Directory of all BIA’s in New Brunswick:
La Corporation de la revitalization du centre ville de Bathurst(CRCB)
- Website: http://www.bathurst.ca
- About: Bathurst is a small city of approximately 13, 000 residents, where you can find all sorts of incredible people and things to do. The bilingual city has a reputation for having beautiful outdoor attractions, but their downtown area is also of something to boast. A large number of businesses have set up shop in the downtown Bathurst area where you can find pretty much anything you need.
- Contact: 212-275 Main Street Box 28
- Bathurst, NB E2A 1A9
La Corporation d’Amélioration des Affaires de Bouctouche Inc.
- Website: http://www.bouctouche.ca
- About: Come see why the Town of Bouctouche is the province’s “green” municipality and why it’s been named one of Canada’s most beautiful small towns. Discover our beaches stretching as far as the eye can see and our 17 kilometers of walking and biking paths that extend from the Bouctouche Dune to Le Pays de la Sagouine. Bouctouche also has a history of attracting entrepreneurs who have combined their know-how and energy to create a diverse and active business environment.
- Contact: 30 rue Évangeline
- Bouctouche, NB
- E4S 3E4
Business Fredericton North
- Website: http://www.businessfrednorth.ca
- About: Business Fredericton North Inc. (BFN) is a not-for-profit organization led by a volunteer Board of Directors. Representing the central business district in Fredericton North, which encompasses a 2.3-kilometer commercial strip, BFN works directly with the core business improvement are (BIA) of 200 plus businesses. In addition to the core BIA, BFN represents the interest of associate business members in Fredericton North outside the BIA boundaries. Associate business members are able to share in benefits which are existing BIA members enjoy such as Advocacy, Networking, and Education.
- Contact: 18-102 Main Street
- Fredericton, NB
- E3A 9N7
Downtown Campbellton Centre-ville
- Website: http://downtowncampbelltoncentreville.co
- About: Downtown Campbellton offers a variety of activities, events and entertainment that the entire family can enjoy. The downtown merchants have teamed up to offer town locals and tourists a wide variety of shopping opportunities. Downtown Campbellton and the surrounding areas provide the perfect conditions for all outdoor enthusiasts. Whether it is a night of skiing, a fine dining experience, a shopping day or a trip to see the beautiful scenery we promise you’ll be coming back for more!
- Contact: 18 Water Street – PO Box 234
- Campbellton, NB
- E3N 3G4
Centre-Ville Caraquet Inc.
- Website: http://www.caraquet.ca
- About: Caraquet is proud of the quality of life it offers its residents. The entrepreneurial spirit and cultural vibrancy of the community make for a thriving local economy, appealing to investors and young people. Renowned as the “Capital of Acadia,” the municipality is popular among tourists for its Acadian cachet and maritime climate. There are sociocultural activities all year long, recreation parks for young families and pulsating events in every season. Caraquet’s rousing history of resilience will also inspire you.
- Contact: P.O. Box 5570
- Caraquet, NB
- E1W 1B7
Historic Chatham Business District
- Website: http://downtownchatham.com/
- About: Downtown Chatham has beautiful foliage, parks, plenty of parking, festivals, world class entertainment and plenty of shopping to offer for all ages. HDTC-BIA is proud to be a part of Chatham-Kent: Cultivating Growth Shore to Shore.
The Historic Downtown Chatham BIA is as strong as its members, and as effective as the level of participation of the membership. Enjoy your stay!
- Contact: 1745 Water Street, Suite 204
- Miramichi, NB
- E1N 1B2
Dalhousie Business Improvement Corp.
- Website: http://www.dalhousie.ca
- About: Downtown Dalhousie is the heart of the community with the Rotary park outdoor theater, the marina, the Restigouche Regional Museum, the Dalhousie Centennial Library, coffee shop, restaurants, shops and much more within a short walking distance. There is still a variety of commercial spaces available for retail and much more for economic development.
