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- 10 September 2015
With a new academic year beginning, Post-Secondary Education, Training and Labour Minister Francine Landry today highlighted the provincial government’s efforts toward making post-secondary education more accessible and affordable.
- 08 September 2015
The provincial government officially recognized the two New Brunswick winners of the 11th annual Council of the Federation Literacy Awards today, which is International Literacy Day.
- 04 September 2015
The following statement was issued today by Post-Secondary Education, Training and Labour Minister Francine Landry:
Premier Brian Gallant has appointed Karen Power (formerly Branscombe) and ...
The federal, provincial and municipal governments announced today an investment ...
Thirty-three student competitors from across New Brunswick showcased their skills ...
A three-year pilot project designed to help international students who ...