Government of New Brunswick
  • Combined investments of more than $400,000 by the provincial and federal governments will help NouLAB at the University of New Brunswick’s Pond-Deshpande Centre research ways to increase immigrant retention.

  • A series of job fairs will take place in various communities during the month of November, to recruit new workers to fill job vacancies in New Brunswick.

  • Students in schools, universities and community colleges in New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Newfoundland and Labrador and Prince Edward Island will be invited to promote and strengthen their entrepreneurial skills from ...

Families & Communities as Career Coaches

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Employment Standards - Your Rights and Responsibilities

From minimum wage and public holidays to leaves and dismissals, our information booklets contain important matters that affect your employment



Medicare now available for international students

Medicare coverage is now available for international students studying full-time ...

Students compete in provincewide career competition

High school students across New Brunswick will take part in ...

Public libraries offering free admission passes to Beaverbrook Art Gallery in October

Members of the public may visit any of the province’s ...

New member of Executive Council sworn in

In a ceremony in Balmoral, Lt.-Gov. Jocelyne Roy Vienneau swore ...