Shediac


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Shediac

(shĕd`ēăk), town (1991 pop. 4,343), SE N.B., Canada, on Northumberland Strait. It is a resort and has a seaplane base and lobster, oyster, and smelt fisheries.
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The Town of Shediac, NB Power, and Natural Resources Canada announced the first Smart Energy Community project to create a major green energy initiative in the town.
(1) Expression populaire, tiree du jargon linguistique << chiac >>--un type specifique d'alternance discursive entre le francais et l'anglais, qui caracterise la conjoncture linguistique complexe au Nouveau-Brunswick et qui se manifeste principalement chez les locuteurs acadiens du sud-est de la province, dont les regions de Moncton, Shediac, Dieppe et Memramcook.
A project to build a 600-700 lot recreational vehicle campground on property belonging to the Anglican Parish of Shediac has been attracting opposition at least since it was proposed to Shediac town council in 2014.
The map of New Brunswick includes minke whales, Magnetic Hill, Hopewell Rocks and the Shediac Giant Lobster, while the map of Nunavut features the muskox, the Arctic Circle, Dewey Soper Migratory Bird Sanctuary and an inuksuk.
* Angela Arsenault-Daigle, nurse practitioner, Salvus Clinic, Shediac (new)
Shediac on the Northumberland Strait coast calls itself the 'lobster capital of the world', and has a stonkingly large lobster statue to ram the message home.
[5] Barrage, Perillieux and Shediac state that the common opportunities in the sector are: Medical device manufacturing, generic pharmaceuticals and education.
(1) Departement de Biologie, Universite de Moncton, Moncton, Nouveau-Brunswick, Canada El A 3E9; (2) Homarus Inc., 408 rue Main, Shediac, Nouveau-Brunswick, Canada E4P 2G1