Government of New Brunswick
Que-NB

Québec and New Brunswick concluded an agreement in October 2008 concerning labour mobility and recognition of qualifications, skills and work experience in the construction industry. This agreement aims to facilitate access to the construction sector labour market in both provinces.

Toll Free Number 1-877-453-3030
All forms and supporting documentation should be forwarded to NB Apprenticeship and Occupational Certification, P.O. Box 6000, 470 York Street, Fredericton, NB E3B 5H1

 

What you need to know if you are a contractor coming to work in the construction sector in New Brunswick

General Information - Contractor

1) There are 7 compulsory occupations
2) The Apprenticeship ratio is one apprentice to one journeyperson on the job site
3) You must obtain a New Brunswick Business Number
4) You must contact WorkSafeNB
5) You must contact the Department of Public Safety for information on permits and licences
6) You must complete the Contractor's Request Form for all employees coming to work in NB, attach all supporting documentation and forward to NB Apprenticeship and Certification.
7) Your employees should be encouraged to sign the Consent to Disclose Information Form

 Employee Specific Information

- For your apprentices
- For your journeyperson (for individuals who hold trade certification in the province of Québec)
- For your Non-Certified Trade Workers

 

What you need to know if you are an individual coming to work in the construction sector in New Brunswick

General Information - Individual

- Apprentices
- Journeyperson (for individuals who hold trade certification in the province of Québec)
- Non-Certified Trade Wokers

 

What you should know when coming to work in New Brunswick