Cape Jourimain visitor centre at Confederation Bridge gets axe

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Cape Jourimain Provincial Visitor Information Centre in Bayfield, New Brunswick.

Falls victim to cuts in New Brunswick's budget Tuesday, which also gave up on highway tolls

The Cape Jourimain visitor information centre, located on the New Brunswick-side of the Confederation Bridge will be closed.

The centre fell victim to budget cuts announced on Tuesday. The province said low usage prompted the closure.

The centre provided an opportunity for drivers to stretch their legs on one of the three nature trails near the centre.

New Brunswick did nix plans for highway tolls in the province saying there was “little consensus” on the plan to introduce tolls at various points across the province.

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Geographic location: New Brunswick

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  • lenticular_cloud
    February 03, 2016 - 08:37

    Great! Now where's a fella supposed to use the washroom now!

    • Wendy
      February 03, 2016 - 17:53

      WELL, maybe they shouldn't have put in the BIG WHITE ELEPHANT, even if you had to wait for the ferry, there was always a place to get something to eat, stretch your legs and yes go to the bathroom !!! I think it looks good on all of those people who thought this would be a great thing !!!! Who's laughing now ?????