04-21[21]
Sheffieldthe parish of Sheffield Sunbury 1966-11-23[2]
Shippeganthe parish of Shippegan Gloucester 1968-06-27[6]
Simonds (Carleton)the parish of Simonds Carleton 1966-11-23[2]
Simonds (Saint John)the parish of Simonds Saint John 1976-10-13[86]
Somerville Carleton Wakefield 1971-10-13[87]
South Eskthe parish of South Esk Northumberland Southesk 1968-06-27[6]
Southamptonthe parish of Southampton York 1966-11-23[2]
Springfieldthe parish of Springfield Kings 1968-06-27[6]
Stanleythe parish of Stanley York 1966-11-23[2]
Studholmthe parish of Studholm Kings 1968-06-27[6]
Sunny Corner Northumberland Northesk 1980-08-14[88]
Sussexthe parish of Sussex Kings 1968-06-27[6]
Tabusintac Northumberland Alnwick 1968-05-01[89]
Tremblay Gloucester Beresford 1972-08-16[90]
Uphamthe parish of Upham Kings 1967-07-01[91]
Upper and Lower Northampton Carleton Northampton 1987-08-04[20]
Upper Gagetown Queens Gagetown 1968-07-30[92]
Upper Kent
(French: Haut-Kent)
Carleton Kent 1968-06-27[6]
Wakefieldthe parish of Wakefield Carleton 1966-11-23[2]
Waterboroughthe parish of Waterborough Queens 1966-11-23[2]
Waterfordthe parish of Waterford Kings 1968-06-27[6]
Weldfordthe parish of Weldford Kent 1966-11-23[2]
Wellingtonthe parish of Wellington Kent 1966-11-23[2]
West Islesthe parish of West Isles Charlotte 1970-06-03[52]
Western Charlotte Charlotte Saint James,
Saint Stephen
1988-11-02[93]
Westfieldthe parish of Westfield[lower-alpha 5] Kings 1972-12-13[79]
Westmorlandthe parish of Westmorland Westmorland 1966-11-23[2]
White Head Island Charlotte Grand Manan 1979-10-17[94]
Whites BrookWhite's Brook Restigouche Eldon,
Grimmer
1986-03-14[95]
Wickhamthe parish of Wickham Queens 1968-06-27[6]
Wicklowthe parish of Wicklow Carleton 1966-11-23[2]
Wilmotthe parish of Wilmot Carleton 1966-11-23[2]
Wirral-Enniskillen Queens Petersville 1968-02-29[96]
Woodstockthe parish of Woodstock Carleton Richmond,[lower-alpha 6] Woodstock 1966-11-23[2]

Former local service districts

Former local service districts, as of 1 July 2017
Official name[lower-alpha 1] County Parish Established Repealed Current status
Allardville Parishthe parish of Allardville Gloucester 1969-09-24[12] 1999-10-14[4] part of LSD Allardville
Allardville CentreAllardville Centre
(French: Allardville-centre)
Gloucester Allardville 1970-11-24[97] 1999-10-14[4] part of LSD Allardville
Armstrong BrookArmstrong Brook Restigouche Durham 1985-06-03[14] 1994-01-01[98] annexed by Belledune
Baker Brookthe parish of Baker Brook Madawaska 1966-11-23[2] 2017-07-01[99] part of rural community of Haut-Madawaska
Barsa SubdivisionBarsa Subdivision
(French: lotissement Barsa)
Kings Rothesay 1973-10-10[100] 1998-01-01[101] annexed by Rothesay
BenoitBenoit Gloucester Saumarez 1985-03-15[82] 2014-07-01[102] part of Tracadie
Boudreau WestBoudreau West
(French: Boudreau ouest)
Westmorland Shediac 1989-09-07[103] 1995-05-08[104] part of Beaubassin East
BrantvilleBrantville Northumberland Alnwick 1984-01-01[105] 2014-07-01[102] part of Tracadie
Breau CreekBreau Creek Westmorland Dorchester 1978-09-06[106] 1995-05-08[104] annexed by Memramcook
Campobellothe parish of Campobello Charlotte 1969-02-19[32] 2010-08-31[107] incorporated as rural community of Campobello Island
Canning SchoolSchool district No. 9 in the parish of Canning Queens Canning 1966-11-23[2] 1967-12-20[25] annexed by Minto
Castaliathe local service district of Castalia Charlotte Grand Manan 1969-01-15[108] 1995-05-08[104] annexed by Grand Manan
Chatham HeadChatham Head Northumberland Chatham 1973-08-15[109] 1995-01-01[110] annexed by Miramichi
Clairthe parish of Clair Madawaska 1966-11-23[2] 2017-07-01[99] part of Haut-Madawaska
CocagneCocagne Kent Dundas,
Wellington[lower-alpha 2]
1988-03-22[111] 2014-05-23[112] incorporated as rural community
Colbornethe parish of Colborne Restigouche 1973-11-01[5] 1996-12-10[23] part of LSD Chaleur
Cormiers CoveCormier's Cove
(French: Cormier Cove)
Westmorland Dorchester 1980-10-23[113] 1995-05-08[104] annexed by Memramcook
DarlingtonDarlington Restigouche Dalhousie 1966-11-23[2] 1977-06-08[70] incorporated as a village, later annexed by Dalhousie
DouglasfieldDouglasfield Northumberland Chatham,
Glenelg
1975-05-07[114] 1995-01-01[110] annexed by Miramichi
Dover Fox CreekDover-Fox Creek Westmorland Dorchester,
Moncton
1972-08-30[115] 1973-07-09[116] annexed by Dieppe
DundeeDundee Restigouche Dalhousie 1968-01-31[11] 2015-09-01[117] annexed by Eel River Crossing
Durhamthe parish of Durham Restigouche 1966-11-23[2] 1996-12-10[23] part of LSD Chaleur
Garden CreekGarden Creek York Kingsclear 1966-11-23[2] 1973-11-01[5] part annexed by Fredericton, remainder added to LSD the parish of Kingsclear; part later included in LSD Hanwell
