Government of New Brunswick
  • Province to celebrate Small Business Saturday

    New Brunswickers are encouraged to support their local small businesses on Oct. 25 which is designated as Small Business Saturday.

  • Small business taxes to go down on Jan. 1

    Premier Brian Gallant announced today that small business income taxes will decrease to four per cent from four-and-a-half per cent on Jan. 1, 2015.

  • Board members for pension plan appointed

    The provincial government and the New Brunswick Teachers Federation have each appointed four members to the board of trustees for the New Brunswick Teachers’ Pension Plan.

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Small business taxes to go down on Jan. 1

Small business taxes to go down on Jan. 1

Premier Brian Gallant announced today that small business income taxes ...

2014-15 budget freezing taxes, reducing deficit, making strategic investments

2014-15 budget freezing taxes, reducing deficit, making strategic investments

The provincial government tabled its 2014-15 capital and operating budgets ...

2014-15 budget freezing taxes, reducing deficit, making strategic investments

2014-15 budget freezing taxes, reducing deficit, making strategic investments

The provincial government tabled its 2014-15 capital and operating budgets ...

Budget 2013-2014

Budget 2013-2014

Finance Minister Blaine Higgs delivered the 2013-2014 New Brunswick budget ...