"A town called New Brunswick." | Michelle Alcorn
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“A town called New Brunswick.”

A Town called New Brunswick

“A town called New Brunswick.”


You can look at the world in many ways, and I think the most exceptional beauty you can find is people. It’s our uniqueness and individuality in what makes us special that radiates regardless of what country we are from in this fantastic world. I am very proud to be from “a town called New Brunswick”, Canada, and live in Albert County. Here we are a community of people. And our people make the community. 

Albert County is a special place where heritage is alive and well. Celebrating our victories is not something that we’ve always done publicly, but we always do it proudly.

This year we turn 175 years old, and we’re going to be more public about the amazing things happening, and I’m incredibly proud to be part of this journey with my community.

We live in “a town called New Brunswick,” visit Albert County #AC175.



photo credit : Mario Carvajal