new brunswick

Printer-friendly version
New Brunswickers reap rewards of government spending restraint

The province's government debt has shrunk by more than $2 billion since 2019/20.

Printer-friendly version
New Brunswick builds the fewest homes per new resident in Canada

The province saw more population growth in 2021 and 2022 then in the previous 29 years combined.

Printer-friendly version
New Brunswick government could use new surplus to cut taxes

The province's personal income tax rates are among the highest in North America.

Printer-friendly version
New Brunswick government can help mining sector satisfy global demand for minerals

The province's mineral deposits include potash, copper, zinc, lead and nickel.

Printer-friendly version
Tax burden on New Brunswickers—high and rising

The average family in the province earning $112,418 will pay $49,623 in total taxes.

Printer-friendly version
Atlantic Canada lags behind rest of country on key employment indicators
The unemployment rate in Atlantic Canada was 8.7 per cent compared to 5.5 per cent in the rest of the country.

Printer-friendly version
New Brunswickers make less median employment income than most other Canadians

The province's median employment income was $3,350 lower than the Canadian average.

Printer-friendly version
Private surgical clinic making life better for New Brunswickers

The province's median wait time between referral to a specialist and receipt of treatment was 43.3 weeks.

Printer-friendly version
New Brunswick government should cut corporate welfare to generate tax relief

Provincial government subsidies total more than $100 million per year.