Synonyms for caraquet or Related words with caraquet

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The Caraquet River is a river in north-eastern New Brunswick, Canada which empties into the Caraquet Bay north of Caraquet.
The Rivière du Nord is a river that flows into the Caraquet Bay west of Caraquet, New Brunswick, Canada.
Situated on the Acadian Peninsula on the shore of Chaleur Bay, its name translates into "Lower Caraquet". It is located at the eastern entrance to Caraquet Harbour, adjacent to the town of Caraquet.
Caraquet Bay is situated in the northeast of the Canadian province of New Brunswick. It is bordered on the south by the town of Caraquet and the village of Bertrand, to the south by the parish of New Bandon, to the north by the village of Maisonnette and to the northwest by the Baie des Chaleurs. Caraquet Island is located between the two bays. There are a number of beaches on the bay, as well as oyster farms and the port of Caraquet. Caraquet Bay flows into the Caraquet River and the Du Nord River
The fishing village is located on the north shore of Caraquet Harbour near Pointe de Maisonnette, opposite the town of Caraquet on the Acadian Peninsula.
Caraquet is a Canadian parish in Gloucester County, New Brunswick.
The village is located on the Acadian Peninsula at the mouth of the Caraquet River where it empties into Caraquet Bay, roughly 10 km west of Caraquet. The community centres around the intersection of Route 11, Route 145 and Route 325.
The routes western terminus is at Route 325 in Bertrand, New Brunswick. From there, it runs east along Caraquet Bay and Chaleur Bay through the town of Caraquet following the previous alignment of Route 11 before crossing onto Pokesudie Island.
The task force led by "Rimouski" waited in Caraquet Harbour, obscured by Caraquet Island, the night of 26–27 September 1943 and detected the presence of"U-536" off Pointe de Maisonnette while shore authorities arrested the POW escapee.
Situated on the shore of Chaleur Bay in the Acadian Peninsula, its name is derived from the Mi'kmaq term for "meeting of two rivers". The Caraquet River and Rivière du Nord flow into the Caraquet Bay west of the town.
The task force led by "Rimouski" waited in Caraquet Harbour, obscured by Caraquet Island, the night of 26–27 September 1943 and detected the presence of off Pointe de Maisonnette while shore authorities arrested the POW escapee.
Caraquet Parish is defined in the "Territorial Division Act" as being bounded:
Landry's great great grandfather Alexis Landry helped found Caraquet, New Brunswick.
Marc Albert (born November 15, 1961 in Caraquet) is a former Canadian Olympic volleyball player.
Caraquet (API : /kaʁakɛt/) is a town in Gloucester County, New Brunswick, Canada.
Polyvalente Louis-Mailloux is a Francophone high school in Caraquet, New Brunswick, Canada.
The Tintamarre held during the 2009 "Festival acadien" in Caraquet involved 40,000 participants.
foreman of the Caraquet Railway, the boat was built in George Eddy's
1977, official opening of the Acadian Historic Village in Caraquet, New Brunswick.
In 2016, CJVA in Caraquet moved from 810 kHz (AM) to 94.1 MHz (FM).