The Petitcodiac River /pɛtiˈkoʊdi.æk/ ( About this sound listen), known informally as the Chocolate River, is a river in south-eastern New Brunswick, Canada.


The Petitcodiac River Campaign was a series of British military operations from June to November 1758, during the French and Indian War to deport the ...


The Petitcodiac River's claim to fame is its tidal bore, forming twice a day as the tides from the Bay of Fundy push up river towards Moncton. Depending on the ...


Pet-Kout-Koy-ek, one of several original versions of the name now written as Petitcodiac and otherwise meaning 'the river that bends like a bow', is home to the ...

Dec 12, 2015 ... Take a Chilly Surf on The Petitcodiac River as the Tidal Bore passes through the City Of Moncton, New Brunswick - Canada.
Jul 12, 2015 ... Tidal bore surfer on the Petitcodiac River in Moncton, New Brunswick.
Sep 27, 2015 ... 09:35 (am) the Tidal Bore arrived in Moncton, New Brunswick (Canada) # exploreNB #exploreCanada.


Petitcodiac River, river in southeastern New Brunswick, Canada. About 60 miles ( 97 km) long, the river flows northeast and east and then south through a wide ...


Dec 20, 2016 ... A group in southeastern New Brunswick focused for years on the Petitcodiac River's shrinking salmon stock just marked a milestone.