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Finance minister delivers budget speech

Finance Minister Greg Byrne delivered the 2010-2011 budget speech today at the Legislative Assembly in Fredericton.

Closing Throne Speech Debate

Premier Shawn Graham closed debate on the Throne Speech at the Legislative Assembly, Nov. 27, 2009.

Reply to Throne Speech

Official Opposition Leader David Alward delivered the reply to the 2009-2010 throne speech in the Legislative Assembly.

Throne speech / Fourth session of 56th Legislative Assembly

Seizing opportunities to lower energy rates in New Brunswick, reducing poverty while empowering people and creating jobs, enhancing health and senior care, promoting literacy, and positioning the province for significant economic growth were among the themes in the 2009-10 throne speech delivered by Lt.-Gov. Graydon Nicholas during the opening of ...

Premier Closes Budget Debate

Premier Shawn Graham closed debate on the 2009-2010 New Brunswick budget.

Reply to Budget

Official Opposition Leader David Alward delivered the reply to the 2009-2010 budget in the Legislative Assembly.

Finance minister delivers budget speech

Finance Minister Victor Boudreau delivered the 2009-2010 budget speech today at the Legislative Assembly in Fredericton. 

Provincial Christmas tree officially lit

Hundreds of people braved chilly temperatures to enjoy musical entertainment, refreshments and a visit from Santa Claus at the annual Christmas tree-lighting ceremony at the Legislative Assembly.

Closing Throne Speech Debate

Premier Shawn Graham closed debate on the Throne Speech at the Legislative Assembly, Dec. 5, 2008.

Reply to Throne Speech

David Alward, Leader of the Official Opposition

Throne speech / Third session of 56th Legislative Assembly

Keeping commitments, carefully managing through the current economic downturn, and a renewed focus on and commitment to achieving self-sufficiency were the primary themes of today's speech from the throne that opened the third session of the 56th Legislative Assembly of New Brunswick.

New MLA signs register

Jack Carr (seated) signs the register as new MLA for New Maryland-Sunbury West, following a ceremony at the legislature. Lt.-Gov. Herménégilde Chiasson (left) presided.

Legislature committee releases final report on wellness

The final report of the legislature''s Select Committee on Wellness, Wellness...we each have a role to play - Individuals, communities, stakeholders and government, was released today in Fredericton. From left: Committee members Bernard LeBlanc, Paul Robichaud, Bruce Fitch, Chris Collins (chair), Brian Kenny, L. Joan MacAlpine-Stiles, Rick Brewer, ...

Maple syrup products at Legislative Assembly

Members of the New Brunswick Maple Syrup Association were hosted recently at the Legislative Assembly, where MLAs and staff were presented with maple syrup products. From left: New Brunswick Maple Syrup Association general manager Yvon Poitras presents the association’s new recipe booklet to Agriculture and Aquaculture Minister Ronald Ouellette; Natural ...

April 21 is Lions Appreciation Day

Premier Shawn Graham declared April 21, 2008 Lions Appreciation Day in New Brunswick, in honour and recognition of the work of the Lions Clubs of New Brunswick and around the world. A number of members from New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island and parts of Maine visited the Legislative Assembly today.

Premier Closes Budget Debate

Premier Shawn Graham closed debate on the 2008-2009 New Brunswick budget.

Reply to Budget Speech

Opposition Leader Jeannot Volpé responded to the provincial budget.

Finance minister delivers budget speech

Finance Minister Victor Boudreau delivered a balanced budget, with no tax increases, today at the Legislative Assembly in Fredericton.

Tree-lighting ceremony at Legislative Assembly

Lt.-Gov. Herménégilde Chiasson and his wife Marcia Babineau, along with Premier Shawn Graham and his wife Roxanne Reeves, recently took part in the tree-lighting ceremony at the Legislative Assembly.

Close of Throne Speech Debate

Premier Shawn Graham closed debate on the Throne Speech at the Legislative Assembly, Dec. 7, 2007.

Reply to Throne Speech

Opposition Leader Jeannot Volpé delivered the Reply to the Speech from the Throne in the Legislature Thursday, Nov. 29, 2007.

Members elect Roy Boudreau as Speaker of the House

Members of the Legislative Assembly of New Brunswick today elected Liberal MLA Roy Boudreau (Campbellton-Restigouche Centre) to preside over their deliberations as Speaker of the House. Continuing tradition, Premier Shawn Graham and Hampton-Kings MLA Bev Harrison dragged a 'reluctant' Boudreau to the throne where he returned thanks for his election. ...

Speech from the Throne 2007- 08

The speech from the throne of the second session of the 56th Legislative Assembly of New Brunswick outlined the government's legislative agenda.

Britannia sculpture lowered from legislature as part of refurbishment work

The sculpture Britannia, which has stood at the top of the central north entrance pediment of the Legislative Assembly building for over 125 years, was recently removed as part of an ongoing refurbishment of the building. The sculpture had to be removed so that the pediment could be reinforced, as ...

Prime Minister Harper visits Legislature

Premier Shawn Graham and Prime Minister Stephen Harper met today at the New Brunswick Legislature and discussed the Province''s self-sufficiency agenda.