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Located 3.1 km SE of Malauze and 3.1 km SW of Val-d'Amour: Addington Parish, Restigouche County: settled in 1843 by Acadians: first called Dubé Settlement for Baptiste Dubé and Audilon Dubé: received increased population through Free Grants Act of 1879: the community was renamed for Sir William MacBean George Colebrooke (1787-1870), lieutenant-governor of NB: also known as Coldbrook.

Latitude : 47° 56'

Longitude : 66° 43'

County : Restigouche

Parish : Addington

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Other communities within the vicinity of    

CommunityDistance (Kilometers)Bearing
Malauze 3.1 307° NW
Seven Mile Ridge 3.1 53° NE
Val-d'Amour 3.1 53° NE
McKendrick 3.73 90° E
* Distances and bearings were calculated by using the latitude and longitude of the community.