Gauvreau Petit TracadieGauvreau-Petit Tracadie Gloucester Saumarez 1989-09-07[118] 2014-07-01[102] part of Tracadie
Grand BarachoisGrand Barachois Westmorland Shediac 1990-06-29[119] 1995-05-08[104] part of Beaubassin East
Grimmerthe parish of Grimmer Restigouche 1966-11-23[2] 2012-07-01[120] merged with village of Kedgwick to form rural community of that name
Hanwellthe local service district of Hanwell York Kingsclear 1974-11-20[121] 2014-05-23[122] incorporated as rural community
Haut AboujaganeHaute-Aboujagane Westmorland Shediac 1986-01-10[62] 1995-05-08[104] part of Beaubassin East
Haut Point VerteHaut Pointe Verte Gloucester Beresford 1971-11-24[78] 1977-08-10[123] annexed by Pointe-Verte
Haut SheilaHaut-Sheila Gloucester Saumarez 1983-11-28[124] 2014-07-01[102] part of Tracadie
Inkermanthe parish of Inkerman Gloucester 1968-06-27[6] 2014-07-01[102] part of Tracadie
Lac Bakerthe parish of Lac Baker Madawaska 1966-11-23[2] 2017-07-01[99] part of Haut-Madawaska
LaHetriere McGinley CornerLa Hêtrière-McGinley Corner Westmorland Dorchester 1974-04-24[125] 1995-05-08[104] annexed by Memramcook
LakeviewLakeview Westmorland Sackville 1968-11-27[126] 1978-09-06[106] annexed by Sackville
LeechLeech Gloucester Saumarez 1987-04-21[21] 2014-07-01[102] part of Tracadie
LeGouletLeGoulet Gloucester Shippegan 1967-08-30[127] 1986-05-12[128] most incorporated as village of Le Goulet; excluded areas now part of LSD Baie du Petit Pokemouche[lower-alpha 7] and LSD the parish of Shippegan
LudlowParish of Ludlow Northumberland Ludlow 1968-06-27[6] 1971-03-10[129] included in LSD Upper Miramichi, which later became a rural community
MaisonnetteMaisonnette Gloucester New Bandon 1967-07-01[91] 1986-05-12[130] incorporated as a village
MemramcookMemramcook Westmorland Dorchester 1978-09-06[131] 1995-05-08[104] annexed by village of same name
Memramcook EastMemramcook East
(French: Memramcook-est)
Westmorland Dorchester 1979-10-11[132] 1995-05-08[104] annexed by Memramcook
Menneval Restigouche Eldon 1986-01-10[62] 2019-06-01[81] part of St. Jean Baptiste – Menneval
MoorefieldMoorefield Northumberland Newcastle 1989-09-01[133] 1995-01-01[110] annexed by Miramichi
Nash CreekNash Creek Restigouche Durham 1968-07-17[7] 1996-12-10[23] part of LSD Chaleur
NashwaakNashwaak York Saint Marys 1969-12-17[134] 1987-08-14[135] returned to LSD the parish of Saint Marys
NordinNordin Northumberland Newcastle 1975-07-30[136] 1995-01-01[110] annexed by Miramichi
Pigeon Hill Coteau RoadPigeon Hill-Coteau Road
(French: Pigeon Hill-chemin Coteau)
Gloucester Shippegan 1971-04-14[137] 1987-08-04[20] split to form cores of LSD Pigeon Hill and LSD Coteau Road
Point a BouleauPointe-à-Bouleau Gloucester Saumarez 1988-04-19[138] 2014-07-01[102] part of Tracadie
Point Verte SudPoint Verte Sud Gloucester Beresford 1973-03-14[63] 1977-08-10[123] annexed by Pointe-Verte
Pont LaFrancePont LaFrance Gloucester Saumarez 1982-04-01[139] 2014-07-01[102] part of Tracadie
Pont LandryPont Landry Gloucester Inkerman,
Saint-Isidore,
Saumarez
1986-01-10[62] 2014-07-01[102] part of Tracadie
Portage de ShippeganPortage-de-Shippegan
(French: Portage de Shippagan)
Gloucester Shippegan 1979-05-03[140] 2001-10-01[141] annexed by Shippagan
Portage River Tracadie BeachPortage River-Tracadie Beach
(French: Rivière-du-Portage-Tracadie Beach)
Northumberland,
Gloucester
Alnwick,
Saumarez
1979-08-16[142] 2014-07-01[102] part of Tracadie
Pre den HautPré-d'en-Haut Westmorland Dorchester 1969-09-24[12] 1995-05-08[104] annexed by Memramcook
RichardsvilleRichardsville Restigouche Dalhousie 1966-11-23[2] 1980-10-23[143] annexed by Campbellton
Riviere a la TruiteRivière à la Truite Gloucester Saumarez 1989-09-07[144] 2014-07-01[102] part of Tracadie
Saint Andrethe parish of Saint-André Madawaska 1966-11-23[2] 2006-07-31[145] merged with village of St. André to form rural community of Saint-André
Saint André and LeBlanc OfficeSaint-André & LeBlanc Office
(French: Saint-André & Leblanc Office)
Westmorland Shediac,
Botsford,
Sackville
1987-11-30[84] 1995-05-08[104] part of Beaubassin East
Saint Andrewsthe parish of Saint Andrews Charlotte 1970-06-03[52] 1997-07-29[24] replaced by LSD Chamcook
Saint ArthurSt. Arthur
(French: St-Arthur)
Restigouche Addington 1970-08-12[146] 2015-07-01[147] annexed by Atholville
Saint Francoisthe parish of Saint-François Madawaska 1966-11-23[2] 2017-07-01[99] part of Haut-Madawaska
Saint Hilairethe parish of Saint-Hilaire Madawaska 1966-11-23[2] 2017-07-01[99] part of Haut-Madawaska
Saint Irénée and AlderwoodSaint Irénée and Alderwood
(French: Saint Irénée et Alderwood)
Gloucester Saumarez 1987-04-21[21] 2014-07-01[102] part of Tracadie
Saint Isidore CentreSt. Isidore Centre
(French: St-Isidore-centre)
