New Brunswick is surrounded on three sides by easy access to salt water:

In the northeast, the Bay of Chaleur with its pristine natural surroundings; in the east, the Northumberland Strait with some of the warmest water in eastern Canada; and in the south, the Bay of Fundy with its immense tides. Throughout the interior of the province, the landscape is abundantly punctuated with fresh water lakes, streams and rivers. With this type of environment as a background, it is understandable why New Brunswickers have such an affinity for waterside activities.

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