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St. John is the home to the third largest Canada's port. St. John is situated in the Bay of Fundy, in the province of New Brunswick. St John has a population of nearly 70 thousand inhabitants and most of the population in St. John is linked professionally to its harbor.
St. John Travelers' Frequently Asked Questions
Q. What is the best season to visit St. John?
A. The best time to visit St. John and the New Brunswick province is in the summer time. St. John has clear, sunny weather in the summer as oposed to the autums which tends to be quite wet. If you want to travel to St. John in the summer, bear in mind that a flight ticket to St. John might be more expensive than a ticket purchased in other season.
Q. How can I reach St. John from Ottawa? Where can I get a flight ticket?
A. If you are looking for an airfare ticket from Ottawa to St. John, you should check out the Porter Airlines. Porter has flights to St. John on daily basis, with a return ticket for a reasonable price. Remember that the return ticket is cheaper than a single ticket when purchased separately for your flight to St. John.
Q. Are there any historic sites in St. John?
A. St. John is a historic city which dates back to the 18th century. Many immigrants from Ireland settled in St. John and so the architecture of St. John reflects on the Irish tradition. There are over ten historic monuments in St. John, including Catholic churches which require no entrance ticket if you want to visit them.