Gloucester Saint-Isidore 1970-06-24[148] 1991-06-01[149] incorporated as core of village of Saint-Isidore
Saint Jean Baptiste de RestigoucheSt. Jean Baptiste de Restigouche
(French: Saint-Jean-Baptiste-de-Restigouche)
Restigouche Eldon 1966-11-23[2] 2019-06-01[81] part of St. Jean Baptiste – Menneval
Saint LeolinSt. Leolin Gloucester New Bandon 1969-12-17[134] 1978-06-14[64] incorporated as village of Saint-Léolin
Saint PaulSt. Paul
(French: St-Paul)
Gloucester New Bandon 1977-06-22[150] 1990-01-01[151] annexed by Grande-Anse[lower-alpha 8]
Saint PonsSaint-Pons Gloucester Saumarez 1985-03-15[82] 2014-07-01[102] part of Tracadie
Saint Raphael sur MerSt. Raphael sur-Mer
(French: St-Raphaël-Sur-Mer)
Gloucester Shippegan 1970-03-25[76] 1986-05-12[152] most incorporated as core of Sainte-Marie-Saint-Raphaël; remainder later returned to LSD the parish of Shippegan, then separated as LSD Cap-Bateau
Saint RoseSainte-Rose Gloucester Inkerman,
Paquetville,
Saint-Isidore
1988-07-12[153] 2014-07-01[102] part of Tracadie
SaumarezSaumarez Gloucester Saumarez 1987-04-21[21] 2014-07-01[102] part of Tracadie
Saumarez Parishthe local service district of the Parish of Saumarez
(French: la paroisse de Saumarez)
Gloucester 1968-06-27[6] 2014-07-01[102] part of Tracadie
Shediac RoadShediac Road
(French: Chemin Shédiac)
Westmorland Dorchester 1980-10-23[154] 1995-05-08[104] annexed by Memramcook
SheilaSheila Gloucester Saumarez 1970-09-02[155] 1978-08-16[156] incorporated as a village; now part of Tracadie
SilverwoodSilverwood York Kingsclear 1968-01-31[11] 1968-09-18[157] incorporated as village of Springhill; now part of Fredericton
Upper Miramichithe local service district of Upper Miramichi Northumberland,
York
Ludlow,
Stanley
1971-03-10[129] 2008-03-17[158] incorporated as rural community
Upper Portage RiverUpper Portage River (Haut-Rivière-du-Portage) Northumberland Alnwick 1971-12-15[159] 2014-07-01[102] part of Tracadie
Val ComeauVal-Comeau
(French: Val- Comeau [sic])
Gloucester,
Northumberland
Saumarez,
Alnwick
1985-03-15[82] 2014-07-01[102] part of Tracadie
Val DAmoursVal D'Amours Restigouche Addington,
Balmoral,
Dalhousie
1980-10-09[160] 2015-07-01[147] annexed by Atholville
VerretVerret Madawaska Madawaska 1967-07-07[161] 1978-06-21[162] incorporated as a village; now part of Edmundston
Woodwards Covethe local service district of Woodwards Cove Charlotte Grand Manan 1967-04-17[163] 1995-05-08[104] annexed by Grand Manan

Special services areas

The following are areas within local service districts that receive special services.

Notes

  1. French names usually differ only in using "la paroisse de" instead of "the parish of"; other differences are noted. Spellings used are those in Regulation 84-168; these sometimes vary from the spellings used in other Acts and Regulations or colloquial usage.
  2. Extension into this county or parish not explicitly stated.
  3. Burton's LSDAC calls itself the Burton-Greater Geary Local Service District Advisory Committee
  4. Menneval and St. Jean Baptiste de Restigouche formed a joint advisory council five years before their legal merger.
  5. The advisory committee for the parish of Westfield is often referred to as serving Westfield West; it is unclear if there is a separate Westfield East committee serving the Kingston Peninsula and Kennebecasis Island portions of the parish.
  6. The extension of the parish of Woodstock into Richmond Parish occurred when the town of Woodstock was enlarged and the boundary description of the parish of Woodstock was replaced by a map that shows ignorance of the southern boundary between Richmond Parish and Woodstock Parish; this is not the first time an error has occurred when a map replaced a written boundary description in an amendment of Regulation 84-168
  7. When Baie du Petit Pokemouche was established its eastern boundary overlapped with LeGoulet. When LeGoulet was incorporated as a village its western boundary was updated, leaving a small gore out of both. The map released for the Shippagan-Sur-Mer in 2012 finally clarified the east boundary of Baie du Petit Pokemouche.
  8. Conversion between imperial and metric measure when boundary descriptions were updated might leave a narrow strip between Saint-Léolin and Grande-Anse.
  9. Area with reduced services.
  10. Boundaries extend into the parish of Salisbury
  11. Boundaries extend into the parish of Dundas.

References

  1. "Local Service Districts Regulation - Municipalities Act". Government of New Brunswick. Retrieved 2011-12-15.
  2. "Regulation 66-41 under the Municipalities Act (O. C. 66-965)". The Royal Gazette. Fredericton, NB, Canada. 124: 604–605. December 21, 1966. Filed November 23, 1966.
