New Brunswicker


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New Brunswicker

(ˈbrʌnzwɪkə)
n
(Placename) a native or inhabitant of New Brunswick
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The youngest New Brunswicker to receive this honor since its creation.
In fact, as a New Brunswicker, I am struck by how accurately she has described developments in my province during the past twenty years.
The speech outlined five challenges to solve: balanced financial sustainability, energizing the private sector, making public health care accessible and dependable, building a world-class education system, and giving every New Brunswicker a pathway to the middle class.
Rather, the province's linguistic regime is founded on two distinct, though complementary, principles--institutional bilingualism and linguistic duality--that seek to ensure the right of every New Brunswicker to be unilingual.
He suggested the Department of Social Development was incurring a $19 million reduction that would affect the most vulnerable New Brunswickers. He further noted the costs associated with the cancellation of numerous capital projects that had already started, such as the twinning of certain major highways and the construction of new court facilities.
Nurses make a difference in the lives of their patients everyday; improving the health outcomes and the overall well-being of all New Brunswickers. We are no "ordinary leaders"!
"At this time, I would ask New Brunswickers, particularly those in areas identified by police, to keep informed about the situation as it develops and follow the instructions of law enforcement officials working in the area," the statement added.
Our Branch is pleased to have had one of our own contribute in such a way to a place very near and dear to so many New Brunswickers.
* Mathieu Wade explains why although New Brunswick is a bilingual province, New Brunswickers have not succeeded in becoming a bilingual people.
Seventeen other New Brunswickers were caught in the same sting that day.

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