Government of New Brunswick
Public Engagement

Share your views – Provide input on a variety of issues being examined by the Government of New Brunswick.


Ongoing Consultations


 Public Review of Draft Regulations

Once every five years, New Brunswickers are asked to share their views on the issue of poverty and economic and social inclusion in New Brunswick through a public engagement process which includes a survey, public dialogues and a call for briefs.

New Brunswickers are invited to share their experiences and ideas on government’s response to the 2018 spring flood, as part of an independent review.

We want to hear from you.


 Public Review of Draft Regulations

Share your thoughts. The Government of New Brunswick is asking parents, teachers, and the public for input on how we can address the serious concerns that have been raised about the province’s French immersion program, such as the staffing challenges where we have 41% of Grade 1 and 2 teachers instructing at lower levels of proficiency. Our goal is to graduate more bilingual students. We want to hear from you. Please fill out our short survey.

Deadline for input is Friday, March 31. 

We’re developing a new strategy to guide the preservation of our remaining covered bridges and river ferries. You can help by sharing your ideas and priorities through two short online surveys. Deadline for input is March 8, 2019.

The Task Force was announced May 30, 2017 by the Minister of Post-Secondary Education Training and Labour (PETL) to review New Brunswick’s Worker’s Compensation system focusing on short term solutions and long term sustainability.

Draft regulations are available for public review and input. This is part of government efforts to increase transparency.

 Public Review of Draft Regulations

EIA is a process through which the environmental impacts potentially resulting from a proposed project are identified and assessed early in the planning process. It is a proactive, preventative approach to environmental management and protection.