Current Liberal Headlines and Stories

Current Liberal Headlines and Stories

Keep up with  our Liberal members in the Legislature and in their communities .   Please note that some of the articles are subject to a paid subscription to access.   Francine Landry, CBC “Report on devastating N.B. floods kept from public for two years, despite pledge Social Sharing” – Read more   Roger Melanson, … Continued

Current Liberal Headlines and Stories

Keep up with  our Liberal members in the Legislature and in their communities .  Some news stories we are in:   Please note that some of the articles are subject to a paid subscription to access.   Rob McKee, Telegraph-Journal “Rethink knee-jerk opposition to new Fredericton jail”  – Read more   Roger Melanson, Telegraph-Journal  “Health … Continued

Current Liberal Headlines and Stories

Keep up with  our Liberal members in the Legislature and in their communities .   Please note that some of the articles are subject to a paid subscription to access.     Roger Melanson, CBC “Miramichi lacks two MLAs as local government debate begins” – Read more   Roger Melanson, Telegraph-Journal “Higgs, nurses spar over contract … Continued

Statement by the Official Opposition on National Acadian Day 2021

“On National Acadian Day, we celebrate the rich Acadian heritage and culture that has helped shape New Brunswick’s identity.  Acadians have created a vibrant community that is an integral part of our social fabric.   Despite the hardships faced over centuries, the Acadian people have demonstrated courage and resilience.  Today, their dynamism contributes greatly to … Continued

Official Opposition Urges Higgs Government to Act on Federal Vaccination Passport

Fredericton (August 13, 2021) – The Official Opposition is calling on the Higgs government to act quickly with regards to the vaccination passport being developed by the federal government.  Manitoba has introduced a vaccine card and Québec will soon introduce a provincial vaccine passport while other provinces are considering options to provide documentation for proof … Continued

Statement from the Official Opposition on Nurses Union Contract Rejection

Fredericton (August 12, 2021)  – “It is painfully obvious to all New Brunswickers that the Higgs government does not value the significant contribution New Brunswick nurses have made and continue to make each and every day to ensure our health and safety.  The resounding rejection of the latest offer made to nurses by the Higgs … Continued

Ensuring women can fully participate in New Brunswick’s economic recovery

Moncton (September 11, 2020) – The COVID-19 pandemic has had a profound impact on all of us. Studies show that the pandemic has been harder on women than on men.   The Liberal Party is committed to ensuring that New Brunswick women can fully participate in our province’s economic recovery. “A cabinet committee will be … Continued

Recognizing the profession of artist

Moncton (September 11, 2020) – A Liberal government will pass a law recognizing the profession of artist. Arts and culture are an important part of our province’s identity and vitality. This sector of our economy has been hard hit by the Covid-19 pandemic.   “While many industries are slowly beginning to recover from the impact … Continued

Liberal Leader Kevin Vickers unveils his Party’s platform

Moncton (September 4, 2020) – The Liberal platform that was released today featured targeted measures aimed at growing the economy of New Brunswick in a sustainable and fiscally responsible way.   “While we continue to respond to the pandemic we must still focus on the future of our people, our communities and the economy,” said … Continued

Liberals will help the restaurant industry rebound from Covid-19

Saint John (September 2, 2020) – A Liberal government will implement a wholesale pricing policy for restaurants and bars for liquor purchases in order to help an industry struggling to rebound from the impact of the current pandemic.   The policy would make the industry more competitive and mirror policies in place the industry in … Continued