  3. Regulation 80-120 (O.C. 80-792), issued and filed 1980-09-24. Aldouane established.
  4. Regulation 99-54 (O.C. 99-521), issued 1999-1999-09-23, filed 1999-10-14. Allardville established by merging the parish of Allardville, Allardville Centre, and Allardville Nord service area in the parish of Bathurst.
  5. Regulation 73-122 (O.C. 73-846), filed 1973-10-17, effective 1973-11-01. Twenty paragraphs added, repealed, or altered to reflect municipal reorganisations; Alma, Colborne, McAdam, and Rivière-Verte parish LSDs established; Garden Creek disestablished.
  6. "Regulation 68-64 under the Municipalities Act (O. C. 68-592)". The Royal Gazette. Fredericton, NB, Canada. 126: 407–408. July 24, 1968. Filed June 27, 1968.
  7. "Regulation 68-70 under the Municipalities Act (O. C. 68-657)". The Royal Gazette. Fredericton, NB, Canada. 126: 418. July 31, 1968. Filed July 17, 1968.
  8. Regulation 80-116 (O.C. 80-765), issued and filed 1980-09-16. Baie du Petit Pokemouche, Laplante, and Miscou Island established.
  9. "Regulation 67-124 under the Municipalities Act (O. C. 67-1148)". The Royal Gazette. Fredericton, NB, Canada. 125: 639–640. December 20, 1967. Filed December 6, 1967.
  10. Regulation 74-126 (O.C. 74-774), filed 1974-09-11. Baie-Verte established.
  11. "Regulation 68-8 under the Municipalities Act (O. C. 68-101)". The Royal Gazette. Fredericton, NB, Canada. 126: 92–93. February 21, 1968. Filed January 31, 1968.
  12. "Regulation 69-95 under the Municipalities Act (O. C. 69-986)". The Royal Gazette. Fredericton, NB, Canada. 127: 599. October 8, 1969. Filed September 24, 1969.
  13. Regulation 73-79 (O.C. 73-593), filed 1973-07-18. Bayfield and Cap-de-Richibouctou established.
  14. Regulation 85-103 (O.C. 85-419), issued 1985-05-23, filed 1985-06-03. Five LSDs and two service areas established; style of seven LSDs in Charlotte County modernized; services added to three LSDs and parts of two others.
  15. "Regulation 71-17 under the Municipalities Act (O. C. 71-127)". The Royal Gazette. Fredericton, NB, Canada. 129: 154. March 3, 1971. Filed February 17, 1971.
  16. "Regulation 67-112 under the Municipalities Act (O. C. 67-1058)". The Royal Gazette. Fredericton, NB, Canada. 125: 597. November 22, 1967. Effective October 30, 1967.
  17. Regulation 89-195 (O.C. 89-1001), issued 1989-12-21, filed 1989-12-22. Little River established.
  18. "Regulation 71-103 under the Municipalities Act (O. C. 71-708)". The Royal Gazette. Fredericton, NB, Canada. 129: 737–738. October 27, 1971. Filed October 18, 1971.
  19. Regulation 83-193 (O.C. 83-977), issued 1983-11-10, filed 1983-11-28. Blair Athol established.
  20. Regulation 87-104 (O.C. 87-642), issued 1987-07-22, filed 1987-08-04. Five LSDs established and one split in three counties, boundaries of two others changed; street lighting added to parts of the parish of Bathurst and the parish of Beresford.
  21. Regulation 87-42 (O.C. 86-278), issued 1987-04-09, filed 1987-04-21. Eight LSDs established; Inkerman Centre enlarged; various services added to five LSDs and parts of two others.
  22. Regulation 72-139 (O.C. 72-869), filed 1972-11-08. Cape Tormentine established.
  23. Regulation 96-116 (O.C. 96-1089), issued 1996-12-03, filed 1996-12-10. Chaleur established by merging the parish of Colborne, the parish of Durham, and Nash Creek.
  24. Regulation 97-94 (O.C. 97-606), issued 1997-07-16, filed 1997-07-29. The parish of Saint Andrews replaced by Chamcook.
  25. "Regulation 67-130 under the Municipalities Act (O. C. 67-1196)". The Royal Gazette. Fredericton, NB, Canada. 126: 10–11. January 3, 1968. Filed December 20, 1967.
  26. "Regulation 70-54 under the Municipalities Act (O. C. 70-311)". The Royal Gazette. Fredericton, NB, Canada. 128: 278–279. May 13, 1970. Filed April 29, 1970.
  27. Regulation 75-4 (O.C. 75-33), filed 1975-01-15. Parish of Clarendon established; first aid and ambulance services added to five other LSDs in Charlotte County.
  28. "Regulation 70-97 under the Municipalities Act (O. C. 70-715)". The Royal Gazette. Fredericton, NB, Canada. 128: 585. October 28, 1970. Filed October 14, 1970.
  29. Regulation 83-229 (O.C. 83-1071), issued 1983-12-14, filed 1983-12-20. Collette established.
  30. "Regulation 68-62 under the Municipalities Act (O. C. 68-552)". The Royal Gazette. Fredericton, NB, Canada. 126: 378. July 3, 1968. Filed June 19, 1968.
  31. Regulation 88-227 (O.C. 88-938), issued 1988-10-20, filed 1988-11-02. Dennis-Weston established.
  32. "Regulation 69-17 under the Municipalities Act (O. C. 69-161)". The Royal Gazette. Fredericton, NB, Canada. 127: 149. March 12, 1969. Filed February 19, 1969.
  33. Regulation 79-91 (O.C. 79-383), filed 1979-05-17. Dugas established.
  34. Regulation 87-170 (O.C. 87-1074), issued 1987-1987-12-17, filed 1987-12-18. Dunlop established; North Tetagouche reduced.
