A Vibrant Economy

Do you have a business or are you thinking of establishing a business here in Bouctouche? Here is a list of available programs and organizations that could help and guide you in your projects. Bouctouche is a good place to develop or expand your business because we are located in the heart of Kent County.

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International Airport Roméo-LeBlanc International Airport

Greater Moncton Roméo-LeBlanc International Airport (45 km away) with daily flights connecting Bouctouche to the world.

Bouctouche has been identified as a model ecotourism project for the province of New Brunswick.

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1-866-444-2411 (No charge) info@bouctouche.ca


30 Evangeline Street
Bouctouche, New Brunswick
Canada E4S 3E4

bouctouche modèle de projet écotouristique

T. (506) 743-7000
F. (506) 743-7261
Town Hall welcomes you Monday to Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. (Open on lunch hour)
de 8h00 à 16h30. (Ouvert sur l'heure du diner)


A Vibrant Economy

Bouctouche has a vibrant economy that is continually growing. The largest municipality in the Kent region, Bouctouche has always been the center of business in southern Kent County. In 1985, the Town of Bouctouche's tax base was $40.7 million. Today, it is close to $243 million, a constant increase. Bouctouche has a municipal tax rate of $1.35 per $100 of assessment.

Bouctouche Business Park

The Bouctouche Business Park is located north of Irving Boulevard near Route 11. Zoning: Industrial, Total area: 108.9 acres, Available area: 92 acres, Price: $4,000 per acre, Services Electricity: NB Power offers customized services. Water: Individual development, Sewer: Municipal services, Paved roads




Bouctouche has been designated as a model ecotourism project for the province of New Brunswick. The Bouctouche watershed contains the largest number of ecosystems in one location in New Brunswick.

Within a distance of less than 35 kilometers, you will discover mature forest, managed forest, farmland, small rural communities, aboriginal communities, an imaginary Acadian village and a dune. All of these environments are intertwined in a network of rivers; all are accessible by boat, canoe, kayak or by foot and bicycle. These activities offer the opportunity to observe, learn and understand the links between these various ecological sites and the role that society plays in their conservation. A region that is very touristy especially in the summer.

Services offered to businesses


Chamber of Commerce
South Kent

Representing approximately one hundred local businesses and agencies, from sole proprietorships to small and medium sized businesses and large corporations, the South Kent Chamber of Commerce is a voluntary non-profit organization to represent and protect business interests in local economic development.

Tel: (506) 862-9551



The Kent Community Business Development Corporation (CBDC Kent) assists in the creation of small and medium-sized businesses as well as the expansion and modernization of existing businesses by providing entrepreneurs with financial and technical services.

Tel: (506) 743-2422


Bouctouche, New Brunswick

Opportunity New Brunswick introduces local and global companies, both in traditional and emerging industries, to the incredible advantages that the province has to offer. Together with our provincial, federal and community partners, we are making New Brunswick an entrepreneurial hub and a global destination for growth-oriented businesses.

Tel: 1 (506) 453-5471
Toll Free: 1 (855) 746-4662


Development Bank
of Canada

Business Development Bank of Canada

We're a bank like no other. We are BDC, the Business Development Bank of Canada, and the financial institution dedicated to Canadian entrepreneurs. We help create and grow strong Canadian businesses through financing, advisory services and capital, with a special focus on small and medium-sized businesses.

Tel: 1 (877) 232-2269

Atlantic Canada

The Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency works to create opportunities for economic growth in the region by helping businesses become more competitive, innovative and productive, by working with diverse communities to develop and diversify their economies, and by promoting Atlantic Canada's strengths.

Tel: (506) 851-6432



Improvement Corporation
of Bouctouche Business

In November 1988, a group of business people got together to create the Bouctouche Business Improvement Corporation. Beautification being the first priority, the Corporation immediately got to work and continues to this day.

Today's priorities and actions:

Priority 1 The major priority is the promotion of the downtown area.

Priority 2 Ensure that its merchants offer a full range of quality products and services and that their businesses are attractive to people.

Priority 3 Develop the downtown area in a harmonious manner to meet the needs of the visitor by directing them to the various attractions and places of accommodation and leisure.

Telephone: (506) 743-7260
Fax: (506) 743-7261

Financial Institutions

The National Bank of Canada

123 Irving Boulevard, Unit 1
Bouctouche, NB

Telephone: (506) 743-5526
Fax: (506) 743-5528

The Royal Bank of Canada

15 Irving Boulevard
Bouctouche, NB

Telephone: (506) 743-2401
Fax: (506) 743-2414

Uni Financial Cooperation

196 Irving Boulevard
Bouctouche, NB

Telephone: (506) 743-2423
Fax: (506) 743-6388

Shopping center

A few stores, restaurants and stores are established in the various streets of the municipality. There are garages and dealerships for the maintenance and purchase of cars.


Stella-Maris Hospital in Sainte-Anne-de-Kent (16 km away), Dr. Georges-L.-Dumont Hospital and Moncton Hospital in Moncton (50 km away). Doctors, dentists, optometrists, chiropractors, physiotherapists, etc. are located in Bouctouche.

Ambulance NB

24 hour service.


Bouctouche has 2 French schools and an excellent K-12 education system. There are approximately 670 students enrolled in these public schools.

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N'oubliez pas la Parade du Père Noël demain le 3 décembre. Elle partira à 6PM du Kent Homes pour se rendre à la Place LeBourg (COOP).À noter qu'il ne sera pas permis de stationner le long du boulevard Irving à compter de 5PM samedi pour la durée de la parade.Merci!*********************** Don't forget the Santa Claus Parade tomorrow, December 3rd. It will leave at 6PM from Kent Homes making its way to Place LeBourg (COOP).Please note that there will be no parking along Irving Boulevard as of 5PM on Saturday for the duration of the parade.Thank you!
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