Government of New Brunswick


Additions to provincial art collection

Lieutenant-Governor Brenda Murphy presented the latest additions to the provincial art collection - collectionArtNB - at Government House on Thursday, Sept. 6. Twenty-three works by New Brunswick artists will tour the province over the next year. The permanent collection includes nearly 1,000 works of visual art. From left: Fredericton South MLA David Coon; artists Garry Sanipass, Alanna Baird and Colin ...

New Brunswick captures medals during Francophonie Games

The 9th Francophonie Games came to a close on Sunday in Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo. Team Canada-New Brunswick returned home with two bronze medals in freestyle wrestling and also took part in cultural competitions at the games. From left: Fredericton wrestlers Vivian Kutnowski and Elena Sehic won medals in their weight categories (under 65 kg and under 72 kg ...

Team New Brunswick announces its participants for the 2023 Jeux de la Francophonie

The provincial government today announced the members of the team that will represent New Brunswick at the ninth Jeux de la Francophonie to be held in Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of the Congo, from July 28 to Aug. 6. First row, from left: wrestling coach Don Ryan; wrestler Tania Blanchard; mission staff member Armand Doucet; and Pierre-André Doucet, who is representing ...

Ministers responsible for culture and heritage meet to discuss common priorities

Federal, provincial and territorial ministers responsible for culture and heritage held their annual meeting in Toronto this week to discuss common priorities for 2023–24. From left: federal Heritage Minister Pablo Rodriguez and Tourism, Heritage and Culture Minister Tammy Scott-Wallace.

New artwork installed at Hanwell Park Academy

Four pieces of public art have been installed and officially presented at Hanwell’s kindergarten-to-Grade 8 school in keeping with the New Brunswick Public Art Policy From left: Claire Gulliver, public art co-ordinator, Department of Tourism, Heritage and Culture; Darla Day, director of schools, Fredericton Education Centre; artist Jean Rooney; artist Karen LeBlanc; Hanwell Park Academy principal Pierre Plourde; artist Chelsea ...

Flag bearer

Double-medalist Marisol Savoie of Moncton served as Sunday’s flag bearer, leading Team New Brunswick into Charlottetown’s Eastlink Centre, site of the closing ceremony.

Bronze medal

Tessa Scott of Saint John, claimed a bronze medal Saturday in women’s boxing.

Bronze medal

The team is composed of Brandi Lingley, Vicky Pitre, Marisol Savoie, Chelsea Pelletier, Kayla McLean, Mahee Savoie and Dakota Sanzana.

Kane skates to silver medal

Beresford’s Molly Kane captured silver in the Special Olympics level 3 figure skating.

Silver in fencing

Graham Goodwin of Fredericton garnered a silver medal in the men’s épée individual fencing event.

Judo captures four medals

From left: Dakota Sanzana, Brandi Lingley, Mahee Savoie and Felix Cyr.

Team New Brunswick wins three medals

On the first day of judo competition Marisol Savoie, of Moncton, captured gold in the women’s individual 44 kg.

Fencer Claire Han earns bronze at Canada Games

Team New Brunswick’s Claire Han won a bronze medal in fencing Tuesday.

Women’s 3000m short track relay speed skaters win bronze

The foursome of Mya Payne, Hannah MacDougall, Courtney Charlong and Katie Bower skated to the bronze medal.

Courtney Charlong wins bronze medal in short track speed skating

Campbellton’s Courtney Charlong won a bronze medal in women’s 500 metre short track speed skating.

Dexter Richard wins bronze medal in trampoline

Fredericton’s Dexter Richard won a bronze medal on Wednesday.

New Brunswick synchro men win gold medal in trampoline

Dexter Richard and Eric Davis, both of Fredericton, won the gold medal in the men’s synchro trampoline.

Team New Brunswick flag bearers

Team New Brunswick flag bearers Courtney Charlong, of Campbellton and Austin MacLellan, of Fredericton, lead Team New Brunswick into Saturday’s opening ceremony of the 2023 Canada Winter Games in Charlottetown, PEI.

Opening Ceremony

Premier Blaine Higgs and Tourism, Heritage and Culture Minister Tammy Scott-Wallace hand over Team New Brunswick’s flags to flag bearers Campbellton’s Courtney Charlong and Fredericton’s Austin MacLellan during Saturday’s opening ceremony of the 2023 Canada Winter Games in Charlottetown, PEI.

Charlong and MacLellan named Canada Games flag-bearers

Nicole Smith, chef de mission, Team New Brunswick flag bearers Courtney Charlong and Austin MacLellan.

Final roster for the province’s Canada Games teams announced

Team New Brunswick has announced the final rosters of the 23 teams that will represent the province at the 2023 Canada Winter Games taking place Feb. 18 to March 5 in Prince Edward Island. From left: Team New Brunswick chef de mission Nicole Smith, and Tourism, Heritage and Culture Minister Tammy Scott-Wallace.

New partnership strengthens cultural and tourism ties with Louisiana

A new agreement will strengthen cultural, artistic and heritage links between New Brunswick and Louisiana. Tourism, Heritage and Culture Minister Tammy Scott-Wallace (right) and Billy Nungesser, lieutenant governor of Louisiana, signed the agreement at a ceremony in Baton Rouge.