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Mayor Caroline St-Piere Taylor



Current Mayor of Doaktown - Mayor Caroline Taylor
Born in Granby, Quebec, the third of five children. Studied in Granby, Quebec until university. Graduated from McGill University (MacDonald College) with a degree in Animal Science in 1982. Moved to Fredericton to become the Manager of the N.B. Cattle Producers Association.  Over the next few years, worked for the N.B. Nurses Union as a communication officer, TransCanada Pipelines (Sable Gas System) as their spokesperson, the N.B. Department of Agriculture as a Grain Grader and finally with the Federal Government at Agriculture and Agrifood Canada, first as a Communications Officer and finally as the Manager of Programs and Farm Debt Mediation for the East (Ontario, Quebec, and the Atlantic Provinces. Worked there for 27 years, to date, and continue to enjoy the challenges the job brings daily.

Moved to Doaktown in 1991, Married Everett Taylor and together we raised 4 children.

In 1996, we opened Ledges Inn and have been operating the business ever since.  This past year (2021), with all the COVID challenges, we built and finally opened the Lower Ledge Gastropub.  Our businesses employ over 30 people seasonally.

I made Doaktown my home the day I moved here.

About Doaktown

The village of Doaktown is located in the heart of the Miramichi, along the Miramichi River. The famous Miramichi River is one of the most productive salmon rivers in the world, in both past and present day. Not only is the Southwest Miramichi River among the top 10 cleanest rivers in the world, it is home to the elusive Atlantic salmon that has tempted the skill of men for centuries. Doaktown's history is both colourful and diverse, changing with time and industry. Home to the Atlantic Salmon Museum, the Doak Historic Site, the Old Mill Pond Golf Club, and numerous fishing and outdoor adventure experiences.

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Village of Doaktown

Address: 8 Miramichi Street, Doaktown, NB, Canada, E9C 1C8

Phone: 506-365-7970

Fax: 506-365-7111

Email: info@doaktown.ca