- Contact: 111 Hall Street, Unit 2
- Dalhousie, NB
- E8C 1X2
Edmundston Centre-ville Downtown
- Website: http://edmundston.ca
- About: Downtown Edmundston is well renowned for its cathedral and historical churches. Take time to visit the Immaculate Conception Cathedral on de l’Église Street, a splendid temple representative of both Gothic and Roman architectures. On the other side of the Madawaska River is the church Our Lady of Sorrows where you can see the Way of the Cross carved in wood by artist Claude Roussel.
- Contact: 1, chemin Canada
- Edmundston, NB
- E3V 1T6
Downtown Fredericton Inc.
- Website: http://www.downtownfredericton.ca
- About: Downtown Fredericton is a thriving district overlooking the scenic St. John River home to over 30 restaurants, cafes, and one of a kind retailers. Come down and take a walk through the city’s Historic Garrison district where the city parades its past through live outdoor theatre, music and more or visit the Beaverbrook Art Gallery, Atlantic Canada’s premier art gallery. See why Fredericton was named one of the top ten places to live in North America. Shop, dine, stay and play in Downtown Fredericton!
- Contact: 1-349 King Street
- Fredericton, NB
- E3B 1E4
Grand Falls Central Business Dev. Inc.
- Website: http://www.downtowngrandfalls.com
- About: The Mission of Grand Falls Central Business Development Corporation is to promote the interests of Downtown Grand Falls. Our programs are designed to enhance the economic and cultural vitality of Grand Falls’ Historic central business district.
- Contact: 200-131 rue Pleasant St.
- Grand Falls, NB
- E3Z 1G6
Communauté rurale de Kedgwick
- Website: N/A
- About: Kedgwick’s history dates back to the early 1900s when many French-Canadian families were drawn to the area by the county’s rich forest and plentiful waters. See for yourself what life was like ‘way back when’ at the Kedgwick Forestry Museum. Join the crew at the 1930s heritage lumber village for cookouts, folklore, and bunkhouse living… learn about New Brunswick’s largest industry in the most authentic way you can as you play the part of the camp cook.
- Contact: 114, rue Notre-Dame
- Kedgwick, NB
- E8B 1H8
- Attention: M. Francis Bérubé, Directeur Général
Lamèque Centre-Ville Inc.
- Website: http://www.lameque.ca
- About: Take a leisurely drive to this scenic Acadian island. Situated off the coast of northeastern New Brunswick, Lamèque separates the waters of the Gulf of Saint Lawrence and Chaleur Bay. With the wealth of quiet, sandy beaches here, you’ll have no shortage of options to find the perfect spot to soak up some sun!
- Contact: 28, rue de l’Hôpital, C.P. 2037
- Lamèque, NB
- E8T 3N4
Minto Business Association Inc.
- Website: http://www.villageofminto.ca
- About: The Village has more to offer than most towns five times its size — including all the recreational facilities you’d expect to find only in larger centres such as an arena, golf course, lighted and unlighted ball parks, 2 family parks, a fantastic nature trail, 2 schools with French Immersion and fantastic hunting and fishing.Part of the Village’s many pronged plan to diversify its economy includes attracting retirees to live here where they will enjoy a sedate, out-doorsy lifestyle and low cost of living (tax rate only $1.25/$100.00 of assessment). Housing and land is very affordable with the average bungalow going for between $50 – $60 thousand dollars.
- Contact: 122 Main Street, Unit 1
- Minto, NB E4B 3M2
- Attention: Mr. Brian Glenn
- Fax: 506-327-4300
DowntownS Miramichi BusinesS District
- Website: http://downtownsmiramichi.com
- About: In 1999, Downtown Miramichi Business Network became the new name of the Newcastle Business Association, which had been formed in 1983 to ensure that the former Town of Newcastle had a strong, vital and livable business district that all citizens could be proud of. However, in 2006 after the completion of a Downtown Revitalization Strategy focused on Miramichi’s two downtowns the name DowntownS Miramichi – Newcastle Business District was adopted. Our sister Business Improvement Area is now known as DowntownS Miramichi – Historic Chatham Business District
- Contact: P.O. Box 12
- Miramichi, NB
- E1V 3M2
Downtown Moncton Centre-ville Inc.
