Government of New Brunswick
  • Yesterday, the Atlantic Premiers and members of the federal cabinet met in St. Peters Bay, Prince Edward Island. Coming out of that meeting we committed to working together on an ...

  • I rise in the house today to remind all members that National Victims and Survivors of Crime Week takes place later this month, May 29 to June 4. This year’s ...

  • I would like to take this moment to recognize the dedication and commitment of all supporters and volunteers and declare this month of May to be MS Awareness Month for ...

  • With spring and warmer temperatures upon us, the use of bicycles on our roads is increasing. Therefore it is important that motorists and cyclists work together to share the road ...

  • May is Sexual Assault Awareness Month.

  • Later today I will table a bill entitled the New Brunswick Women’s Council Act, which will provide a legislative framework for the independence of what is now known as the ...

  • It is truly a proud day for me to stand in the house and say that our government is taking steps to make tuition free for New Brunswick students from ...

  • It was my pleasure on Wednesday of last week to be on hand and offer well wishes and support to 22 firefighters who have travelled to Alberta to fight wildfires.

  • I would like to take a moment to pay tribute to a New Brunswick teacher from Riverview High School, Armand Doucet, who is one of 10 recipients of the prestigious ...

  • I am pleased to rise in the house today to recognize that today is the International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia.