Thank you, Kevin Vickers!

Thank you, Kevin Vickers!

As President of the New Brunswick Liberal Association, I offer my thanks to Kevin Vickers on behalf of Liberals throughout the province.   Since becoming the leader of our party, he has travelled throughout New Brunswick, meeting Liberals, listening to business and community leaders and talking to people in coffee shops or in their homes … Continued

Thank you to all of our supporters!

I want to thank all our volunteers, donors and members for their unwavering support during the provincial election. I also want to thank each and every one of our candidates who raised the Liberal banner and put their names forward to represent our party. I offer my sincere congratulations to our returning Liberal MLAs – … Continued

Chris Duffie nominated as Liberal candidate in Fredericton West-Hanwell

Due to the on-going concerns surrounding COVID-19, the New Brunswick Liberal Association (NBLA) held its first virtual nomination convention Thursday night. Chris Duffie was nominated as the Liberal candidate for Fredericton West-Hanwell in an uncontested meeting that was streamed live on the internet.   Kevin Vickers, the Leader of the New Brunswick Liberal Party, congratulated … Continued

Ensure improved traffic flow and safety at our provincial borders

Travelers from within the new Atlantic bubble faced a massive traffic jam as they tried to enter New Brunswick over the weekend. Liberal Tourism critic, Jacques LeBlanc, is calling on the Higgs government to immediately provide their plan to ensure improved traffic flow and safety at the provincial borders.   “It’s obvious that the Provincial … Continued

Letter to the Premier

Attn: Hon Blaine Higgs     Dear Premier:   I wish to take this opportunity to express my concerns regarding recent media reports suggesting you may be considering calling a general election. I want you to know as I have repeatedly publicly expressed that our Party has no intention of causing an election this current … Continued

Economic recovery and supporting business should be government’s top priority

Kevin Vickers is calling on the Premier to make economic recovery and supporting business his top priority.   The Liberal Leader says that Premier Higgs is doing less to help the economy rebound from the Covid 19 crisis than any other Premier and this will likely be felt most in the new year. “The Premier … Continued

Extend document renewal deadline

The Liberal Opposition is calling on the Higgs government to extend the deadline to renew documents and open all Service New Brunswick locations. Today, June 30th, is the deadline to renew all licences, registrations, certificates and permits that expired since the pandemic began.   “We recognize that the government has made it easier to renew … Continued

Liberals elect new Leader of Official Opposition

The Liberal caucus met today to elect the interim Leader of the Official Opposition. At the end of the vote, the member for Bathurst-East-Nepisiguit-Saint-Isidore, Denis Landry, was declared interim Leader.   “I’m pleased that my colleagues placed their trust in me. Together we’re starting a new chapter in the story of the New Brunswick Liberal … Continued

Andy Hardy nominated as Liberal candidate in Southwest Miramichi-Bay du Vin

MIRAMICHI – The New Brunswick Liberal Association held a nomination convention Saturday afternoon for the next provincial election on September 24, 2018. Andy Hardy was nominated as the Liberal candidate for Southwest Miramichi-Bay du Vin.   Premier Brian Gallant, who is also Leader of the New Brunswick Liberal Party, was present at the nomination and … Continued

Vacancy in the riding of Campbellton-Dalhousie

FREDERICTON – There will be no by-election for the riding of Campbellton-Dalhousie announced Premier Brian Gallant today.   “Your government is committed to growing the economy, strengthening education and improving health care for all New Brunswickers, including those in the riding of Campbellton-Dalhousie,” said Gallant. “Holding a by-election this close to a general election does … Continued