  35. "Regulation 68-11 under the Municipalities Act (O. C. 68-110)". The Royal Gazette. Fredericton, NB, Canada. 126: 103. February 28, 1968. Filed February 7, 1968.
  36. "Regulation 69-5 under the Municipalities Act (O. C. 69-77)". The Royal Gazette. Fredericton, NB, Canada. 127: 87. February 12, 1969. Filed January 29, 1969.
  37. Regulation 87-89 (O.C. 87-564), issued 1987-06-25, filed 1987-06-30. Estey's Bridge established.
  38. Regulation 88-43 (O.C. 88-179), issued 1988-03-10, filed 1988-03-22. Evangéline established.
  39. Regulation 74-141 (O.C. 74-866), filed 1974-10-09. Fairfield established, services added to Richardsville.
  40. Regulation 78-63 (O.C. 78-430), issued and filed 1978-05-24. Fundy Bay established.
  41. Regulation 74-222 (O.C. 74-1063), filed 1974-12-18. Glassville established.
  42. Regulation 77-101 (O.C. 77-777), issued and filed 1977-09-21. Glencoe established.
  43. Regulation 91-98 (O.C. 91-398), issued 1991-05-16, filed 1991-05-16. Grande-Digue established.
  44. Regulation 81-151 (O.C. 81-735), issued and filed 19891-09-17. Grand Saint-Antoine established; boundary description taken from boundaries of village of Saint-Antoine in 1976, even repeating the typos.
  45. Regulation 76-166 (O.C. 76-922), issued and filed 1976-12-15. The parish of Greenwich established.
  46. Regulation 81-211 (O.C. 81-1027), issued and filed 1981-12-17. Hampstead established.
  47. Regulation 77-48 (O.C. 77-373), issued and filed 1977-05-18. Haut-Lamèque established.
  48. Regulation 88-44 (O.C. 88-115), issued 1988-02-04, filed 1988-03-22. Haut-Shippagan established.
  49. "Regulation 70-28 under the Municipalities Act (O. C. 70-157)". The Royal Gazette. Fredericton, NB, Canada. 128: 142. March 11, 1970. Filed February 25, 1970.
  50. Regulation 74-24 (O.C. 74-197), filed 1974-02-27. Keswick Ridge established.
  51. Regulation 88-41 (O.C. 88-118), issued 1988-02-04, filed 1988-03-22. Landry Office established; Pokemouche boundary clarified.
  52. "Regulation 70-63 under the Municipalities Act (O. C. 70-385)". The Royal Gazette. Fredericton, NB, Canada. 128: 343–344. June 17, 1970. Filed June 3, 1970.
  53. Regulation 94-119 (O.C. 94-642), issued 1994-09-15, filed 1994-09-16. Lorne established.
  54. Regulation 89-118 (O.C. 89-650), issued 1989-08-17, filed 1989-09-01. Ferry Road – Russellville established.
  55. Regulation 91-85 (O.C. 91-351), issued 1991-05-02, filed 1991-05-07. Madran established.
  56. Regulation 75-29 (O.C. 75-241), filed 1975-04-09. Mann Mountain established, then called Mann's Mountain.
  57. "Regulation 69-87 under the Municipalities Act (O. C. 69-902)". The Royal Gazette. Fredericton, NB, Canada. 127: 554. September 17, 1969. Filed September 3, 1969.
  58. Regulation 84-99 (O.C. 84-374), issued 1984-05-03, filed 1984-05-16. Murray Corner established; various services to three LSDs.
  59. Regulation 76-144 (O.C. 76-815), issued and filed 1976-11-03. New Bandon-Salmon Beach established.
  60. Regulation 88-46 (O.C. 88-120), issued 1988-02-04, filed 1988-03-22. Noonan established.
  61. "Regulation 70-101 under the Municipalities Act (O. C. 70-740)". The Royal Gazette. Fredericton, NB, Canada. 128: 600–601. November 4, 1970. Filed October 22, 1970.
  62. Regulation 86-1 (O.C. 85-915), issued 1986-01-09, filed 1986-01-10. Haute-Aboujagane, Menneval, the Paroisse Notre-Dame-des-Érables, and Pont Landry established; street lighting added to Point La Nim and part of Hanwell.
  63. Regulation 73-34 (O.C. 73-210), filed 1973-03-14. The parish of Petersville and Point Verte Sud established; various services added to seven LSDs in four counties.
  64. Regulation 78-76 (O.C. 78-514), issued and filed 1978-06-14. Petit-Rocher-Nord (Devereaux) established, St. Leolin paragraph repealed.
  65. "Regulation 69-9 under the Municipalities Act (O. C. 69-108)". The Royal Gazette. Fredericton, NB, Canada. 127: 117. February 26, 1969. Filed February 5, 1969.
  66. Regulation 89-194 (O.C. 89-1000), issued 1989-12-21, filed 1989-12-22. Pointe-Alexandre established.
  67. Regulation 87-43 (O.C. 87-279), issued 1987-04-09, filed 1987-04-21. Pointe-Canot established.
  68. Regulation 83-194 (O.C. 83-978), issued 1983-11-10, filed 1983-11-28, effective 1984-01-01. Pointe de Bute established.
  69. "Regulation 71-108 under the Municipalities Act (O. C. 71-752)". The Royal Gazette. Fredericton, NB, Canada. 129: 784. November 17, 1971. Filed November 3, 1971.
  70. Regulation 77-59 (O.C. 77-438), issued and filed 1977-06-08. Point La Nim established, Darlington paragraph repealed.
  71. "Regulation 70-55 under the Municipalities Act (O. C. 70-325)". The Royal Gazette. Fredericton, NB, Canada. 128: 290. May 20, 1970. Filed May 6, 1970.
