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New Brunswick Travel Guide

New Brunswick — Travel Tips

  • Before driving rental cars outside of New Brunswick, motorists should check that their rental company allows this as many have a daily 200 km driving limit
  • Most New Brunswick border crossings are relatively small and uncrowded, but visitors should nonetheless add extra time for unexpected delays
  • While there is no fee charged to vehicles entering the Confederation Bridge from the New Brunswick side, vehicles entering from Prince Edward Island must pay a fee before crossing the bridge
  • English is the dominant language in southern and southwestern New Brunswick, while northeastern and northern New Brunswick are predominantly French-speaking

Contact Numbers

Police: 911
Emergency: 911
Saint John Regional Hospital: +1-506-648-6000
The Moncton Hospital: +1-506-857-5111
Dr. Everett Chalmers Regional Hospital: +1-506-452-5400
France Consulate: +1-506-857-4191
Sweden Consulate: +1-506-460-8265
Danish Consulate: +1-506-634-732
Hybrid Taxi: +1-506-693-3030