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2001 population: 1,869
 (Source:
Statistics Canada)

St. Andrews is a town in Charlotte County, in the province of New Brunswick. It is near the Maine border.
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The town was settled in 1783 by Loyalists from Maine, who dismantled their homes and sailed them across the river to St. Andrews.

Once a popular trading port, industry in St. Andrews has turned to focus more on fishing and tourism.

Nearby parks & recreation: Katy's Cove, Passamaquoddy Park
Attractions: Kingsbrae Garden
Historic sites and museums: Atlantic Salmon Interpretive Centre, Ministers Island, Ross Memorial Museum, Sheriff Andrews House, Huntsman Marine Science Centre, St. Andrews Blockhouse
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St. Andrews Web sites
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