  72. Regulation 74-142 (O.C. 74-893), filed 1974-10-16. Pointe-Sauvage (Indian Point) established.
  73. Regulation 88-42 (O.C. 88-116), issued 1988-02-04, filed 1988-03-22. Pokesudie established.
  74. "Regulation 70-18 under the Municipalities Act (O. C. 70-112)". The Royal Gazette. Fredericton, NB, Canada. 128: 100–101. February 18, 1970. Filed February 11, 1970.
  75. "Regulation 69-90 under the Municipalities Act (O. C. 69-935)". The Royal Gazette. Fredericton, NB, Canada. 127: 571. September 24, 1969. Filed September 10, 1969.
  76. "Regulation 70-35 under the Municipalities Act (O. C. 70-222)". The Royal Gazette. Fredericton, NB, Canada. 128: 195–196. April 8, 1970. Filed March 25, 1970.
  77. Regulation 87-112 (O.C. 87-702), issued 1987-08-05, filed 1987-08-14. Rusagonis-Waasis established.
  78. "Regulation 71-117 under the Municipalities Act (O. C. 71-807)". The Royal Gazette. Fredericton, NB, Canada. 129: 849–850. December 8, 1971. Filed November 24, 1971.
  79. Regulation 72-155 (O.C. 72-973), filed 1972-12-13. Ste. Cecile and Westfield established, services added to Debec and Flatlands.
  80. Regulation 91-82 (O.C. 91-334), issued 1991-04-25, filed 1991-04-30. Saint-Ignace established.
  81. "New Brunswick Regulation 2019-11" (PDF). The Royal Gazette. 177: 771–772. June 19, 2019. ISSN 1714-9428. Retrieved 26 November 2019.
  82. Regulation 85-40 (O.C. 85-170), issued 1985-03-07, filed 1985-03-15. Benoit, St. Margarets, Saint-Pons, Val-Comeau established; recreational facilities added to the parish of Baker Brook; first aid and ambulance services added to the parish of Saint-André.
  83. "Regulation 71-97 under the Municipalities Act (O. C. 71-647)". The Royal Gazette. Fredericton, NB, Canada. 129: 678. September 29, 1971. Filed September 22, 1971.
  84. Regulation 87-161 (O.C. 87-1005), issued 1987-11-19, filed 1987-11-30. Saint-André & LeBlanc Office, Scoudouc established.
  85. Regulation 88-47 (O.C. 88-121), issued 1988-02-04, filed 1988-03-22. Shediac Bridge-Shediac River established.
  86. Regulation 76-137 (O.C. 76-751), issue and filed 1976-10-13. Parish of Simonds established.
  87. "Regulation 71-101 under the Municipalities Act (O. C. 71-690)". The Royal Gazette. Fredericton, NB, Canada. 129: 736–737. October 27, 1971. Filed October 13, 1971.
  88. Regulation 80-96 (O.C. 80-638), issued and filed 1980-08-14. Sunny Corner established.
  89. "Regulation 68-44 under the Municipalities Act (O. C. 68-376)". The Royal Gazette. Fredericton, NB, Canada. 126: 267–269. May 15, 1968. Filed May 1, 1968.
  90. Regulation 72-108 (O.C. 72-630), filed 1972-08-16. Tremblay established.
  91. "Regulation 67-66 under the Municipalities Act (O. C. 67-587)". The Royal Gazette. Fredericton, NB, Canada. 125: 398. July 19, 1967. Effective July 1, 1967. Corrected on page 515 of September 27 issue. Further corrected on page 620 of December 6 issue.
  92. "Regulation 68-78 under the Municipalities Act (O. C. 68-708)". The Royal Gazette. Fredericton, NB, Canada. 126: 437. August 14, 1968. Filed July 30, 1968.
  93. Regulation 88-228 (O.C. 88-937), issued 1988-10-20, filed 1988-11-02. Western Charlotte established.
  94. Regulation 79-158 (O.C. 79-895), issued and filed 1979-10-17. White Head Island established.
  95. Regulation 86-31 (O.C. 86-139), issued 1986-03-06, filed 1986-03-14. White's Brook established; Haut-Sheila enlarged; community services added to the parish of Kars and the parish of Springfield; street lighting added to part of the parish of Sainte-Anne.
  96. "Regulation 68-24 under the Municipalities Act (O. C. 68-180)". The Royal Gazette. Fredericton, NB, Canada. 126: 151. March 13, 1968. Filed February 29, 1968.
  97. "Regulation 70-114 under the Municipalities Act (O. C. 70-824)". The Royal Gazette. Fredericton, NB, Canada. 128: 656. December 2, 1970. Filed November 24, 1970.
  98. Regulation 94-3 (O.C. 94-13), issued 1994-01-13, filed 1994-01-14. Armstrong Brook paragraph repealed, Nash Creek reduced.
  99. Regulation 2017-3 (O.C. 2017-52) Rural Community of Haut-Madawaska Regulation – Municipalities Act, and Regulation 2017-5 (O.C. 2017-54) "The Royal Gazette" (PDF). Office of the Attorney General. Government of New Brunswick. 5 April 2017. pp. 385–391, 393. Retrieved 7 June 2017.
  100. Regulation 73-117 (O.C. 73-815), filed 1973-10-10. Barsa Subdivision established.
  101. Regulation 97-42 (O.C. 97-370), issued and filed 1997-05-01, effective 1998-05-01. Barsa Subdivision repealed, other descriptions changed or replaced to reflect amalgamations in Rothesay and Quispamsis areas.
