First off, I live in the province of New Brunswick located on Canada's east coast between Quebec and Nova Scotia.
Now on to a few cool facts about New Brunswick:
Saint John, New Brunswick (where I was born) is Canada's oldest incorporated city.
New Brunswick's Bay of Fundy has the highest tides in the world. In some areas a boat can by tied to wharf and a few hours later sitting on the ocean floor.
Hartland, New Brunswick has the longest covered bridge in the world, measuring 1282 feet long.
Saint John, New Brunswick boasts the world famous reversing falls. Now before you get too excited, it's not a waterfall that runs in reverse. :) And you would not believe how many tourists come into the city expecting something just like that. What happens is that the the Saint John river empties into the Bay of Fundy, but when the tides are high, it forces the river to turn and run upstream, which happens twice a day.
This is the same river (though I don't live near the Bay) that has twice flooded enough to turn my backyard into a lake.
Now your turn. Share a cool fact about your little corner of the world. :)