Government of New Brunswick

Government of New Brunswick Duty to Consult Policy

The Government of New Brunswick will consult with First Nations before an action or decision is taken that may adversely impact Aboriginal and treaty rights.

Bilateral Agreement

A new era in Aboriginal-provincial relations has been ushered in with the signing of the Mi'kmaq, Maliseet, Province of New Brunswick Relationship Building Bilateral Agreement in a ceremony at the Legislative Assembly in Fredericton.

Child Welfare Review

The Office of the Child and Youth Advocate is performing an independent review of child welfare services in New Brunswick’s 15 First Nations communities.

 

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Healing to Wellness court officially opened

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Dedication ceremony for Elder Peter Bernard

Dedication ceremony for Elder Peter Bernard

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