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Speech from the throne / third session of the 57th legislature

Rebuilding New Brunswick through innovation in economic development, health and senior care, education, community protection and development, and streamlining government are the major themes of the 2012-13 speech from the throne.

Mover, seconder named for speech from the throne

The names of the mover and seconder for the speech from the throne were announced today by Government House Leader Paul Robichaud.

Electoral boundaries commission releases schedule of public hearings

New Brunswickers will have an opportunity to provide their opinions on changes to the provincial electoral districts through a series of public hearings announced today.

Deadline for input on bill to elect potential senators is Sept. 28

The legislative assembly's standing committee on law amendments reminds New Brunswickers that the deadline for submitting a written brief on the issues raised by Bill 64, An Act Respecting the Selection of Senator Nominees, is Friday, Sept. 28.

Official languages consultation process extended until Sept. 30

The public consultation process on the review of the Official Languages Act has been extended until Sept. 30.

Public invited to comment on legislation to select nominees to the Senate

The public is invited to comment on legislation that would introduce a process in New Brunswick for the election of Senate nominees.

New lighting unveiled at Parliament Square

The history of the legislative assembly came to life as the new lighting at Parliament Square was turned on in a ceremony on the evening of Wednesday, June 13.

New lighting to be unveiled at Parliament Square to mark Queen’s Diamond Jubilee

New lighting at Parliament Square, in front of the legislative assembly, will be unveiled on the evening of Wednesday, June 13, in honour of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth's Diamond Jubilee.

Public consultation process on official languages

New Brunswickers are invited to take part in public consultations on the revision of the Official Languages Act, as announced today in the legislative assembly by Premier David Alward and the Leader of the Official Opposition, Victor Boudreau.

Joint statement / Elections NB, Access to Information and Privacy Commissioner

The following statement was issued today by Michael Quinn, chief electoral officer, and Anne E. Bertrand, access to information and privacy commissioner:

Flag-raising ceremony held to mark Diamond Jubilee

A special flag standard was raised this morning in front of the legislative assembly to mark the 60th anniversary of the accession of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth to the throne on Feb. 6, 1952.

Flag-raising ceremony to mark Diamond Jubilee

The Queen's Canadian Standard will be raised in front of the legislative assembly to mark the 60th anniversary of the accession of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth to the throne at 7:43 a.m., Monday, Feb. 6.

Legislative officers review makes 33 recommendations

An independent review of legislative officers, entitled Fine-tuning Parliamentary Machinery: A Review of the Mandates and Operations of New Brunswick's Legislative Officers, was released today by Bernard Richard.

Speech from the throne highlights / second session of 57th legislature

The 2011-12 speech from the throne sets out an agenda for the coming year that continues the work being done to change the culture of government.

Legislature committee releases report on health authority governance

The legislative assembly's standing committee on health care released its recommendations on health authority governance today in Fredericton.

Mover, seconder named for speech from the throne

The names of the mover and seconder for the speech from the throne were announced today by Government House Leader Paul Robichaud.

Legislative assembly to reopen Nov. 23

The legislative assembly will reconvene on Wednesday, Nov. 23. Paul Robichaud, deputy premier and government house leader, made the announcement today.

Legislature flag to be flown at half mast on Sept. 11

New Brunswick’s flag will be flown at half mast on the front lawn of the legislative assembly on Sunday, Sept. 11, in memory of the victims of the terrorist attacks on that date in 2001.

Standing committee on health care changes location of public hearing in Miramichi

The standing committee on health care, an all-party committee of the legislative assembly, has changed the location of its public hearing in Miramichi.

Standing Committee on Health Care revises schedule for public hearings

The Standing Committee on Health Care, an all-party committee of the legislative assembly, has revised its schedule for the public hearings on the discussion paper Regional Health Authorities Governance.

Public invited to comment on health authority governance discussion paper

New Brunswickers are being invited to comment on a legislative discussion paper that seeks to establish parameters governing the election of regional health authority board members.

Website regarding review of legislative officers launched

A website has been launched to inform the public and solicit the views and ideas of New Brunswickers about an independent review of legislative officers.

22nd annual Student Legislative Seminar to be held April 1-3

The legislative assembly will host the 22nd annual Student Legislative Seminar from April 1 to 3 in Fredericton.

Christmas tree lighting ceremony to be held at the 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. 3.

Highlights of the Speech from the Throne / first session of 57th legislature

The Speech from the Throne opened the first session of the 57th Legislative Assembly of New Brunswick today.