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The New Brunswick Business Council (NBBC) believes that New Brunswick has amazing opportunities for graduates with innovative companies. But, how can we get more post-secondary students to stay in New Brunswick after graduation? How can we connect students to real opportunities and get companies the talent they need to grow? These questions sparked the Innovation Bus Tour, part of a new experiential learning course offered at Mount Allison University.

New Brunswick residents are accustomed to paying a little more for goods and services each year; it’s called inflation and it’s a natural by-product of our economy.
But how would you feel if the cost of a service you were obliged to pay nearly tripled within three years? How would you react if the cost of your car insurance tripled over three years? What hard choices would you have to make if the cost of electricity tripled?

An alliance of six business associations representing over 4,000 businesses in New Brunswick today announced its pre-election platform, We Choose Growth. The group is asking each of the provincial parties to commit to actions that support five priority areas of growth in their election platforms.

The Policy Studies Centre at the University of New Brunswick released a report along with 10 key recommendations that emerged from the Symposium on Carbon Pricing in New Brunswick held in January, which was organized through the Policy Studies Centre at the University of New Brunswick in partnership with the New Brunswick Business Council.