New Brunswick Recovery Levels

Click here for the Recovery Level Comparison (January 2021) determined by the Government of New Brunswick under the advice and guidance of the Chief Medical Officer of Health.

For more information on the Public Health Recovery Levels. 

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Job offers available 


Recreational Facilities - Red Level Alert

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Following the associated measures determined by the Government of New Brunswick under the advice and guidance of the Chief Medical Officer of Health, please note that our recreational facilities will be closed to the public during the Red Alert Level of New Brunswick's COVID-19 recovery plan.

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Snowshoes Rental Program

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2021 Registration


Residents can purchase dog tags at the municipality until March 31, 2021 (without late fee). Info: Municipal Building, 758-4078 or Animal Control Officer, Anne Robichaud, 863-4411.

Snowshoes Rental Program


Click here for the details


This year, please follow public health guidelines when planning your holiday celebrations:


• Holiday Guidance for Businesses

• Holiday Guidelines for Individuals


Holiday Activities 

The Village de Memramcook invites you to participate in various activities that will undoubtedly put you in the holiday spirit. 


📌 Deadline Extention Date for the Water Incentive Program


Please note that the deadline for the Water Incentive Program will be extended to December 31, 2020.

Due to abnormal drought in 2020, the Village de Memramcook has set up a new water incentive program​ that aims to help people who are currently experiencing a lack of water at their residence. For questions about your eligibility for the program, please contact the municipality at 758-4078 or click here for more info.

As of November 20, Zone 1 (Moncton region) is back in the Orange level.

Phase orange Memramcook

Please note: wearing face masks is mandatory in public spaces, both indoors and outdoors.

Outdoor public spaces include parks, playgrounds, markets, festival sites and walking trails. A mask is not required while walking, jogging or cycling with people in the same bubble, where they are unlikely to encounter people, or risk coming within two metres of, people from outside their bubble.

Following Zone 1’s return to the Orange level under the province’s revised COVID-19 recovery plan, the Eugène (Gene) LeBlanc Arena remains open. 

Recreational and sports organizations may operate but are limited to practices and/or skills and drills within a single team.

🔸 Only one parent/spectator per player can be present during the activity.

Read the new arena operational plan.

More details on current public health alert level.


The Memramcook Golf Course is delighted to present its new additions for 2021!



2021 Membership Form
2021Junior Program Membership Form
2021 Rates
2021 Rates & Membership fees

2021 Tournament and Group Pricing

Notice - Remembrance Day 2020 

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Guidelines to follow for a Fun and Safe Halloween


Alert levels and associated measures are determined by the Government of New Brunswick under the advice and guidance of the Chief Medical Officer of Health.

🟡 Since we are returning to the YELLOW phase, door-to-door trick-or-treating is permitted if Public Health Advice is followed.

Please see the following document for the full guidelines.

National Francophone Immigration Week 


From November 1 to 7, Canada celebrates National Francophone Immigration Week, organized by the ''Fédération des communautés francophones et acadienne du Canada'' (FCFA).

This event honours the diversity of the Francophone experience across Canada.

Click here
 for an inventory of innovative or popular activities allowing intercultural exchange in Francophone and Acadian communities.

Rendez-vous d'automne 2020

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The Rendez-vous d’automne run throughout the month of October! Our 6th edition organized with several local businesses and organizations features a variety of activities!

Click here for the full schedule of events. (Please note - following the transition to the Orange level under the province’s COVID-19 recovery plan, certain scheduled activities may be postponed or cancelled.)  

Orange Level - Events 


Please note that the following activities of the Village de Memramcook are cancelled due to Zone 1’s transition to the Orange level under the province’s COVID-19 recovery plan:

🔸 The bird watching outings that were scheduled to take place on October 17 & 18 have been cancelled.
🔸 The Community Yard Sale that was scheduled to take place on Saturday, October 24 has been cancelled.

The municipality regrets any inconvenience this may cause and appreciates everyone's cooperation.

Guidelines to follow for a Fun and Safe Halloween

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Alert levels and associated measures are determined by the Government of New Brunswick under the advice and guidance of the Chief Medical Officer of Health.

🔸 If we remain in the ORANGE alert level, door-to-door collecting and giving out of treats is not permitted. If we return to the YELLOW alert level, door-to-door trick-or-treating is permitted if Public Health Advice is followed.

Please see the document below for the full guidelines. ▶️

New Water Incentive Program


Due to abnormal drought in 2020, the Village de Memramcook has set up a new water incentive program​ that aims to help people who are currently experiencing a lack of water at their residence. For questions about your eligibility for the program, please contact the municipality at 758-4078 or click here for more information.


Community Yard Sale

Come and discover hidden treasures at our 7th Annual Community Yard Sale!

*The deadline to submit your name and address is Friday, October 16, 2020. Register by calling 758-4078 or by sending an email to

**Those participating in the community yard sale must comply with the measures put in place by the Province to prevent COVID-19. 
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Our Fall Birds

Don't miss the Fall Bird Watching Outing with naturalist Alain Clavette. There will be two outings:

• Saturday, October 17
• Sunday, October 18

The activity, which is free, will begin at 8:30 a.m. infront of the Abbey-Landry School. Participants will then follow eachother caravan style with their car to discover the birds in the Valley. Please note that registration is required (only 15 places per outing).

To register: 758-4078 /

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New By-Law Enforcement Officers
The Village de Memramcook is pleased to announce that it has recently retained the services of Maritime Enforcement Services Inc to serve as Municipal By-Law Enforcement relating to dangerous and unsightly premises.   The municipality therefore wishes to inform its population of the presence of agents in uniform and in security patrol vehicles in the area.  For any questions or concerns, please contact the Municipal Office at 758-4078.

