Campbellton (kămˈbəltən) [key], city (1991 pop. 8,699), N N.B., Canada, on the Restigouche River near the head of Chaleur Bay. The city has large sawmills and is a shipping port for pulpwood. It is a starting point for canoe, fishing (salmon and trout), and hunting trips into the forested interior.
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