Government of New Brunswick


New publication released

A new publication entitled Advance Health Care Directives: A New Brunswick Guide was officially released today by Health Minister Ted Flemming. The purpose of the guide is to educate the public on legislation introduced to help people plan ahead and set out their future health care decisions. The guide was produced by the Public Legal Education and Information Services of ...

Electronic health record system to be implemented

The provincial government is implementing a new electronic health record system that aims to improve the management of vaccines, immunizations and potential disease outbreaks. From left: Dr. Jennifer Russell, chief medical officer of health; Health Minister Ted Flemming; and Dr. Serge Melanson, president of the New Brunswick Medical Society.

More than $7 million invested to help address opioid abuse

The provincial and federal governments have signed a bilateral agreement worth more than $7 million under the federal government’s new Emergency Treatment Fund. From left: federal Health Minister Ginette Petitpas Taylor; and Health Minister Benoît Bourque.

New autism centre to be established in Kent County

A new community autism centre will be established in Bouctouche that will benefit residents of the Kent County area. From left: Health Minister Benoît Bourque; Angèle Collette, executive director of the Autism Resource Centre and Autism Kent; Premier Brian Gallant; and Bouctouche Mayor Roland Fougère.

New autism centre to be established in Edmundston region

A new community autism centre will be established in Edmundston. From left: Edmundston Mayor Cyrille Simard; Economic Development Minister Francine Landry; Nathalie Sirois-Caron, director of Centre de ressources en autisme du Nord-Ouest; and Premier Brian Gallant.

Ten new family doctors coming to Fredericton over the next two years

Ten new family doctors will work in Fredericton under the Family Medicine New Brunswick model, a program intended to provide patients with enhanced access to family doctors. Back row, from left: deputy premier Stephen Horsman, Dr. Matthew Vandenberg, Dr. Justin Parker, Dr. Kyle McCann and Dr. Dharm Singh, president of New Brunswick Medical Society. Front row, from left: Dr. Kara ...