Government of New Brunswick
  • Gambling prevalence study gets underway

    New Brunswickers will be asked to participate in a government telephone survey for the purpose of examining the prevalence of gambling and problem gambling in the province.

  • 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.

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Small Business Saturday

Small Business Saturday

Finance Minister Roger Melanson toured several small businesses in the ...

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 ...