Université de Moncton
Greater Moncton Roméo LeBlanc International Airport
Welcome to Moncton
Moncton is a Canadian city located in the southeastern portion of the province of New Brunswick. The city has earned the nickname “Hub City” due to its central location in the region and its history as a railway and land transportation hub for the Maritimes. Most of the placements offered in Moncton are located on or close to the campus and are within walking distance of the residence (library, housing services, restaurants, etc.).
Accommodation is provided with your participation in the program. You will be staying in the University of Moncton residences.
The Greater Moncton International Airport (YQM code) hosts most domestic and some international flights. It is located in the town of Dieppe, east of Moncton a fifteen minute drive from the city centre.
Central Train Station
Located at 1240 Main Street (506) 857-9830. The train routes connect major towns in the Maritime and the Eastern part of Quebec and Montreal.
VIA Rail – Moncton Train Station
The Bus Terminal
Located at 1240 Main Street, (506) 854-2023. Near the train station.
Maritime Bus – Moncton Terminal
The transportation network in the Metropolitan Moncton Area is the Codiac Transpo.
Consult the following website for maps, schedules and fares of course.
Codiac Transpo – All Bus Routes
Moncton Taxis Listing
Biking in the Greater Moncton:
Network maps of bike paths
Bike Map – New Brunswick
Trailforks – Moncton Mountain Biking Trails
MapMyRide – Moncton Cycling Trails
The New Brunswick Trails Council
Trail Peak – Centennial Park Mountain Bike Trails
Road condition and Traffic information
Dial 511 within New Brunswick or 1-800-561-4063 outside of New Brunswick
New Brunswick – Transportation and Infrastructure
Road construction report in New Brunswick
New Brunswick – Traffic Advisories / Road Construction Report
Highway cameras in New-Brunswick
Employment Standards Act
New Brunswick – Employment Standards Act (PDF)
Rights and Responsibilities
New Brunswick – Employment Standards Rights and Responsibilities
Medical care and clinics
If you need to see a doctor, please go to medical clinics without appointment to get non-emergency medical care. Check the list of medical clinics in the following website
New Brunswick Medical Society – After Hours Clinics or Walk-in Clinics
TELE-CARE 811 is a free, bilingual, 24 hour/7 days a week confidential health advice phone service provided by the provincial government. Registered nurses provide telephone triage, advice, education and information for symptom-specific health conditions.
If there is a medical emergency, please call 9-1-1 or go to the emergency department of the nearest hospital.
911 – emergency number (toll free)
Call this number for all emergencies where there is a danger to life or property
Activities and Events
Moncton and is a lively town. There is a lot of things to do in the summer. Here are some websites that provide information on interesting activities to do in Greater Moncton region, and the list of summer events.
Moncton – City Attractions
Tourism New Brunswick
My Community Calendar
Marché Moncton Market