March 13, 1992 (34th Parliament, 3rd Session)


Robert Alfred Corbett

Progressive Conservative

Mr. Bob Corbett (Fundy-Royal):

Madam Speaker, I would like to draw the attention of all hon. members to a recent survey by Chatelaine magazine which names Sussex, New Brunswick, which is located in my riding of Fundy-Royal, as being one of the top 10 towns to live in in Canada.
Sussex, considered by some to be the quintessential rural community, offers its residents the opportunity to ski the slopes of Poley Mountain, enjoy the splendour and magnificent sights of Fundy National Park on a year-long basis, and participate in the many festivals offered throughout the year.
If that were not enough to make one live in Sussex, it also enjoys a sound agricultural base, two potash mines and several food and dairy processors to maintain the 90 per cent regional employment rate.
I know that all members of this House will want to join with me in congratulating Sussex on being named one of the top 10 towns to live in.

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