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The Buctouche River (colloquially spelt Bouctouche) is a river in eastern New Brunswick, Canada which empties into the Buctouche Bay in the Northumberland Strait in the town of Bouctouche.

The river's name means "Big Little Harbour" in the Mi'kmaq.

River communities

River crossings

See also

References

Coordinates: 46°22′16″N 64°52′40″W / 46.371095°N 64.877701°W / 46.371095; -64.877701