Thanks to its geographic location, its infrastructure ad well as the quality of services, the population and the business of Restigouche have access to a multitude of opportunities to export and communicate with the World.
The region has an adequate highway system. The prime artery for this network is Route 11 which allows travel from Campbellton to other large centers to the south of the Province, while going through Bathurst & Miramichi. The major secondary routes allowing access to this artery are Route 17 which joins Campbellton to the West of the county, also Route 134 which runs along the Bay of Chaleur to the Eastern extremity of the County. To reach te Gaspé Peninsula (Route 132) from Route 134, one must cross the JC Van Horne Interprovincial Bridge that links Campbellton and Pointe à la Croix. Restigouche is the entryway to the Gaspé markets….Gateway to the Maritimes.
FibreOp is readily available throughout most of the region and major telcom companies are present for internet, land lines and/or cellular service.
- NB Power provides electricity to New Brunswick and Restigouche.
- Fuel – Oil as well as propane gas is distributed in the region for residential and commercial use in bulk or retail format
- Natural Gas is as of yet unavailable
Restigouche Regional Service Commission encompasses the municipalities, communities and Local service districts from Durham Parish (excluding Belledune) in the East to the Kedgwick Rural Community in the West.
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