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The Moncton 100 Monument honours Joseph Salter, shipbuilder, entrepreneur and first mayor of the Township of Moncton in 1855. Local entrepreneurs, whose names are inscribed on this monument, undertook funding of the project as their gift to the c…
This part of "Le Coude" (The Bend) was in earlier times called Terre-Rouge. Three families from the Grand-Prée region first settled here: Jean Babineau & Isabelle Breau, circa 1733, followed by Joseph Breau & Isabelle Thibodeau and Charl…
A vial of sand taken from Juno Beach has been poured into the header of this memorial to honor the 14,000 Canadians who took part in the Battle of Normandy
This garden is named in honour of HMCS Sackville, a corvette that had a distinguished career during the Second World War. She was launched on May 15, 1941 in Saint John, New Brunswick and was christened by Mrs. J.E.W. Oland in the presence of Mayo…
In memory of the 1.5 million martyrs of the Armenian Genocide and all victims of genocide A la mémoire de 1,5 millions de martyrs du génocide arménien et de toutes les victimes de génocide
The Royal Canadian Air Force has stood on guard for Canada since 1924. Over three hundred and twenty five Sackville area residents and students of Mount Allison University have served in the R.C.A.F. both here and abroad from the First World War u…
Presented to the residents of Sackville by The 8th Canadian Hussars (Princess Louise's) in recognition of their continuous support to the regiment Regt Patriaeque Fidelis October 1, 1994
Their Name Liveth Forevermore 1914 - 1918 Roland Beal · Frank Milner · Arthur Bourque George Bickerton · Ralph Crossman · Alpheus Crossman Stanley Crawford · Arthur DeVarenne · Henry Dixo…
Built by the Hon. William Crane, an early Sackville merchant, landowner, politician and partner of Charles Frederick Allison. The home was a wedding present for his daughter Ruth and Edward Cogswell and was known as Cogswell House. In 1895, it was…
In the early 1900's, this was the home and office of Dr. E.M. Copp, a medical doctor. His career began as a general practice and he delivered many a baby. After a residency in New York [C]ity, he became an eye, ear, nose and throat specialist.