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Old Posted Jan 10, 2012, 5:01 AM
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Two similar Dartmouth, one Halifax and a distant Bedford :








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Old Posted Jan 14, 2012, 3:35 AM
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Old Posted Jan 14, 2012, 2:34 PM
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Fredericton now there's a city I don't hear about often, thanks for sharing the pic! It looks quaint and peaceful.
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Old Posted Jan 14, 2012, 5:19 PM
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The Dartmouth skyline is changing a lot. Two highrises are under construction in that photo and two more are going to start in the next couple of months. Next year the plan is to begin construction on a 33-storey building, and there are a few other proposals that might move forward.
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Here are a few more pictures of New Brunswick's "tiny perfect capital" from the same source as the one already posted by KnoxfordGuy









The first three are of the downtown area, the last one is of the campus of UNB.
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Old Posted Jan 14, 2012, 7:40 PM
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Here are a few more pictures of New Brunswick's "tiny perfect capital" from the same source as the one already posted by KnoxfordGuy









The first three are of the downtown area, the last one is of the campus of UNB.

The biggest thing that stands out for me is the shape of the roads. They all look like they are in pristine condition. How diverse is the weather there?
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Old Posted Jan 14, 2012, 9:04 PM
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One day it is +10C the next it is -10C. Gotta love New Brunswick lol. In the winter that is haha!
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Wow, Fredericton looks lovely. Sadly I missed it on my last trip through NB.
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It looks so pretty and manicured!
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Fredericton looks very nice and pristine. The University looks really nice too. I like when universities stick with one type of design asthetic and carry it through to newer buildings.


Here are a couple new ones of Regina with the current office tower under construction. A bit of a canyon effect forming. There are also rumours of a tower going up between the one being constructed now and the FCC tower on the right.

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That second picture is pretty awesome! I wouldn't have thought that was Regina unless I was told!
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Wow, not at all how I thought the street view in Regina would look, pretty amazing.
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Regina is an overachiever and is goin' off!

Nice Pics!
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It looks so pretty and manicured!
A lot of the Maritimes look like that. It's a more genteel part of the country.
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Regina has outstanding density in those shots.
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Fredericton now there's a city I don't hear about often, thanks for sharing the pic! It looks quaint and peaceful.
It is completely sprawled, leaving the downtown stagnant and uninspiring.

This picture will likely hold accurate for decades to come.
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This view is incredible. It's amazing that Regina (a city of only 220 000!) can have such density.

Also, that building on the right looks kind of like a mini EAP.
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