Government of New Brunswick
  • The completion of a bridge on Esgenoôpetitj First Nation, which will allow the community to develop 249 hectares (600 acres) of reserve land for blueberry development, was celebrated here today.

  • Woodstock First Nation is hosting the 2015 New Brunswick Indian Summer Games being held from July 27 to Aug. 1.

  • The following message was released today by Government Services Minister Ed Doherty, who is also minister responsible for Aboriginal Affairs, in recognition of National Aboriginal Day on June 21:

  • First Nations in New Brunswick will welcome people to visit their communities and join in the celebration of Aboriginal culture through powwows being held on weekends throughout the spring and ...

Congratulations to Chief Sock and Elsipogtog First Nation on their commercial development project announcement

This development will create jobs for First Nations, and be a great economic generator for Kent County.

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.




Investment in mining sector training programs for First Nations

The provincial government has invested $136,000 in two training programs ...

Paintings by Tobique First Nation artist on display in Saint John and Moncton hospitals

Six paintings created by Natalie Sappier, an artist from Tobique ...

Open house marks completion of renovations to Joint Economic Development Initiative office

The Joint Economic Development Initiative held an open house to ...

New videos launched to promote Maliseet language, culture

New videos to promote and preserve the use of the ...