Revised Mandatory Order

Effective Saturday, April 24 at 11:59 pm (and revised Sunday, April 25 at 11:59pm), the Province has brought in new rules regulating travel in and out of New Brunswick.  Chief Medical Officer Jennifer Russell has expressed concern regarding the detection of variants of COVID-19 in the Province which spread faster.  These new measures are anticipated…

Revised Mandatory Order

On Thursday, March 25, 2021, the Province issued a revised Mandatory Order to reflect the transition of Edmundston and the Madawaska Region back to the Red Phase of Recovery. The Red Phase requirements are consistent with those in place during the previous Red Phase in Zone 4 earlier this year. On Friday, March 26, 2021,…

Revised Mandatory Order

The mandatory order was revised yesterday to reflect the transition of the entire Province back to the orange level of recovery. Regions in the Orange Level All zones of the Province have entered into the orange level of recovery. This includes the following: New Brunswick residents are limited to a single household bubble. This includes…

Successful NKE Writers

Congratulations to the following individuals on passing the National Knowledge Exam in October 2020:

  • Danica Beaulieu
  • Amanda Bilodeau
  • Jane Crawford
  • Jillian English
  • Cathy Floyd
  • Jennifer Frampton
  • Amy Graham
  • David Horgan
  • Heather MacPherson
  • Stephanie Maillet
  • Diana McLean
  • Anthonia Opara
  • Kristin Young
  • Esther Ekpemo Ojo

Call for Nominations – Treasurer 2021-2023

The Board of Directors of CPHRNB would like to release a call for nominations for the voluntary CPHRNB Executive Committee role of Treasurer. The Treasurer will serve a two-year term beginning in February 2021. The Treasurer plays a critical role in the financial management of the organization working in partnership with the Board of Directors…

Re-opening & Recovery of New Brunswick

A Guide for Businesses & Organizations

The Chamber of Commerce for Greater Moncton, in partnership with the Fredericton Chamber and the Saint John Region Chamber, has developed a business re-opening guide. This guide consolidates the information provided so far by the province on the steps businesses must take to safely reopen.

Amendments to the New Brunswick Employment Standards Act

On April 17th , legislation was passed to amend the Employment Standards Act to provide for an emergency leave to protect workers’ jobs during states of emergency and public health threats.  An Act to Amend the Employment Standards Act (the “Act”) provides that an employer must grant an employee a leave of absence in accordance with the regulations made…