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Whether it is global warming or other factors, climatic change is causing much longer summers in maritime Canada. Here in the St. John River Valley farmers are enjoying second and third crops of hay. This area is dominated by potato growing and cattle ranching.

When the Acadians were removed from this area in the 1760's, the British government recruited New England settlers and retiring army veterans to settle on freely granted land in the St. John River Valley and other parts of the colony then known as Nova Scotia. New Brunswick was later carved out of the larger colony and eventually became a province of Confederated Canada in 1867. The landscape of most of the province has changed little over the last two hundred years. Forestry, farming, and fishing dominate as the chief industries, with tourism on the rise.

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