Government of New Brunswick
  • Municipalities, rural communities and local service districts will receive $74.7 million in community funding and equalization grants from the provincial government in 2017, a $285,000 increase over last year.

  • The provincial government welcomes the announcement made today by federal Environment and Climate Change Minister Catherine McKenna with respect to the accelerated phase out of high-emission sources of electricity generation.

  • Environment and Local Government Minister Serge Rousselle issued the following statement today in relation to municipal byelections held Nov. 14:

Spill Reporting in New Brunswick

In the event of an environmental emergency, such as an oil spill, federal and provincial authorities need to be notified immediately in order to coordinate an adequate oversight of the response.

Community Restructuring

Information on community restructuring, including: the options, the process, ongoing projects and more.


The management and protection of wetlands in New Brunswick is the result of many stakeholders working together with government to ensure that development is directed to the right place and the valuable functions of wetlands are maintained for the benefit of all.