Government of New Brunswick
  • The government has accepted the recommendations contained in a strategy developed earlier this year by the Council on Aging and will implement 77 action items.

  • A response was issued today by Families and Children Minister Stephen Horsman to the June 9 and June 20 recommendations from the Child Death Review Committee. The committee reviewed the ...

  • Moncton has been named the first age-friendly community in New Brunswick, after successfully establishing policies and providing services to promote healthy aging and wellness.

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Province names first age-friendly community

Moncton has been named the first age-friendly community in New ...

New Brunswickers invited to provide input on affordable housing strategy

The provincial government has launched an online survey encouraging New ...

New program aims to increase independence of seniors

A program launched today is designed to help seniors remain ...

Report released on providing support for people with a disability

The provincial government has released a report on providing support ...