Category Archives: Politics

10th Annual Fredericton Zombie Walk and Food Drive 2018

10th Annual Fredericton Zombie Walk and Food Drive 2018

It’s that time of year again! Happening on Saturday, October 6th, 2018 from 2 pm to 4 pm! The 10th Annual Fredericton Zombie Walk is back again to help feed some hungry brains! Zombies from all over come bearing non perishable food items for Greener Village Food Bank.

And since this is our 10th year the theme will be of course: PARTY! Read more »

A Night at the Beaverbrook Art Gallery with David and Elizabeth

A Night at the Beaverbrook Art Gallery with David and Elizabeth

Hosted by the Green Party of New Brunswick, from 7:30 pm to 9:00 pm on Wednesday evening, August 29th, 2018, come out to the Beaverbrook Art Gallery to “A Night at the Beaverbrook Art Gallery with David and Elizabeth” This event is open to the public and everyone is welcome to attend! Come and spend your Wednesday evening at the Art Gallery with the Leader of the Green Party of New Brunswick – David Coon and with the Leader of the Green Party of Canada – Elizabeth May. Tickets are $25 and are eligible for a 75% tax credit!! Read more »

Seniors 50 Plus Healthy Living And Aging Well Expo

Seniors 50 Plus Healthy Living And Aging Well Expo

Thomas J. (T.J.) Harvey, Member of Parliament (M.P.) for Tobique – Mactaquac invites Seniors 50 plus to a Seniors 50 Plus Healthy Living And Aging Well Expo! It will be held at the AYR Motor Centre, located at 105 Connell Park Road in Woodstock, Carleton County, New Brunswick, Canada on Wednesday, October 10th, 2018 from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm.  Read more »

Nominations sought for New Brunswick Human Rights Award

Nominations sought for New Brunswick Human Rights Award

Nominations are being sought for the 30th annual New Brunswick Human Rights Award. The deadline is August 1st. The New Brunswick Human Rights Commission established the award to recognize outstanding effort, achievement or leadership on a volunteer basis by individuals or organizations in the promotion of equality and human rights in the province. Read more »

GOVERNMENT LAUNCHES BUSINESS SURVEY

GOVERNMENT LAUNCHES BUSINESS SURVEY

The provincial government is asking New Brunswick’s business community how to further reduce red tape. A survey is being launched as part of Red Tape Awareness Week. “Your government understands what matters to New Brunswickers, and we congratulate New Brunswick’s small businesses on their hard work and dedication,” said Economic Development Minister Francine Landry. “While… Read more »

Public invited to participate on electoral reform commission

Public invited to participate on electoral reform commission

The provincial government is calling for expressions of interest for individuals to serve on an electoral reform commission and is also inviting the public to comment. “We are encouraging a conversation in New Brunswick about issues which are important to our democracy,” said Health Minister Victor Boudreau, who is also deputy house leader. “The government […] Read more »

Candidates sought for three legislative officer positions

Candidates sought for three legislative officer positions

New Brunswickers are encouraged to submit expressions of interest for three legislative officer positions: the Conflict of Interest Commissioner, the New Brunswick Consumer Advocate for Insurance, and the Chief Electoral Officer for the Province of New Brunswick. Government House Leader Rick Doucet announced the competitions today, Wednesday September 21st, 2016. “Legislative officers play an important… Read more »

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