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New Brunswick, Saint John, Loyalist Day, 21 gun salute with artillery
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Loyalist Day is Celebrated in Saint John on May 18th. May 18th, 2012 marks the 229th anniversary of the landing of the first Loyalist fleet in 1783, as well as Saint John’s 227th birthday, as Canada’s first incorporated city, in 1785, a direct result of the Loyalist landings.

A 21 gun salute was preformed with artilary at noon for the occation.

In the Summer and Fall cruise ship arraive at this location to enjoy the city.

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Uploaded: 30/05/2012
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