On the traces of Germany in New Brunswick
Did you know...
... that the name of the Province of New Brunswick has a German origin?
After the Seven Years’ War in America between Great-Britain and France, approximately 2000 Germans, among other nationalities, settled in New Brunswick. The flag of the province refers to the city of Braunschweig in Germany. There was another wave of German immigration to Canada during World War II. A German-Jewish architect named Rolf Duschenes conceptualized an imposing office building in Fredericton. At the famous Boyce Market several German marketers can be found selling handcraft goods and specialties that are typically from their homeland and region. For the food-lovers, a visit to Fredericton’s "Schnitzel Parlour" is worth the while. Apart from different types of Schnitzel, they also offer a magnitude of delicacies such as Rouladen, Gulash, Spätzle, and more.