- Website: http://downtownmoncton.com
- About: Downtown Moncton Centre-ville Inc. (DMCI) is dedicated to the heart of Metro Moncton! We are committed to creating an attractive place for investors while building a vibrant and inviting atmosphere for tourists and citizens alike.
DMCI is a private, non-profit organization serving the interests of building and business owners in the downtown core while fostering a positive environment for individuals to work, shop, play, live, and invest.
- Contact: 104-770 Main Street
- Moncton, NB
- E1C 1E7
Perth-Andover Downtown Development Corp.
- Website: http://www.perth-andover.com/
- About: Perth-Andover is located on the Saint John River, 40 km south of Grand Falls near the mouth of the Tobique River. Perth on the east side of the river and Andover on the west were amalgamated into one village in 1966 and have a population service area in excess of 6 000 people. Nestled between the rolling hills of the upper river valley, this picturesque village is often referred to as the “Gateway to the Tobique.” Ten kilometers to the west of the Municipality is the U.S. border and to the south about 80 kilometers is the Town Woodstock and the entrance to Interstate 95 leading to the New England states.
- Contact: 1131 West Riverside Drive
- Perth-Andover, NB
- E7H 5G5
Petitcodiac Downtown Business Association Inc.
- Website: http://www.villageofpetitcodiac.com
- About: Petitcodiac is a small community with a big heart located along the Petitcodiac River from which it takes its name. We are a self-contained community with a full range of services from health care to education, recreational facilities and a downtown retail area. From the quietness of the downtown park gazebo to the packed attendance at the Westmorland County Fair, to the screams of laughter in the outdoor pool, and the rivalry of hockey teams at the arena; the feeling of community surrounds you.
- Contact: 124 Main Street,
- P.O. Box 2591 Stn Main
- Petitcodiac, NB E4Z 6H4
La Corporation d’Amélioration des Affaires de Richibucto Inc.
- Website: http://www.richibucto.org
- About: The Richibucto Business Improvement Area was created by the municipality in 1989, to develop the downtown area. Since it was founded, the Corporation has invested more than a million dollars in the revitalization of downtown. Some of its biggest achievements are: the pedestrian trail along the Richibucto River, the Louis J. Robichaud Park, the development of Cartier Boulevard (installation of decorative street lighting and planting of trees), as well as many other improvement projects.
- Contact: 9235, rue Main, Unité 1
- Richibucto, NB
- E4W 4B4
Mainstreet Redevelopment Sackville Inc.
- Website: http://sackville.com
- About: Explore our community of culture, featuring music, art galleries, theatre and more. Discover the natural beauty of the windswept marshes and coastal cliffs formed by the powerful Fundy tides. Find out about outdoor adventure and bird watching (and book a tour!) at the Sackville Waterfowl Park, and enjoy the variety of family-operated shops and services that will make your vacation a memorable one.
- Contact: 13 Bridge Street
- Sackville, NB E4L 3N6
Uptown Saint John
- Website: http://www.uptownsj.com
- About: Being the oldest incorporated city in Canada, and the largest city in New Brunswick, Saint John has deep roots. Uptown is home to many diverse business interests including a growing IT sector, a large legal and financial base serving the Province, education and a variety of specialized retail and service based businesses.
Uptown residents are fortunate to have a wide variety of housing options and amenities at their doorstep. Rich in historical character, and with the best of dining, theatre, greenspace and harbour views, uptown Saint John is now the coolest urban place to live on the East Coast.
- Contact: 17 Canterbury Street, Suite 180
- Saint John, NB
- E2L 1G3
Centre-Ville Shediac Downtown
- Website: http://shediac.ca
- About: More than ever, our business partners have confidence in the great development potential of the town of Shediac; and the town is doing what is necessary to make it easier for these key players to contribute to the long-term development of the municipality.The town of Shediac is currently in the process of developing charts with supporting statistics that will show private companies the municipality’s potential. More than ever, the town of Shediac is open for business
- Contact: 290 rue Main, Unite 300
- Shediac, NB
- E4P 2E3
Corporation d’Amélioration du Centre-ville de Shippagan Inc.
