City of Saint John official website
Information for residents and visitors. Municipal government, Corporate services, Protective services, Transportation & Environment sServices, Growth & Community Develpment services, Saint John Water, Finance & Administrative services

Discover Saint John
Our official visitor guide featuring information on festivals, events, dining options, accommodations, entertainment, maps, and the Bay of Fundy tide schedule.


Saint John Region Chamber of Commerce
Make new business contacts, learn new business skills, benefit from discounts on services like health plans and credit card/debit merchant services, ensure your voice is heard on vital regulatory and legislative issues affecting your business.


Uptown Saint John
Uptown Saint John Inc. is the official voice of more than 650 business and property owners operating in Uptown’s 20-block Business Improvement Area.


Enterprise Saint John
Enterprise Saint John is an economic development agency serving the five regional municipalities of Grand Bay-Westfield, Rothesay, Quispamsis, St. Martins, and Saint John.


Port Saint John
Cargo. Cruise. Facilities & Administration. Port Saint John is Canada’s third largest port by volume, handling an average of 26.4 million metric tonnes of cargo annually, and with global connections to over 315 ports worldwide.


Imperial Theatre
Designed by Philadelphia architect Albert Westover and built in 1912. The theatre was reconstructed to its original 1913 grandeur and officially re-opened in 1994. It’s been described by The Globe and Mail as “… the most beautifully restored theatre in Canada.”

Harbour Station
Home to the Saint John Sea Dogs (Quebec Major Junior Hockey League) and Saint John Riptide (National Basketball League), Harbour Station is located in Uptown Saint John and is New Brunswick’s centerpiece for sporting and entertainment events.

Town of Quispamsis

The most picturesque waterways in Eastern Canada are readily accessible from the area. Navigate the majestic Kennebecasis River, or the meandering Hammond River is a favourite for kayaking and canoeing. MoneySense named Quispamsis best place to live in Atlantic Canada in 2017.


NHL Sized skating arena, outdoor seasonal swimming pool, banquet room facilities, conference center, indoor walking track, YM/YWCA programs

Town of Rothesay

A suburb of Saint John along the Kennebecasis River. Located along the lower Kennebecasis River valley, Rothesay borders the city of Saint John to the southwest, and the neighbouring town of Quispamsis.

Grand Bay-Westfield

A suburb outside Saint John in the western part of Kings County. The town is an amalgamation of the original town of Grand Bay and the neighbouring village of Westfield immediately to the north.

Town of Hampton

Located 35 km northeast of Saint John, and is a small, friendly community with many points of interest and beautiful natural scenery, nestled on the Kennebecasis River.

Canada’s Register of Historic Places
Canada’s definitive source of information on historic places. Here you can not only learn about more than 13,000 historic places, you can also find useful conservation tools, such as the Standards and Guidelines for the Conservation of Historic Places in Canada – a benchmark guide for the conservation of historic resources. Approximately 590 buildings and houses in Saint John are registered as historic places.



Rockwood Park
Enjoyed by many for its freshwater lakes for fishing, swimming, boating and skating, Rockwood is the hub of outdoor activities year round.

Irving Nature Park
Park visitors enjoy the rugged beauty of the Southern New Brunswick and the Bay of Fundy coastline just minutes from Uptown Saint John.


Post-Secondary Education

University of New Brunswick, Saint John Campus

New Brunswick Community College



Saint John Airport (YSJ)



Saint John Regional Hospital
The largest tertiary care hospital in New Brunswick and the primary health care referral centre for major trauma and cardiac care.

St. Joseph’s Hospital



NB Power

Saint John Energy

Bell Aliant




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