Government of New Brunswick

The Economic and Social Inclusion Corporation was created to develop, oversee, coordinate and implement initiatives to reduce poverty and assist thousands of New Brunswickers to become more self-sufficient.

The co-chairs and president are members of a 22-member board of directors representing government; business; community non-profit organizations; and persons having experienced poverty.

 

Social Assistance Reform

Social Assistance Reform

Social assistance system significantly reformed to better support New Brunswickers

Financial Literacy

Financial literacy means having the knowledge, skills and confidence to make responsible financial decisions, Click here and you will find resources, information, products and services developed by organizations across the country that help Canadians strengthen their financial literacy. Get involved now!

Community Transportation in New Brunswick

Report and presentations from the Community Transportation Dialogue presented by ESIC on June 12 and 13, 2012 in Fredericton.

 

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Economic and Social Inclusion Corporation to hold public sessions to renew poverty reduction plan

Economic and Social Inclusion Corporation to hold public sessions to renew poverty reduction plan

A series of public dialogue sessions will be held this ...

Board of Directors

Board of Directors

First row, seated: Léo-Paul Pinet, President; Madeleine Dubé, Minister of ...

ESIC’s Board of Directors and Community Inclusion Networks hold annual meeting

ESIC’s Board of Directors and Community Inclusion Networks hold annual meeting

The Board of Directors of ESIC held a planning session ...