  102. "New Brunswick Regulation 2014-35 under the Municipalities Act (O.C. 2014-86)" (PDF). The Royal Gazette. Fredericton: Office of the Queen's Printer. 172: 656–659. ISSN 1714-9428. Retrieved 5 October 2017. Regulation filed 28 March 2014, effective 1 July 2014
  103. Regulation 89-124 (O.C. 89-682), issued 1989-08-24, filed 1989-09-07. Boudreau West established.
  104. Regulation 95-38 (O.C. 95-344), issued 1995-03-23, filed 1995-03-24, all sections except reduction of services in the parish of Moncton effective 1995-05-08. Fourteen LSDs repealed upon incorporation into rural community of Beaubassin East or annexation by villages of Grand Manan and Memramcook; first aid and ambulance services discontinued in three LSDs in Westmorland County.
  105. Regulation 83-211 (O.C. 83-1025), issued 1983-11-30, filed 1983-12-12, effective 1984-01-01. Brantville established.
  106. Regulation 78-118 (O.C. 78-805), issued and filed 1978-09-06. Breau Creek and Memramcook established.
  107. "New Brunswick Regulation 2010-139 under the Municipalities Act (O.C. 2010-463)" (PDF). The Royal Gazette. Fredericton: Office of the Queen's Printer. 168: 2268. 22 September 2010. ISSN 1714-9428. Retrieved 5 October 2017. Regulation filed 31 August 2010.
  108. "Regulation 69-4 under the Municipalities Act (O. C. 69-46)". The Royal Gazette. Fredericton, NB, Canada. 127: 50. January 22, 1969. Filed January 15, 1969.
  109. Regulation 73-92 (O.C. 73-670), filed 1973-08-15. Chatham Head established. A typo was corrected by Regulation 73-98 (O.C. 73-728), filed 1973-09-05.
  110. Regulation 94-80 (O.C. 94-442), issued and filed 1994-06-30, effective 1995-01-01. Effects of incorporation of city of Miramichi: four LSDs deleted, first aid and ambulance services discontinued in five others, boundaries of Ferry Road - Russellville altered.
  111. Regulation 88-45 (O.C. 88-119), issued 1988-02-04, filed 1988-03-22. Cocagne established.
  112. "New Brunswick Regulation 2014-44 under the Municipalities Act (O.C. 2014-95)" (PDF). The Royal Gazette. Fredericton: Office of the Queen's Printer. 172: 678. 16 April 2014. ISSN 1714-9428. Retrieved 5 October 2017. Regulation filed 28 March 2014, effective 23 May 2014
  113. Regulation 80-155 (O.C. 80-868), issued and filed 1980-10-23. Cormier's Cove established.
  114. Regulation 75-43 (O.C. 75-312), filed 1975-05-07. Douglasfield established.
  115. Regulation 72-113 (O.C. 72-675), filed 1972-08-30. Dover-Fox Creek established.
  116. Regulation 73-58 (O.C. 73-359), filed 1973-05-09, effective 1973-07-09. Major amalgamations in greater Moncton and Fredericton combine thirteen municipalities and two LSDs into two cities and two towns.
  117. Regulation 2015-36 (O.C. 2015-167), filed 2015-08-05, effective 2015-09-01. Dundee repealed, first aid and ambulance services discontinued in Dalhousie Junction and McLeods.
  118. Regulation 89-121 (O.C. 89-679), issued 1989-08-24, filed 1989-09-07. Gauvreau-Petit Tracadie established.
  119. Regulation 90-76 (O.C. 90-520), issued 1990-06-21, filed 1990-06-29. Grand Barachois established.
  120. "New Brunswick Regulation 2012-19 under the Municipalities Act (O.C. 2012-76)" (PDF). The Royal Gazette. Fredericton: Office of the Queen's Printer. 170: 571. 28 March 2012. ISSN 1714-9428. Retrieved 5 October 2017. Regulation filed 15 March 2012, effective 1 July 2012.
  121. Regulation 74-212 (O.C. 74-990), filed 1974-11-20. Hanwell established; first aid and ambulance services added in Oak Point - Bartibog Bridge.
  122. "New Brunswick Regulation 2014-32 under the Municipalities Act (O.C. 2014-83)" (PDF). The Royal Gazette. Fredericton: Office of the Queen's Printer. 172: 583. 9 April 2014. ISSN 1714-9428. Retrieved 5 October 2017. Regulation filed 28 March 2014, effective 23 May 2014
  123. Regulation 77-88 (O.C. 77-642), issued and filed 1977-08-10. Haut Pointe Verte and Point Verte Sud paragraphs repealed.
  124. Regulation 83-188 (O.C. 83-972), issued 1983-11-10, filed 1983-11-28. Haut-Sheila established.
  125. Regulation 74-51 (O.C. 74-347), filed 1974-04-24. La Hêtrière-McGinley Corner established.
  126. Regulation 68-114 (O.C. 68-1070), filed 1968-11-27. Lakeview established.
  127. "Regulation 67-92 under the Municipalities Act (O. C. 67-837)". The Royal Gazette. Fredericton, NB, Canada. 125: 504. September 20, 1967. Effective August 30, 1967. Corrected on page 515 of September 27 issue. Further corrected on page 540 of October 18 issue.
  128. Regulation 86-39 (O.C. 86-159), issued 1986-03-13, filed 1986-03-21, effective 1986-05-12. LeGoulet paragraph repealed upon incorporation as village of Le Goulet.
  129. "Regulation 71-26 under the Municipalities Act (O. C. 71-165)". The Royal Gazette. Fredericton, NB, Canada. 129: 187. March 17, 1971. Filed March 10, 1971.
  130. Regulation 86-40 (O.C. 86-159), issued 1986-03-13, filed 1986-03-21, effective 1986-05-12. Maisonnette paragraph repealed upon incorporation.
  131. Regulation 75-88 (O.C. 75-606), filed 1975-08-27, retroactively effective 1975-08-15. Town of Sackville greatly enlarged; entire LSD Lakeview included in annexed area but not noted as such.
