13 Reasons New Brunswick Is The Cutest Province Ever
Where else would you find both the home of the McFlurry and the french fry capital of the world?
Florenceville-Bristol, New Brunswick is dubbed the french fry capital of the world.
In fact, the town even has a potato museum called — wait for it — Potato World.
If McFlurries and french fries aren't enough for you, there's also an honest-to-goodness chocolate museum in St. Stephen, New Brunswick.
The world's largest axe can be found in Nackawic, New Brunswick.
The dialect of French spoken in Northern New Brunswick is called "Brayon."
People in Moncton believe cars are ~spookily~ rolling uphill on Magnetic Hill.
The meeting of the Bay of Fundy and the Saint John River results in the incredible Reversing Rapids. (Press play below to see it in action.)
During the War of 1812, New Brunswick and Maine were on such good terms that N.B. lent Maine some gunpowder for the Fourth of July.
However, despite their friendly history, New Brunswick and Maine are still involved in ongoing disputes over land, puffins, and lighthouses.
U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt basically stayed in a giant dollhouse in New Brunswick.
And the only U.K. prime minister born outside of the British Isles was from New Brunswick, and his name was (heh heh heh) Bonar Law.
Keep up with the latest daily buzz with the BuzzFeed Daily newsletter!