Government of New Brunswick

The Economic and Social Inclusion Corporation was created to develop, oversee, coordinate and implement initiatives to reduce poverty and assist thousands of New Brunswickers to become more self-sufficient.

The co-chairs and president are members of a board of directors representing government; business; community non-profit organizations; and persons having experienced poverty.


Get Your Benefits

Individuals with a modest income and a simple tax situation can obtain valuable help in the preparation and the filing of their annual income tax and benefit return.

Financial Literacy

This year, Financial Literacy Month (November) aims to help Canadians learn how to manage their finances in challenging times.

Health Inequities in
New Brunswick

Report on Health Inequities in New Brunswick by the Office of the Chief Medical Officer of Health of New Brunswick



211 searchable online database now available for community and government resources

The 211 phone service has been expanded to include a new searchable online database,, which provides information on community ...

Poverty reduction plan unveiled

The Economic and Social Inclusion Corporation presented Overcoming Poverty Together 3: The New Brunswick Economic and Social Inclusion Plan. The ...

Minister meets with board members and employees

Social Development Minister Dorothy Shephard (centre), who is the minister responsible for the Economic and Social Inclusion Corporation, met with ...