  132. Regulation 79-147 (O.C. 79-858), issued and filed 1979-10-11. Memramcook East established, omitted services list added to Portage River-Tracadie Beach.
  133. Regulation 89-117 (O.C. 89-651), issued 1989-08-17, filed 1989-09-01. Moorefield established.
  134. "Regulation 69-124 under the Municipalities Act (O. C. 69-1268)". The Royal Gazette. Fredericton, NB, Canada. 127: 742–743. December 24, 1969. Filed December 17, 1969.
  135. Regulation 87-113 (O.C. 87-703), issued 1987-08-05, filed 1987-08-14. Nashwaak disestablished.
  136. Regulation 75-77 (O.C. 75-546), filed 1975-07-30. Nordin established.
  137. "Regulation 71-40 under the Municipalities Act (O. C. 71-246)". The Royal Gazette. Fredericton, NB, Canada. 129: 270. April 21, 1971. Filed April 14, 1971.
  138. Regulation 88-74 (O.C. 88-288), issued 1988-04-07, filed 1988-04-19. Pointe-à-Bouleau established.
  139. Regulation 82-59 (O.C. 82-291), issued and filed 1982-04-01. Pont LaFrance established.
  140. Regulation 79-76 (O.C. 79-326), filed 1979-05-03. Portage-de-Shippegan established.
  141. "New Brunswick Regulation 2001-68 under the Municipalities Act (O.C. 2001-451)" (PDF). The Royal Gazette. Fredericton: Office of the Queen's Printer. 159: 1359–1361. October 17, 2001. ISSN 0703-8623. Retrieved 18 July 2017. Regulation filed 28 September 2001, effective 1 October 2001.
  142. Regulation 79-130 (O.C. 79-674), issued and filed 1979-08-16. Portage River-Tracadie Beach established.
  143. Regulation 80-157 (O.C. 80-870), issued and filed 1980-10-23. St. Arthur enlarged; Richardsville paragraph finally repealed.
  144. Regulation 89-122 (O.C. 89-680), issued 1989-08-24, filed 1989-09-07. Rivière à la Truite established.
  145. "New Brunswick Regulation 2006-55 under the Municipalities Act (O.C. 2006-246)" (PDF). The Royal Gazette. Fredericton: Office of the Queen's Printer. 164: 1307. 9 August 2006. ISSN 1714-9428. Retrieved 4 October 2017. Regulation filed 27 July 2006, effective 31 July 2006.
  146. "Regulation 70-84 under the Municipalities Act (O. C. 70-547)". The Royal Gazette. Fredericton, NB, Canada. 128: 462. August 19, 1970. Filed August 12, 1970.
  147. Regulation 2015-13 (O.C. 2015-99), filed 2015-05-15, effective 2015-07-01. St. Arthur and Val D'Amours paragraphs repealed upon annexation by village of Atholville; first aid and ambulance services discontinued in Blair Athol.
  148. "Regulation 70-73 under the Municipalities Act (O. C. 70-454)". The Royal Gazette. Fredericton, NB, Canada. 128: 381. July 2, 1970. Filed June 24, 1970.
  149. Regulation 91-93 (O.C. 91-349), issued 1991-04-25, filed 1991-05-09. St. Isidore Centre paragraph repealed.
  150. Regulation 77-70 (O.C. 77-497), filed 1977-06-22. St. Paul established.
  151. Regulation 89-150 (O.C. 89-816), issued 1989-10-12, filed 1989-10-25, effective 1990-01-01. St. Paul paragraph repealed after annexation by village of Grande-Anse.
  152. Regulation 86-41 (O.C. 86-155), issued 1986-03-13, filed 1986-03-21, effective 1986-05-12. St. Raphael sur-Mer paragraph repealed; French spelling of the parish of Shippegan changed.
  153. Regulation 88-149 (O.C. 88-578), issued 1988-06-30, filed 1988-07-12. Sainte-Rose established.
  154. Regulation 80-156 (O.C. 80-869), issued and filed 1980-10-23. Shediac Road established.
  155. "Regulation 70-90 under the Municipalities Act (O. C. 70-595)". The Royal Gazette. Fredericton, NB, Canada. 128: 502. September 9, 1970. Filed September 2, 1970.
  156. Regulation 78-107 (O.C. 78-711), issued and filed 1978-08-16. Sheila paragraph repealed.
  157. "Regulation 68-94 under the Municipalities Act (O. C. 68-849)". The Royal Gazette. Fredericton, NB, Canada. 126: 514–521. October 2, 1968. Filed September 18, 1968.
  158. "New Brunswick Regulation 2008-38 under the Municipalities Act (O.C. 2008-111)" (PDF). The Royal Gazette. Fredericton: Office of the Queen's Printer. 166: 598. 26 March 2008. ISSN 1714-9428. Retrieved 5 October 2017. Regulation filed and effective 17 March 2008.
  159. "Regulation 71-127 under the Municipalities Act (O. C. 71-891)". The Royal Gazette. Fredericton, NB, Canada. 129: 895–896. December 22, 1971. Filed December 15, 1971.
  160. Regulation 80-139 (O.C. 80-832), filed 1980-10-09. Val D'Amour established.
  161. "Regulation 67-72A under the Municipalities Act (O. C. 67-661)". The Royal Gazette. Fredericton, NB, Canada. 125: 588. November 15, 1967. Effective July 7, 1967. Corrected on page 620 of December 6 issue.
  162. Regulation 78-81 (O.C. 78-543), filed 1978-06-21. Glencoe reduced, Verret paragraph repealed.
  163. "Regulation 67-42A under the Municipalities Act (O. C. 67-378)". The Royal Gazette. Fredericton, NB, Canada. 125: 504. September 20, 1967. Effective April 17, 1967. Corrected on page 515 of September 27 issue.
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