York County (New Brunswick)
York County is a county in the Canadian province of New Brunswick. Council is based in the capital of New Brunswick, Fredericton. The County has 97 238 inhabitants ( 2011).
The main economic sectors are agriculture and forestry. The Saint John River divides the county in an east - west direction in the north- east flows the Southwest Miramichi River. The Trans-Canada Highway crosses the county from west to east, in the southern part.
The historic, touristic settlement Kings Landing, from the period of 1780-1910, is Prince William.
Towns and cities
York County consists of eight counties and its capital city, Fredericton ( listed by Population - 2011 Census ).
The county is divided into fourteen parishes ( listed by Population - 2011 Census ).
There are three First Nations (French: Premieres nations, German: First Nations - all indigenous peoples in Canada) reserves ( listed in order of population - 2011 Census ).
McAdam with historical railway station building in the background
The World's Largest Axe Nackawic
The Saint John River
Former part of the Trans-Canada highways - New Brunswick Highway 102
Paper mill in Nackawic