N.B. government announces COVID-19 support and measures

The New Brunswick government announces measures to support individuals, families, communities and businesses amid the COVID-19 pandemic.


Mai 2021

No updates.

April 2021

No updates.

March 2021 

No updates.

February 2021

No updates.

January 2021

No updates.

December 2020 

No updates.

November 2020 

  • Investment of $14 million to help early learning, child care sector with increased COVID-19 costs. Read more
  • Investment of $15.2 million to help vulnerable populations impacted by the pandemic. Read more
  •  $14 million in federal support for New Brunswick’s child care sector. Read more

October 2020  

No updates.

September 2020

No updates.

August 2020

  • Return to school plans released, support for vulnerable students. Read more
  • Expanded options for long-term care visitations. Read more

July 2020

  • Provincial amendments to the federally funded essential worker wage top-up program. The program now includes private-sector home care support workers and early learning and child care enhanced support workers who provide direct client care. Read more

June 2020

No updates.

May 2020

  • Students provided with Internet and technology access to support home learning. Read more
  • Schools to reopen for teachers and staff but will remain closed for students. Read more
  • Top-up funding for front-line workers. Read more

April 2020

  • State of emergency extended. Read more
  • Continuity of learning, graduation plans released. Read more 

March 2020

  • Child care services remain available for essential service workers. Read more

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