Government of New Brunswick
Inclusive education advocate from the United Kingdom visits New Brunswick

Tara Flood, CEO of the Alliance for Inclusive Education, which is based in the United Kingdom, is in Canada researching issues related to inclusive education and policy implementation. She met today with Marc-Alain Mallet, director of the New Brunswick Human Rights Commission, and with Sarina McKinnon, the commission’s legal counsel. From left: Flood; Mallet; and McKinnon.

2017 Human Rights Award presented

Lt.-Gov. Jocelyne Roy Vienneau presented the 2017 New Brunswick Human Rights Award to the New Brunswick Multicultural Council today during a ceremony at Government House today in Fredericton. From left: New Brunswick Human Rights Commission chair Nathalie Chiasson; Roy Vienneau; and council president Mike Timani.

Celebration of the 50th anniversary of the Human Rights Act in 2017

The program of events scheduled to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the New Brunswick Human Rights Act was unveiled today by Nathalie Chiasson, chair of the New Brunswick Human Rights Commission.

2016 Human Rights Award presented

The 2016 New Brunswick Human Rights Award was presented to Anne Huestis Scott today at a ceremony held at Government House in Fredericton. From left: Ronald Vienneau, husband of the lieutenant-governor; Lt.-Gov. Jocelyne Roy Vienneau; and Anne Huestis Scott.

Canadian human rights commissioner visits New Brunswick

Employees of the New Brunswick Human Rights Commission met with Marie-Claude Landry, chief commissioner of the Canadian Human Rights Commission, as part of her national consultation tour. Front, from left: employees Hayley Robinson, Betsy Pocop and Samire Ismaili. Back, from left: employees Marc-Alain Mallet, Ryan Adams and Kathryn Edgett; Nathalie Chiasson, chair of the commission, Landry; employee Alex Abbandonato; and ...

Saskatchewan human rights commissioner visits New Brunswick

Employees of the New Brunswick Human Rights Commission met with David Arnot, chief commissioner of the Saskatchewan Human Rights Commission and president of the Canadian Association of Statutory Human Rights Agencies. Front, from left: Benoit Locas; Paméla Schiavoni; and Johanne Bertrand. Back, from left: Marc-Alain Mallet; Hayley Robinson; Kathryn Edgett; Arnot; Tracey Benjamin; Betsy Pocop; and Katie Hamill.

2015 Human Rights Award presented

The New Brunswick Human Rights Commission’s 2015 Human Rights Award was presented to Bernard Richard on Sept. 16 in a ceremony at Government House in Fredericton. From left: Lt.-Gov. Jocelyne Roy Vienneau; Richard; and Randy Dickinson, chair of the New Brunswick Human Rights Commission.