New Brunswick’s Electoral Boundaries and Representation Commission will receive additional feedback this week on a proposed new electoral map that redraws the boundaries of the province’s 49 electoral districts.
The select committee on accessibility in New Brunswick says the province’s disability community strongly supports development of accessibility legislation, and the committee agrees this is the correct first step toward creating an accessible province.
A proposed new electoral map redraws the boundaries of the province’s 49 electoral districts while providing effective representation for all residents, according to the co-chairs of the Electoral Boundaries and Representation Commission.
Successes and challenges, along with a focus on future growth and opportunities, highlighted in throne speech10/25/2022
Today’s speech from the throne discussed the government’s challenges and successes, as well as focusing on new opportunities for growth.
The names of the mover and seconder for the speech from the throne were announced today.
New Brunswickers will have an opportunity to recommend changes to the province’s 49 electoral districts through a series of public hearings announced today.
The legislative administration committee, an all-party committee of the legislative assembly of New Brunswick, has appointed an independent two-person committee to review and make recommendations on the salaries and benefits of MLAs under the Legislative Assembly Act.
The legislative assembly passed three motions recommending the appointment of three legislative officers. They include Paul Martin as auditor general, Marie-France Pelletier as ombud and Kelly Lamrock as child, youth and senior advocate.
On this International Day of Persons with Disabilities, the select committee on accessibility in New Brunswick reminds the public that they are invited to submit written briefs with recommendations to address the challenges outlined in Motion 78.
Competitions to fill the positions of ombud and child, youth and seniors’ advocate were announced today.