One of the main English towns on the peninsula, Loyalist-founded New Carlisle has New Brunswick–style clapboard houses and Protestant, Anglican and Presbyterian churches on grid-arranged streets. Incongruously, René Lévesque, that icon of Québécois Francophone identity politics, grew up here, at 16 Rue Mount Sorel.
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