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The Village of Saint-Antoine, New Brunswick numbers some 1733 inhabitants, of which 84 % are French-speaking. The municipality is located 34 km north of Moncton, which explains why it is a favored location for people seeking a peaceful life while remaining close to the big city.

Saint-Antoine was founded in 1832 and at the time was named Higho or Higho de Cocagne. In 1873, the parish was given the name Saint-Antoine-l'Ermite. The municipality was incorporated as the Village of Saint-Antoine in 1966.

Info-Alert

During the next few weeks, the municipal employees will be flushing the sanitary sewer system. It is recommended to keep the toilet lids closed when not in use. The municipality apologizes for any inconvenience.⁣

The playground at the community park remains closed until further notice. The municipality does not have the resources necessary to meet the provincial sanitation guidelines. The outdoor equipment is not disinfected.

The dog park is now open, but users must practice physical distancing (distance of 2 metres) from others at all times. If the measures are not respected, the municipality will close the park immediately.