NB NDP Interim Leader Responds to Education Ministers “short-sighted” omission

For Immediate Release

November 1st, 2019

NB NDP Interim Leader Responds to Education Ministers “short-sighted” omission

Party Leader calls Education Minister’s Green Paper a “devaluation of support staff services”

Fredericton, NB, CANADA- Interim NB NDP Leader Mackenzie Thomason called Education Minister Dominic Cardy’s Green Paper on Education “short-sighted and neglectful” after it was revealed that not only were members of CUPE 2745 (representing Education

STATEMENT OF SUPPORT FOR FEDERAL NDP LEADER JAGMEET SINGH

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

September 5, 2019

STATEMENT OF SUPPORT FOR FEDERAL NDP LEADER JAGMEET SINGH

A letter circulated by the Green Party of Canada falsely reported former provincial New Brunswick NDP candidates leaving the NDP and joining the Green Party. Four NB NDP 2018 candidates who were added to this list without their consent Jean-Maurice Landry, Hailey Duffy, Madison Duffy, Betty Weir made the following statement:

Regarding Labour Day

For Immediate Release

August 30th, 2019

NB NDP Issues Statement of Support for Labour Day in New Brunswick

Party Leader expected to participate in several events

Fredericton, NB, CANADA- The New Brunswick NDP issued a statement supporting Labour Day ahead of the statutory holiday on September 2nd. The NDP and unionized workers have historically been strong allies, and the NDP recognizes and is proud of the active Labour movement in the province. Many unionized

NB NDP Leader Issues Sympathy Statement for the passing of the Lieutenant-Governor of NB

For Immediate Release

August 2nd, 2019

NB NDP Leader Issues Sympathy Statement for the passing of the Lieutenant-Governor of NB

Party Leader sends condolences to the family of the Right Honourable Jocelyne Roy-Vienneau

Fredericton, NB, CANADA- New Brunswick NDP Leader Mackenzie Thomason issued a statement of sympathy upon the passing of the Lieutenant Governor of New Brunswick.  He extended his deepest condolences on behalf

CBC News article: New Brunswick NDP cancels leadership convention after candidate fails vetting process

CBC News

New Brunswick NDP cancels leadership convention after candidate fails vetting process

Spokesperson says search for qualified candidates will continue

The New Brunswick New Democratic Party remains optimistic it will recruit a number of qualified candidates in order to hold a leadership convention.

On Wednesday, party president Cyprien

Press Release: Regarding Leadership Convention

For Immediate Release

July 31st, 2019

NB NDP Leader Hopeful Unable to Pass Party Vetting

Party President vows to hold a, “…longer leadership campaign”

Fredericton, NB, CANADA- New Brunswick NDP President Cyprien Okana announced the party will not hold a leadership convention in August as originally planned.  The party’s one candidate failed to pass the vetting process, and therefore the party

New Interim Leader

The new President of the NBNDP welcomes the new interim Leader

The New Brunswick New Democratic Party held a provincial council meeting on March 24, 2019. The deliberations of this council meeting included the selection of an interim leader. Mackenzie Thomason, candidate for New Maryland Sunbury in the 2018 election, was elected as the Interim Leader.

With a helping spirit and a strong

On September 24 vote NDP : a letter from Jennifer McKenzie

Friday September 21, 2018

This is it. The last stretch, the final countdown to Election Day.

During this campaign, I wanted to send a message to New Brunswickers that the NDP will stand up for them and their families. The NDP has a plan to build a province where no one is left behind and where young people want to stay.

We have a wonderful team of candidates, ones

Jennifer McKenzie wants to build a province for youth

Saint John, September 20 – The NDP is committed to building a New Brunswick where young people can see themselves in a prosperous future with good jobs and public services they can count on.

”The greatest challenge to our province is that our youth are leaving, our future is leaving. And when they go they  leave a hole in our families, our communities and in our hearts. For youth

NDP commits to improve safety in every workplace and workers’ lives

Saint John, September 19, 2018 – The NDP is committed to improve the daily lives of workers.  Our plan for $10/day child care spaces in schools, open from 6am to 6pm, will greatly benefit workers with flexible schedules and at a cost that works for them.  Raising the minimum wage to $15 an hour, plus the labour laws reform for better working conditions and addressing precarious work, will improve lives of