Waterville, New Brunswick

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Waterville may refer to two different locations in the Canadian province of New Brunswick:

Waterville is a Canadian rural community in Carleton County, New Brunswick on Route 590.

Waterville is a Canadian rural community in Sunbury County, New Brunswick.

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