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Re-enactment of 1883 Changing of the Guard ceremony

A Changing of the Guard re-enactment, in commemoration of an 1883 ceremony of Company “A” of the Infantry School Corps, recently took place on the grounds of the Legislative Assembly of New Brunswick, with the guard in period costume.

Legislature lit up in blue

The legislature was lit up in blue Sunday night to mark World Autism Awareness Day, held annually on April 2.

Legislature to light up in blue

The legislature will be lit up in blue on Sunday night to mark World Autism Awareness Day, held annually on April 2. From left: Travis Wolfe, parent; Holly Soucoup, parent; Education and Early Childhood Development Minister Brian Kenny; Danielle Pelletier, owner of Autism Intervention Services; Janet Mitton, a clinical supervisor ...

Christmas tree lighting ceremony held at legislative assembly

The annual Christmas tree lighting ceremony took place at the legislative assembly on Friday, Dec. 2.

Premier closes throne speech debate

Premier Brian Gallant closed the throne speech debate at the legislative assembly today.

Reply to throne speech

Official Opposition Leader Blaine Higgs delivered the reply to the speech from the throne in the legislative assembly today.

Throne speech prioritizes education

The speech from the throne was read in the legislative assembly on behalf of the government by Lt.-Gov. Jocelyne Roy Vienneau.

Pride banner raised

The pride banner was raised today at the legislative assembly in recognition of national Pride Month. Families and Children Minister Stephen Horsman participated in the event.

Premier closes budget debate

Premier Brian Gallant formally closed the budget debate at the legislative assembly today. The provincial government tabled its 2016-17 provincial budget on Feb. 2 which outlines plans to put the province’s finances on the right track, protect education and health care and invest in job creation.

Official Opposition replies to 2016-17 provincial budget

Quispamsis MLA Blaine Higgs delivered the formal reply of the official Opposition to the 2016-17 provincial budget, released Feb. 2.

Premier closes speech from the throne debate

Premier Brian Gallant closed the throne speech debate at the legislative assembly. Repairing the province’s finances in order to invest in the priorities of New Brunswickers is the major theme of the 2015-16 speech from the throne.

Ministers welcome students from China to the legislative assembly

Education and Early Childhood Development Minister Serge Rousselle met with 24 Grade 12 students from China and their teachers. The students are in New Brunswick as part of a long-standing partnership between the province and AKD International Inc. This partnership is facilitated by Atlantic Education International Inc. The organization co-ordinates ...

Reply to throne speech

Official Opposition Leader Bruce Fitch delivered the reply to the speech from the throne in the legislative assembly today.

Throne speech / second session of the 58th legislature

The speech from the throne was delivered today in the legislative assembly by Lt.-Gov. Jocelyne Roy Vienneau.

Christmas tree lighting ceremony to be held at legislative assembly

The public is invited to attend the annual Christmas tree lighting ceremony at the legislative assembly at 7 p.m. on Friday, Dec. 4.

First official visit by the secretary general of the International Organization of the Francophonie

The secretary general of the International Organization of La Francophonie, Michaëlle Jean, (right) began her official two-day visit to New Brunswick with an address to the legislative assembly today.

Premier closes budget debate

Premier Brian Gallant formally closed the budget debate at the legislative assembly today. The provincial government tabled its 2015-16 budget on March 31 which focuses on the government’s three key priorities: creating the conditions for job creation, facing the province's fiscal challenges and helping families.

Official Opposition replies to 2015-16 provincial budget

Quispamsis MLA Blaine Higgs delivered the formal reply of the official Opposition to the 2015-16 provincial budget, released March 31, during the first session of the 58th legislature.

Budget faces fiscal challenges, invests in job creation and families

Finance Minister Roger Melanson tabled the provincial government’s 2015-16 budget today which focuses on the government’s three key priorities: creating the conditions for job creation, facing our fiscal challenges and helping families.

Premier closes speech from the throne debate

Premier Brian Gallant closed the throne speech debate at the legislative assembly. Moving New Brunswick forward with a plan to create the right conditions for job growth, a plan to achieve fiscal balance and a plan that will put families and communities back to work are the major themes of ...

Reply to throne speech

Official Opposition Leader Bruce Fitch delivered the Reply to the speech from the throne in the legislative assembly today.

Speech from the throne / first session of the 58th legislature

The speech from the throne was delivered Dec. 3 in the legislative assembly by Lt.-Gov. Jocelyne Roy Vienneau.

Collins elected as Speaker of the legislative assembly, MLAs sworn in

Following the swearing-in of members in a morning ceremony, the 58th Legislative Assembly of New Brunswick convened its first session Friday afternoon. As their first order of business, the Moncton-Centre MLA Chris Collins was elected to oversee the deliberations of the House as Speaker.

Student Legislative Seminar

Forty-eight students from twenty high schools participated in the 25th annual Student Legislative Seminar, which took place from April 25 to 27. The seminar is a nonpartisan program designed to provide New Brunswick senior high school students with a better understanding of the functions and operations of government in ...

Clara Hughes visits legislative assembly

Canadian Olympian Clara Hughes is currently cycling across the country as part of Clara's Big Ride. The 110-day tour across Canada will visit every province and territory in Canada to grow awareness and action in mental health as well as help end the stigma around mental illness. On Tuesday, April ...