Marco LeBlanc will be the Liberal candidate for Restigouche-Chaleur

Marco LeBlanc will be the Liberal candidate for Restigouche-Chaleur

The New Brunswick Liberal Party is pleased to announce Marco LeBlanc has been officially nominated as the Liberal candidate for the riding of Restigouche-Chaleur.    “I am excited that Marco will be joining our team to run as the Liberal Candidate in the Restigouche-Chaleur by-election” says Susan Holt, Leader of the New Brunswick Liberal Party. … Continued

2023-24 Budget: Don’t leave New Brunswickers behind

Next week, Finance Minister Ernie Steeves will table the fifth budget of the Higgs Government. After consulting with citizens and stakeholders, the Liberal Opposition is sharing what it hopes to see in the 2023-24 provincial budget.   “Team Higgs is improving their own bottom line while the people of New Brunswick continue to suffer. That’s … Continued

6 Ideas to improve Mental Health Access in NB

Increase the mobile mental health crisis unit service to 24/7. Over the next few weeks, we’ll be sharing some of our ideas to improve mental health access and supports. First up, we would like to see expanded service hours for the mobile crisis unit so that it operates 24/7. The hours of the mobile unit … Continued

Contested nomination for Restigouche-Chaleur

The New Brunswick Liberal Association is delighted to announce the names of the candidates seeking the Liberal nomination for the riding of Restigouche-Chaleur. The NBLA received two candidate packages prior to the deadline of March 3 at 4:30pm, which met all compliance requirements and were subsequently reviewed and approved by the Green Light Committee. The … Continued

Richard Losier nominated as Liberal candidate for Dieppe

The Liberal Party is pleased to announce Richard Losier is officially nominated as the Liberal candidate for the riding of Dieppe. The nomination was held earlier today at the Wingate Hotel Dieppe.   “I am honoured to become the Liberal candidate to represent Dieppe in the upcoming by-election,” says Richard Losier. “The people of Dieppe … Continued

Liberal Opposition focused on New Brunswickers’ priorities

The Liberal Opposition has gathered in Fredericton to share the top priorities of their neighbours, discuss the key issues facing the province and determine how to best support New Brunswickers in the upcoming budget.   “Over the last few months our team has been on the ground, listening to their constituents and connecting with stakeholders. … Continued

Liberal Association launches nomination process for Restigouche-Chaleur

The New Brunswick Liberal Association has preparations well underway for the highly anticipated upcoming by-elections. We have kicked off our efforts to elect three new Liberal MLAs, and we are excited to announce that the Restigouche-Chaleur Liberal Association will be holding their nominating convention on Sunday, March 26, 2023, at the Salle multifonctionnelle Denis-Richard in … Continued

Will the State of the Province Address reflect New Brunswickers reality?

The Liberal Party is sharing its expectations for the 2023 State of the Province Address (SOTP) as New Brunswick is facing serious challenges in terms of healthcare, housing, education, cost of living and more.   “New Brunswickers are struggling right now, and it would be an insult to the population for the Premier to say … Continued

A plan to focus on what’s really important in New Brunswick schools

As uncertainty continues around the future of French Immersion education, Liberal Leader Susan Holt is urging the Higgs government not to move forward with their plan to abolish French Immersion.   “Teachers, school staff and educational experts are speaking up, calling for stability. Now is not the time to impose a rushed one-size-fits-no-one approach to … Continued

Official Opposition to Bring Motion to Legislature on French Immersion

Now that the consultation sessions on the proposed abolishment of French Immersion have ended, the Official Opposition is insisting the Higgs Government reverse its decision and reopen French Immersion registration for the 2023-24 school year and table a plan to properly resource the education system.   “Over the past few weeks, we have heard from … Continued