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Finance and Treasury Board
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Pooled Registered Pension Plan now available for certain employees, self-employed
A pension plan designed for employees of small to mid-sized companies and people who are self-employed is now available in the province.
Review of Right to Information and Protection of Privacy Act complete, report filed with legislative assembly
The Department of Finance and Treasury Board has filed a report with the legislative assembly containing key findings and recommendations from the review of the Right to Information and Protection of Privacy Act.
Budget 2023-24 – Growth and Opportunity: Delivering for New Brunswickers
The provincial government tabled today its 2023-24 budget which outlines significant investments in priority areas including health, education, and supporting vulnerable populations, while also maintaining a sustainable and responsible approach to managing its finances.
TikTok app banned from government-issued mobile devices
Effective immediately, the application TikTok will be banned from all mobile devices issued by the provincial government.
Fund created to generate investment income
The provincial government has earmarked $300 million to establish the New Brunswick Advantage Savings Fund.
Third-quarter results reflect continued strength in provincial economy: minister
Third-quarter financial results released today demonstrate continued strength in the provincial economy and are in line with improvements in revenue and fiscal projections across the country, according to Finance and Treasury Board Minister Ernie Steeves.
New Brunswickers invited to share their input for 2023-24 provincial budget
New Brunswickers are invited to participate in the pre-budget consultation process for the 2023-24 budget.
Tentative agreement reached with group represented by Public Service Alliance of Canada
The provincial government has reached a tentative collective agreement with school business officials represented by the Public Service Alliance of Canada.
Fuel and Food Benefit program extended
The provincial government is extending a program that provides financial assistance to eligible individuals and families confronted with the rising cost of living.
New tentative collective agreement reached with medical science professionals group
The provincial government has reached a new tentative agreement with the medical science professionals group represented by the New Brunswick Union.
2023-24 capital budget reflects increased demands brought on by population growth
The provincial government has tabled a $1 billion capital budget, an increase of $152.3 million over the multi-year plan tabled last year.
Gallery’s new exhibit a window into provincial archives treasures
The public will soon have an inside look at what is preserved by the Provincial Archives of New Brunswick and learn that it is a lot more than the written word.
Consumer spending, job growth and population growth lead to improved tax revenues
Unprecedented population growth is being credited for strong gains in provincial taxation revenue.
Additional reductions to personal income tax rate introduced
The provincial government today introduced legislative amendments to the New Brunswick Income Tax Act that would further reduce provincial personal income taxes, benefitting more than 200,000 taxpayers.
Property tax rate reductions to be accelerated
The provincial government introduced legislation today that would accelerate the implementation of the provincial property tax rate reductions that had been introduced in March.
Tentative collective agreement with medical science professionals group
The provincial government has reached a tentative agreement with the medical science professionals group represented by the New Brunswick Union.
Public Accounts for 2021-22
The provincial government has released the public accounts for the 2021-22 fiscal year ending March 31, 2022.
Remote Satellite Internet Rebate Program announced
The provincial government has announced a new program to improve internet access in rural areas.
Public feedback sought for discussion paper on Right to Information and Protection of Privacy Act
New Brunswickers are invited to offer feedback on a new discussion paper as part of a review of the Right to Information and Protection of Privacy Act.
First-quarter results reflect solid economic recovery and population growth: Steeves
The provincial government’s first-quarter results for the 2022-23 fiscal year show a $135.5 million surplus.