- Website: http://www.shippagan.ca/
- About: Nestled between Chaleur Bay and the Gulf of St. Lawrence, Shippagan’s seafaring tradition is as alive today as it was in the past, with the largest fleet of inshore and offshore fishing vessels in New Brunswick calling the harbour home.
- Contact: 200, avenue Hôtel de Ville
- Shippagan, NB
- E8S 1M1
St. Andrews Business Improvement Corp.
- Website: http://www.townofstandrews.ca
- About: Today, Saint Andrews represents one of the best preserved examples of colonial heritage in North America. While maintaining its charm, Saint Andrews is also a dynamic, prosperous community. Small town values and friendly neighbours mix easily with a spirited business environment. For the residents of Saint Andrews, life is indeed charmed.
- Contact: 212 Water Street
- St. Andrews, NB
- E5B 1B4
St. George Business Improvement Corporation Inc.
- Website: http://www.town.stgeorge.nb.ca
- About: Red granite that is. Granite Town, nestled around the Fundy basin, is rock solid in its hospitality and natural beauty. Pocket a small sample of our famous St. George Red as you explore one of the many quarries that flourished in the 1800’s.
Camera buffs, take a wide angle view from the lower bridge of the historic mill and First Falls, the original name for the town. Capture the ebb and flow of river and bay as the waters of the basin meet those of the magnificent Magaguadavic River. Explore in detail the gorge, watch carefully for osprey overhead or Atlantic salmon maneuvering the fish ladder.
St. George, Granite Town, First Falls is a loyalist town, historic in culture, diverse in architecture; featuring Canada’s oldest Presbyterian Kirk.
- Contact: 1 Main Street
- St. George, NB E5C 3H9
- Phone: 506-755-2810
St. Stephen Business Improvement Area Inc.
- Website: http://town.ststephen.nb.ca
- About: St. Stephen is Canada’s Chocolate Town, home of Ganong Bros Ltd., Canada’s oldest candy company, and is the place to “Discover the Wonder of Chocolate”. Follow the sweet history of this small-town community, which is also one of the busiest Canadian/U.S. border crossings in the province.
- Contact: PO Box 384
- St. Stephen, NB
- E3L 2X3
Sussex Downtown Business Association
- Website: http://sussexdowntown.com
- About: Sussex NB is a picturesque rural community situated in the rolling countryside of south central New Brunswick. Its many heritage buildings are home to quaint shops and restaurants that line our streets and invite you to discover what makes us the heart of the “Picture Province”. Downtown Sussex has remained one of the healthiest, most vibrant downtown’s in New Brunswick if not the Maritimes.
- Contact: 1-66 Broad Street
- Sussex, NB E4E 5S2
- (506) 433-5556
Centre-ville (Tracadie-Sheila), Inc.
- Website: http://www.tracadie-sheila.ca
- About: Bursting with energy and warm Acadian hospitality, this quaint seaside community offers many fun-filled vacation activities and lots of joie de vivre. Nestled between two rivers with a lovely view of the Gulf of St. Lawrence, Tracadie-Sheila is your holiday “hot spot” on the Acadian Peninsula.
- Contact: C.P. 20025 (Centre-Ville)
- Tracadie-Sheila, NB
- E1X 1G6
- Website: http://www.town.woodstock.nb.ca
- About: Woodstock is a picturesque town located on the banks of the Meduxnekeag and St. John Rivers, that strikes the perfect balance between history and entrepreneurial growth. As New Brunswick’s first incorporated town, Woodstock boasts a variety of 19th century Victorian homes and churches. Couple this history with a unique blend of shops, restaurants, and outdoor adventure there is something for everyone.
- Contact: 111 King St.
- Woodstock, NB E7M 2Y4