Sackville (Pré des Bourg) 2016 population: 5,331) is a town in southeastern New Brunswick, Canada. It is home to Mount Allison University , a primarily undergraduate liberal arts university. Historically based on agriculture, shipbuilding, and manufacturing, the economy is now driven by the university and tourism.
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History. The parish was established as a Nova Scotia township in 1772: named for Lord George Sackville Germain, 1st Viscount Sackville (1716-1785) commander of the British forces and colonial secretary from 1775-1782: re-established as a New Brunswick parish in 1786: included parts of Botsford Parish until 1805 and Shediac Parish until 1827.
Sackville is a town in southeastern New Brunswick, Canada. It is home to Mount Allison University, a primarily undergraduate liberal arts university. Historically home to two foundries manufacturing stoves and furnaces, the economy is now driven by the university and tourism. Once a part of the French colony of Acadia, it became part of the British colony of Nova Scotia in 1755 following the ...
Sackville School (disambiguation) Sackville College, a historic almshouse in East Grinstead, West Sussex, England; Sackville House, East Washington, Pennsylvania, United States, on the National Register of Historic Places; See also. Sackville North, New South Wales, Australia; Upper Sackville, New Brunswick, Canada; Middle Sackville, New ...
Middle Sackville is a Canadian rural community in Westmorland County, New Brunswick.Located in the Sackville Parish approximately 3 kilometres southwest of Sackville
Motto: Where You Belong Coordinates: 45°53′53″N 64°22′06″W / 45.89792, -64.36834 Country Canada Province New Brunswick County Westmorland Parish Sackville Parish Established 1762 Incorporated January 4, 1903 ElectoralDistrictsFederal Beauséjour Provincial Tantramar Government •Type Town Council •Mayor Bob Berry •MLA Mike Olscamp (PC) •MP Dominic LeBlanc (L) Area ...
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