News Releases - Government of New Brunswick Featured News - Government of New Brunswick Premiers to meet in Saint Andrews to discuss trade, health care Premier Brian Gallant will be joined by his counterparts from across the country in Saint Andrews this week for meetings of the Council of the Federation. 2018071709:55:00 Kelson and Kelson to create jobs in Saint John Kelson and Kelson Industrial Group will create 23 new jobs in Saint John with support from the provincial government. 2018071709:48:00 Federal, provincial governments move forward on $75-million seniors’ pilot project The federal and provincial governments launched the $75-million Healthy Seniors Pilot Project today in Moncton. 2018062510:54:00 Partnership to explore iron production facility in Belledune The provincial government will partner with Maritime Iron Inc. to explore the feasibility of an iron production facility in Belledune valued at more than $1 billion, Premier Brian Gallant announced today. 2018062113:33:00 TD Insurance poised for further job growth in Saint John TD Insurance is expanding its business in Saint John and creating up to 250 new jobs over the next seven years in partnership with the provincial government. 2018061115:20:00 Siemens to establish cybersecurity centre in Fredericton Multinational technology company Siemens has chosen to establish a cybersecurity centre in Fredericton. 2018053018:48:00 Premier provides progress report on commitments to New Brunswickers Premier Brian Gallant announced today that the provincial government is on track to fulfill 98 per cent of its commitments to New Brunswickers, and their families, by September 2018. 2018052814:11:00 S&P Data to create 289 jobs in Edmundston S&P Data is establishing a business services centre in Edmundston, creating up to 289 jobs over the next five years with support from the provincial government. 2018052510:21:00 Recovery efforts continue over long weekend Several government resources which are key to flood recovery will be available over the long weekend. 2018051815:27:00 Water quality of waterways impacted by flooding will return to normal The Office of the Chief Medical Officer of Health is not recommending extra water testing or other types of assessments in response to the extensive flooding of New Brunswick’s river system. 2018051811:49:00 Use caution when buying vehicles from flood affected-locations Due to the recent flooding that has affected much of New Brunswick, the public is reminded to use caution when buying vehicles in flood-affected areas. 2018051716:43:00 Cooke Aquaculture to create up to 100 new jobs Cooke Aquaculture will create up to 100 new jobs in New Brunswick over the next five years with support from the provincial government. 2018051716:13:00 Homeowners get extra help for flood cleanup New Brunswick homeowners are getting extra assistance to clean up after historic flooding. 2018051715:53:00 Buyer beware: protect yourself The fire marshal and chief electrical inspector warn people not to use appliances that may have been damaged during the recent spring flooding and to know the origin of any second-hand appliance. 2018051617:21:00 Special financial assistance for recreational properties Several programs are being made available for recreational property owners who experienced property damages during the 2018 spring freshet flooding. 2018051611:19:00 New Brunswickers should register flood damage Residents impacted by flooding should register any property damage as part of the Disaster Financial Assistance program. 2018051516:22:00 Wild, edible plants exposed to floodwater may be unsafe The province’s chief medical officer of health, Dr. Jennifer Russell, released the following statement today to clarify health messaging related to wild, edible plants exposed to floodwater: 2018051416:25:00 Flood-related waste pickup in local service districts beginning May 21 Residents of local service districts are advised of the following special pickups for debris and waste related to the recent flooding. 2018051414:57:00 Early cleanup can help reduce loss and damage Residents impacted by flooding should consider beginning cleaning up properties as soon as water has receded. 2018051313:30:00 Most water levels forecast to fall below flood stage by Thursday The following advisory was issued today by the New Brunswick Emergency Measures Organization, River Watch 2018. 2018051212:31:00 People asked to familiarize themselves with proper recovery practices The following advisory was issued today by the New Brunswick Emergency Measures Organization, River Watch 2018. 2018051112:49:00 Information on sandbag disposal The Department of Environment and Local Government encourages people to dispose of sandbags via pickups or at their regional landfill. 2018051015:28:00 Armed Forces asked to see if they can assist in flood cleanup efforts Premier Brian Gallant has announced that a team from the Canadian Armed Forces will be conducting a reconnaissance mission to determine what assistance it can provide during flood recovery efforts. 2018051014:27:00 Province enters early stages of flood recovery The following advisory was issued today by the New Brunswick Emergency Measures Organization (NBEMO), River Watch 2018: 2018051013:32:00 Information on flood debris cleanup As residents affected by flooding begin cleaning up their homes and properties, the Department of Environment and Local Government is providing information on cleanup and disposal of damaged items. 2018050913:44:00 2018071709:55:00