Located on the eastern seaboard of the North American continent, New Brunswick is the only province in Canada with both French and English as its official languages. The province has two national parks and sixteen provincial parks, one of which is the Bay of Fundy. The bay attracts as many as twelve species of whales and other marine animals, who gather there in summer. Aside from that, here are also the top 6 daily and weekly newspapers in New Brunswick.
The paper has been published out of Saint John since 1862. Capitalist Kenneth Colin Irving purchased New Brunswick Publishing and the Telegraph-Journal in 1994. This is the only New Brunswick-based newspaper to be distributed province-wide. The company offers a subscription of $19.95 which includes six English weekly papers and ten French weeklies. While, $16.95 a month for those who already have a subscription to the print version.
This is the official student newspaper of the Fredericton campus of the University of New Brunswick, New Brunswick, Canada. Issues are published on the first Wednesday each month and traditionally run eight issues annually. The Brunswickan remains one of the largest community newspapers in Atlantic Canada and among the largest in Canada. The paper switched from broadsheet to tabloid format in January 2009, in response to financial pressures and in an effort to reduce its impact on the environment.
L'Acadie Nouvelle is an independent French newspaper published since June 6, 1984. It is the only French-language daily newspaper in New Brunswick, Canada. The newspaper was established after the closure of L’Evangeline (Acadian Newspaper), in October 1982. The financing of the project was made possible with a fund-raising campaign with a total amount of $350,000. After the creation of Acadie Presse Inc., a commercial printer, in 1988, the L'Acadie Nouvelle and Acadie Presse Inc. merged in 2002.
This weekly newspaper was founded by David Main in October 1865. Since 2002, the Saint Croix Courier has been a part of the Advocate Printing & Publishing. On the St. Croix River, the newspaper covers Charlotte County, New Brunswick and Washington County, Maine.
The Aquinian is a student-owned-and-operated campus publication at St. Thomas University in Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada. The paper is published on a weekly basis during the regular academic year and The Aquinian is a member of the Canadian University Press. The newspaper was printed bi-weekly in broadsheet format before the 2004/2005 academic year. The editorial staff scaled the paper down to tabloid format in the fall of 2004, which made it financially feasible to print of a weekly basis. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, The Aquinian stopped its weekly printing schedule and transitioned to digital.
The Quoddy Tides is published in Eastport, Maine and also covers several communities in Washington County, Maine and Charlotte County, New Brunswick. This community newspaper styles itself as the “most easterly published newspaper in the United States”. It was founded in 1955 by Winifred B. French. After a year of researching about the newspaper business, French launched The Quoddy Tides’ first issue on November 29, 1968. French was also named Maine Journalist of the Year in 1979.