- 20 March 2023
The 34th Provincial French Pride Week will be celebrated from March 20 to 24. This year’s slogan is Fleurir l’Acadie, unir la francophonie! (flourishing Acadie, bringing the Francophonie together!)
- 07 March 2023
The provincial and federal governments are investing $20.8 million to improve the quality and accessibility of early learning and child-care services.
- 03 March 2023
The Department of Education and Early Childhood Development has revoked the operating licence of an early learning and child-care facility in Saint John.
Parents can stay connected through direct communications from the department as well as access to online resources for early learning, childcare and kindergarten through Grade 12.
Early learning and childcare
Everyone at their best...from the start recognizes the importance of a child’s first five years, and outlines the steps government and its partners are taking to enhance the quality, accessibility, and affordability of early learning and child care in New Brunswick.
Learning at Home: Resources for Families
Children are always learning, even when schools are closed. There are so many activities that provide opportunities for growth. Some of the best learning happens in everyday moments shared with children.
Need financial aid for child care?
Daycare Assistance Program provides financial assistance to access quality services
Launch of Provincial French Pride Week
The 34th Provincial French Pride Week will be celebrated from ...
New award to recognize innovative practices in francophone schools and child-care facilities
The names of the first recipients of the new Étincelles ...
Site announced for new school for Saint John’s central peninsula
Rainbow Park has been selected as the site of a ...
New Brunswick to participate in 2022 Francophonie Summit
Glen Savoie, minister responsible for La Francophonie, and Local Government ...