New Brunswick

geographical name
New Bruns·​wick | \ -ˈbrənz-(ˌ)wik How to pronounce New Brunswick (audio) \

Definition of New Brunswick

1 or French Nouveau-Brunswick \ nü-​vō-​brȯn-​ˈzwik How to pronounce Nouveau-Brunswick (audio) \ province of southeastern Canada bordering on the Gulf of Saint Lawrence and the Bay of Fundy and on the U.S. state of Maine; capital Fredericton area 27,559 square miles (71,377 square kilometers), population 751,171

Note: New Brunswick is the only province of Canada in which both English and French are official languages.

2 city on the Raritan River in north central New Jersey population 55,181

Note: The main campus of Rutgers University (the state university of New Jersey) is located in New Brunswick.

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