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Monthly Archives: April 2016

National Emergency Preparedness Week May 1-7

National Emergency Preparedness Week May 1-7

The following message was issued by Justice and Public Safety Minister Stephen Horsman in recognition of National Emergency Preparedness Week, May 1-7: Taking action to protect you and your family in the event of an emergency begins before an emergency happens. National Emergency Preparedness Week is coordinated by Public Safety Canada in close collaboration with […] Read more »

Premier Launches New Brunswick’s Open Data Policy

Premier Launches New Brunswick’s Open Data Policy

Premier Gallant unveiled the province’s new open data policy on Thursday April 28th while attending the 2016 Canadian Open Data Summit in Saint John. “The establishment of an open data policy will foster new start-up businesses, increase transparency and enable New Brunswickers to help solve some of the challenges our province is facing,” said Gallant. “Providing […]

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Organ and Tissue Donor Awareness Week

Organ and Tissue Donor Awareness Week

Health Minister Victor Boudreau is encouraging New Brunswickers to observe National Organ and Tissue Donor Awareness Week this week, April 18th to the 25th. “This important week gives us the opportunity to show our support to those waiting for a tissue or organ donation,ˮ said Boudreau. “At the same time, this week serves as a […]

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Forest-fire season begins April 18th

Forest-fire season begins April 18th

The 2016 forest-fire season in New Brunswick begins on April 18th. Each year, the season begins on the third Monday of April and continues through until October 31st unless otherwise indicated. Anyone igniting a Category 1 fire (fires with a diameter of three metres or less) should ensure burning is allowed in that area. This […] Read more »






Culture Plus: A strong new partner for NB’s cultural workforce

Culture Plus: A strong new partner for NB’s cultural workforce

An important player is taking the stage in NB’s cultural sector. Several years of collaboration within the cultural sector has led to the establishment of the Cultural Human Resources Council of New Brunswick (Culture Plus), a not-for-profit, bilingual organization committed to ensuring the vitality of the cultural workforce through life-long career development and training. Read more »






Free Tuition for Low-income & Middle-class Families

Free Tuition for Low-income & Middle-class Families

Premier Brian Gallant and Post-Secondary Education, Training, and Labour Minister Francine Landry have announced that through the Education and New Economy Fund, tuition will be free for New Brunswick students from low-income and many middle-class families. The announcement was made today at the University of New Brunswick. The new Tuition Access Bursary was established to […] Read more »






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