Minister Mendicino announces changes to facilitate online learning for international students July 14, 2020—Ottawa—
According to the report, New Brunswick would have recovered 95 percent of its February GDP by the end of the year.
Prime Minister announces more support for workers and businesses through Canada’s COVID-19 Economic Response Plan
We have attracted a higher share of immigrants with young children than most other provinces and this has helped us push through another psychological barrier.
The project will serve national security interests and fits within the federal government’s National Cybersecurity Strategy and Innovation Agenda. Furthermore, the Cyber Centre will distinguish New Brunswick as a national leader in cybersecurity, specifically for critical infrastructure protection.
In November alone, 75 building permits worth more than $17 million were filed, much higher than the nearly $3.6 million worth of permits filed in November 2018.
MONCTON – The government of New Brunswick launched a pilot program that will provide entrepreneurs one-on-one help to navigate the business regulatory system, Economic Development and Small Business Minister Mary Wilson announced Wednesday night.
“Dear GSJ describes economic development in simple terms: what is really going on in our economy, what initiatives are underway and where we most need to lean into challenges and opportunities.”