Outdoor Concert   


An outdoor concert with Laurie LeBlanc, Reveil and Cayouche will mark the 25th anniversary of the incorporation of the Village de Memramcook. Co-presented with the Monument-Lefebvre, the show will take place on Saturday, September 26 in the parking lot behind the Monument-Lefebvre!

Live a unique experience by booking a pod for 6 people at the price of $80 or $110 and / or bring your car for the price of $40. 

Tickets will be on sale from Saturday, September 5 at 9 a.m. via the website / by phone at 506-758-9808 / in person at Monument-Lefebvre.

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Memramcook Golf Club    

New members who want to join our club for the 2021 season will have the chance to golf for free for the rest of the 2020 season (beginning September 15) by paying a portion of the membership fee now, that is $250 plus HST and the balance at the beginning of the 2021 golf season. In addition, each 2021 new member will receive 4 free green fees!


September 1st 2020



The Village de Memramcook opposes the sale of the Memramcook Institute and proposes a private international bilingual school


(Memramcook, NB) – During a press conference held this morning at the Monument-Lefebvre National Historic Site in Memramcook, the Mayor for the Village de Memramcook, Michel Gaudet, accompanied by Mr. Bernard Cormier and Dr. Aurel Schofield, reputed businessmen who have worked on the realization of several notable projects, proudly presented an innovative and refreshing approach to learning intended for the former “Collège Saint-Joseph”.

First, the Mayor explains the milestones that prompted the municipality to set in motion today’s important announcement. The turning point was the recent news that the Provincial Government was considering selling the Memramcook Institute to the private sector.

The Mayor informed the audience that during a Municipal Council Meeting held last night, August 31st, it was unanimously motioned to oppose the sale of the heritage building by the provincial government to the private sector. He adds that the Village de Memramcook is asking the provincial government for the first right of refusal regarding the purchase of the property.

For several years, discussions and studies have been initiated in order to present a comprehensive proposal to the provincial government to revive the historic building that has served as a landmark for over 150 years. The envisioned development project includes a community center, the possibility of establishing a “Bibliothèque nationale de l’Acadie” and a private international bilingual school. The historic establishment would once again become the vibrant place it was for thousands who still reminisce over great memories shared.

Dr Aurel Schofield explains in detail the concept of a private international bilingual school in Memramcook - an ideal project to continue the educational mission of the former “Collège Saint-Joseph”, a heritage institution where several renowned people who shaped Acadian history studied.   In development for more than a year now, the large-scale project which has received the support of renowned partners, such as IPSOS and EY, should be completed with a final decision in the first quarter of 2021.

The project which is modernized to fit the needs of the upcoming generation is the key to creating new venues by offering unique opportunities and a diversified range of services easily accessible to its population as well as to local and international students from both French and English linguistic communities. In addition, the project would generate economic prosperity for the young growing community while maintaining a captivating visibility for its tourism sector.

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Additional information :

Michel Gaudet, Mayor, Village de Memramcook

Tel. : (506) 758-4078 / email :  


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Mid-season rates at the Memramcook Golf Club are now available. Check out the 2020 membership form on our website. 


We're hiring!


The Village de Memramcook will receive offers for the following positions:

  • Labourer 1 (Arena Operator and Summer Maintenance) - full-time and permanent position. Click here for the detailed job description. 

Please send your offer letter  along with a your resume by mail, in person or by email no later than Monday, August 17, 2020, at noon, to the attention of:

Caroline LeBlanc,
Chief Administrative Officer/Director of Finance
Village de Memramcook
540 CentraleSt.
Memramcook NB E4K 3S6

Fêtons le quinzou 2020

Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the Village de Memramcook will not be hosting a regular community celebration for Acadian Day. However, with a few modifications and the help of technology and social media, we are excited to offer you a modified and virtual program.
Thank you Canadian Heritage for the contribution!

Latest Events

January 30

Frank Williams - Ça s'en vient!

A LIVE show which will include all songs from his most recent album ''Ça s'en vient'' as well as some of the hit singles from his time on La Voix. Come sing, dance, and maybe even shed a few tears with Frank Williams known to deliver touching performances.

$28 regular
$24 member
$12 student

January 31

2021 Chandeleur

For several years, the Memramcook Food Banks have organized their non-perishable food collection and / or monetary donations. This year, the pandemic is forcing us to do things differently. Since it will not be possible to go door-to-door, here is what we suggest to you in order to help us come help individuals and families in need. On Sunday January 31 (in case of a storm, postponed until the following Sunday, February 7) we invite you to come and bring / drop off your non-perishable food donation or your monetary donation at the following locations from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m .:

  • N-D-de-l'Annonciation Parish  - Pré-d'en-Haut Golden Age Club 
  • N-D-de-Lourdes Parish - at the Knights of Columbus
  • St-Thomas Parish - at the food bank, Salle Mère-Marie-Léonie.
We will issue an official tax receipt for all monetary donations. For check, make it in the name of your parish, either: Paroisse Notre-Dame-de-l'Annonciation / Paroisse Notre-Dame-de-Lourdes / Paroisse St-Thomas. If cash, include either your church envelope number or your full name and address. Thank you for sharing / for your generosity. 

February 14

Christine Melanson - Cent millions d’années

''Cent millions d'années'' is a performance that draws on both theater and poetry and has a finer, electric, yet honest sound. The universe on offer is sweet, yet intense, which feels like an impromptu visit from old friends who tell each other everything that has happened in their lives and who end up crying bitterly and laughing out loud. 

Tickets: $22 regular / $18 member & student / 506.758.9808