Share your views – Provide input on a variety of issues being examined by the Government of New Brunswick.
Citizen Engagement and Public Consultation
The Department of Tourism, Heritage and Culture is proposing the creation of a new provincial park that would be known as the Restigouche Wilderness Waterway Provincial Park.
Red tape, paperwork and administrative overload are common obstacles identified by professionals in the public education system that can distract them from their core mandate – supporting students.
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.
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.
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.