Government of New Brunswick
Due to COVID-19, the Economic and Social Inclusion Corporation (ESIC) partners with the Government of New Brunswick departments in focusing on two crucial issues for the most vulnerable New Brunswickers:

Food Security
ESIC and the 12 Community Inclusion Networks (CINs) are currently gathering information on food security across New Brunswick. This information is shared with the Department of Social Development and other stakeholders.  

Community Transportation

ESIC and the 12 Community Inclusion Networks (CINs) are taking additional steps to identify and improve availability  of needed transportation services in the province.

To find a transortation service near your community, please consult this list:
Transportation Services in NB
Protocols for transportation services – Volunteers and Organizations
The public health phases used in Protocol #1 are color-coded to indicate the level of COVID-19 safety restrictions put in place to protect volunteers and clients of the Transportation Programs. Please verify the colour phase for your operational zone on the Public Health website here: NB’s recovery plan

1. Red phase Operational Protocol – May 29, 2020
    Orange phase Operational Protocol – May 29, 2020
    Yellow phase Operational Protocol – May 29, 2020
2. Program Description - April 17, 2020
3. Client Questionnaire - April 17, 2020 
4. General Information - April 17, 2020
5. Service Overload - April 17. 2020 

The Economic and Social Inclusion Corporation was created to develop, oversee, coordinate and implement initiatives to reduce poverty and assist thousands of New Brunswickers to become more self-sufficient.

The co-chairs and president are members of a board of directors representing government; business; community non-profit organizations; and persons having experienced poverty.


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Health Inequities in
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Report on Health Inequities in New Brunswick by the Office of the Chief Medical Officer of Health of New Brunswick



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