Government of New Brunswick

In 2022, the Community Inclusion Networks (CINs) will be integrated into the Regional Service Commissions (RSCs). Building on their presence and achievements in their respective communities for more than ten years, the CINs will continue their community development work by playing a key role in expanding the capacities of RSCs in the context of the Local Governance Reform. This CINs contact page will be updated every time a CIN joins its regional RSC. For more information, please contact the NB Economic and Social Inclusion Corporation

Local groups approved to become community inclusion networks

Twelve organizations have received approval by the Economic and Social Inclusion Corporation to establish regional community inclusion networks.

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All citizens, community organizations, local business, government agencies, and communities are encouraged to participate in their local Community Inclusion Network.

The 12 Community Inclusion Networks will develop local poverty reduction plans and work together to deliver programming tailored to local needs. The financial resources and support is being provided to the networks by the Economic and Social Inclusion Corporation.

According to the Economic and Social Inclusion Act, the corporation can recognize a community inclusion network provided the local group has established a structure for governance and decision making, which includes a board with representation from business, government, the nonprofit sector and citizens who are living or have lived in poverty.

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