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The town was named after Charles Sackville, 6th Earl of Dorset. The village of Sainte-Anne-de-Kent is located on the west bank of the Saint John River in northwestern New Brunswick, Canada. It is situated at kilometre 815 (mile 603) on Route 105 between Edmundston and Woodstock. The village has a population of approximately 1,000 people and serves as a service centre for surrounding communities such as Grand Falls/Grand Sault which are home to many seasonal residents who commute daily to work in Saint John or elsewhere in New Brunswick or Quebec via Route 105 which runs along the west bank of the river through this area connecting it with both provinces' main transportation corridors: Autoroute 15 (Quebec) and TransCanada Highway 1 (New Brunswick).