Saint-Isidore is a village in Gloucester County, north-eastern New Brunswick. There were 748 inhabitants in 2011.

Saint-Isidore is located between Bathurst and Tracadie-Sheila.

Saint-Isidore is named in honor of Isidore the Plowman, the patron saint of farmers.,_New_Brunswick

Saint-Isidore est un village du comté de Gloucester, au nord-est du Nouveau-Brunswick. On y comptaint 748 habitants en 2011.

Saint-Isidore est situé entre Bathurst et Tracadie-Sheila.

Saint-Isidore est nommé ainsi en l’honneur d’Isidore le Laboureur, le saint patron des agriculteurs.

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