Executive Council Office, Economic Development, January 28, 2014 - Fredericton
Smart regulations will reduce red tape
A smart regulations system will reduce red tape and minimize the time and money New Brunswickers spend accessing government services, Economic Development Minister Bruce Fitch announced today. Fitch made the announcement as he unveiled the government’s plan to implement smart regulations across government. The goal is to reduce red tape by 20 per cent. From left: Fredericton-Silverwood MLA Brian Macdonald; Richard Dunn, director of provincial affairs for the Canadian Federation of Independent Businesses; Fitch; Energy and Mines Minister Craig Leonard; and Justice Minister Troy Lifford.