The Legion is a persuasive advocate for improved pension legislation and other benefits for veterans and their families, including: treatment and appeals procedures, returned soldiers’ insurance, and help for those suffering from tuberculosis.
The Upper River Valley Hospital is the newest hospital in New Brunswick. It has been designated as the first full service hospital in Canada to be recognized as a leader in energy and environmental design.
The hospital provides services to the Town of Woodstock, Town of Hartland several villages and other surrounding communities. The community's economy is mainly based on natural resources and farming industries.
New Brunswick is the largest of Canada’s three Maritime provinces. It is located under Quebec's Gaspé Peninsula and beside the State of Maine. New Brunswick was one of the first provinces, along with Ontario, Québec and Nova Scotia, to join together to form the Dominion of Canada in 1867. New Brunswick has experienced immigration on a smaller scale from all over the world, and today boasts a varied and increasingly multicultural population.
Our communities host year-round festivals and events from long-standing: Gathering of the Scots, Paint the Heartland, and Old Home Week, to new events including: Festival of Flavour, Larlee Creek Hullabaloo, and the Dooryard Arts Festival. These events serve to increase civic pride and are centered on art, music or food, and offer both the travelling tourist and the local citizen great entertainment!
Shop one of the weekly Farm Markets for fresh produce or local art, walk or bike the trails, golf at one of four courses, have a family picnic at one of the shelters or enjoy shopping at local retail shops.
Built in 1912 as a federal post office, it is a branch of the NB Public Library. Features hours, services, location and directions, address, computers and internet access, programs and links to the provincial library.
The “Home of the Huskies” teaches grades Kindergarten to Grade twelve. It welcomes visitors with information about activities, staff, sports, student council, clubs and their address.
Falls Brook Centre communicates and demonstrates appropriate sustainable resource stewardship for rural community revitalization, to inspire and enable people and societies to make a conscious transition towards ecological, economical, and social renewal.
A listing of the names inscribed on the monument, sponsored by the Carleton County NBGenWeb Project. Lists Boer War, Great War, World War Two and the Korean conflict.
Keep your kids busy coloring this picture from “colourcanada.com”. This picture of the World’s Longest Covered Bridge in Hartland can be downloaded and printed off on your computer. Your kids will love it!
This is the official site of Tourism and Parks New Brunswick
An 18-hole, 6,609 yard championship course overlooking the Saint John River Valley. Lists directions, membership, course information, tournaments, score card, rates, pro shop and contact details.
The New Brunswick Bible Institute, located in Victoria Corner, is a non-denominational Bible school training young men and women in a thorough and practical knowledge of the Word of God. They offer one year, three year and four year programs of study in Bible and Bible and music.
The Western Valley Regional Service Commission, formally known as Regional Service Commission 12, are responsible for items such as solid waste, recycling and for some municipalities planning services throughout the valley.
The purpose of the Association is to promote equality for all cultural groups within an officially bilingual Canada and New Brunswick.
Organized in 1985, Carleton Ground Search & Rescue Inc. works in cooperation with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP), local police agencies and other emergency service responders.