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Dieppe is the largest Acadian city in New Brunswick. It is
located on the Petitcodiac River in Southeastern of New Brunswick. It is
home to over 17,000 people, in an area of 60 km2 ,and it’s population
is 80% francophone and 20% Anglophone.
Dieppe is part of the Greater Moncton Area, which also includes
the city of Moncton, and Riverview. Although once a bedroom
community, Dieppe is now the fastest growing city in New
Brunswick in. Many large and small companies now operate from
the Dieppe industrial park. Notables include Armour Transport,
J.D. Irving, and Master Packaging, and Dieppe is also developing
their own downtown core.
Originally known as Leger Corner,
Dieppe received its present name upon incorporation in 1946 in
honor of the Canadian soldiers killed in the 1942 raid on
In 2003, Dieppe was officially upgraded from a town form of
government to that of a city.
Located in Dieppe is the "Champlain Place", the largest mall
in the province (also the largest single-story mall in the North
America); Crystal Palace amusement park; and
Greater Moncton International Airport, busiest in the
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How to get to Dieppe, New Brunswick
Whether it be from Ontario, Quebec, New England or elsewhere,
getting to Dieppe via the Trans-Canada Highway is easy.
To get to Dieppe’s Champlain Place, the largest shopping mall
in Atlantic Canada, simply follow these directions:
Route 2, Exit 467A, then Route 15 west, exit 10, left onto Paul Street, then
right at the traffic lights.
If you would rather not drive to Dieppe, take advantage of the city’s
international airport, known as the MONCTON Airport (YQM).
You can also take the train from Montreal to Moncton, Dieppe’s neighbouring
city (the Moncton train station is located approximately four kilometers from
Dieppe city limits). A Moncton-Montreal train service is available daily.
Distances between Dieppe and selected Canadian and American cities
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ATTRACTIONS LOCATED CLOSE TO THE TOURNAMENT
There are 2 mayor attractions in the city of
Dieppe, which are very close to the tournament's location (About 5 minutes
drive). Those atraccions are the "Cristal Palace Amusement Park" an
entertainment place a the "Champlain Place",
the largest shopping centre in the Maritimes, which is located besides the
"Cristal Palace Amusement Park". Below there are more
information about these attractions.
Crystal Palace Amusement Park
There's no shortage of thrills for the young
at heart at Crystal Palace - the only indoor and outdoor amusement park in
Atlantic Canada. Feel your heart pound with excitement on the Bullet
roller-coaster and enjoy the view from high above on the Waveswinger.
There's lots more to ride, play and see...
Rides and attractions for all
ages - SkyFlyer, Lazer Runner, Carousel, Miniature Golf, Ferris Wheel,
Bumper Cars, Satellite, Columbus, Bumper Boats, Go-Karts, Play Park and much
Open all year round, rain or shine.
When you're ready for a break, enjoy a snack from the canteen or have a
seat in the full-service restaurant.
The Crystal Palace boasts Empire Cinemas, a Chapters bookstore, a major
hotel with a pool, and a convention centre. It's right next door to
Champlain Place, the largest shopping centre in the Maritimes.
Crystal Palace - it's better in here!
499 Paul St.
No admission fee, pay as you play.
Hours Of Operation
June 26 to September 5
Daily from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.
September 6 to June 25
Monday to Thursday from 12 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Friday from 12 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Saturday from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Sunday from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Closed December 25
The Champlain is the largest shopping centre in
the Maritimes. It has over 160 stores and services there
are thousands of gift ideas under one roof!!
Mon-Sat 10:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Sun 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM
477 Paul Street
TOURNAMENT LOCATION (Mathieu-Martin
High School - 511 Champlain Street )
ATTRACTIONS: CRYSTAL PALACE AND CHAMPLAIN PLACE (499
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