The province has three major urban areas, including Greater Saint John, Greater Moncton and Greater Fredericton, which together have a population of over 300,000.
About 60% of the population has British ancestry, while 31% are French Canadian or Acadian. Other ethnicities within the province include First Nations, Asian Canadian, Irish and other European nations. Both English and French are official languages in New Brunswick and it is the sole province within the state to be bilingual. Approximately 34% of the population speaks both languages.
It’s estimated that New Brunswick has a population of 761,214, which is an increase from the 747,101 recorded in 2016.
With prosperous industries, beautiful historic sites, events, festivals and a prime quality education system, the population of New Brunswick will only still grow into the long term.