Oromocto


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Oromocto

(ôrōmŏk`tō), town (1991 pop. 9,325), S central N.B., Canada, on the St. John River. The town developed because of its proximity to Camp Gagetown, the largest (436 sq mi/1,129 sq km) military camp in Canada.
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Commanding Officer, 4th Artillery Regiment (General Support), Royal Canadian Artillery Oromocto, New Brunswick
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The Canadian EOD troops came from Canadian Forces Base Gagetown in Oromocto, New Brunswick Province, Canada.
47) Acadia Marble, Tile & Terazzo Ltd v Oromocto Property Developments Ltd (1998), 205 NBR (2d) 358 (CA).
Marie-Helene Perron, staff nurse, Oromocto Public Hospital, Oromocto (new)
Chief Joe Sacobie of Oromocto First Nation says his community will lose if the agreement is cancelled, reports CBC News.
A few pleasure craft ambled towards the shadow of the Oromocto Bridge.
Everett Chalmers Hospital in Fredericton, Moncton Hospital, Oromocto Hospital, and Saint John Regional Hospital.
He designed two new towns, Preville, a suburb on Montreal's South Shore, and Oromocto, for the Canadian Army in New Brunswick.
Sobey's has just two distribution centres for the Maritimes: one in Stellarton, Nova Scotia, and one in Oromocto, New Brunswick.