Fellow New Brunswickers,


I have created this website as a medium to extend our community reach. To better inform and involve those whom would like to get involved in both their government and community. On this website you will find some of the projects and initiatives that I have helped to create and organize to better the Canadian, Provincial, and local communities in which they participate in. I implore you - get involved! Help me to develop these wonderful causes; to improve our Fredericton, our New Brunswick. If you have a project you would like to begin, or currently work on and would like our help - get in contact with us! There is no project, cause, or person too small that doesn't deserve a voice. Lets hear it!

Sincerly,

Brian Thomas Macdonald - MLA

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Dear Fredericton Residents,


I have created this website as a medium to extend our community reach. To better inform and involve those who would like to get involved in both their government and community. On this website you will find some of the projects I have helped to create and organize to better the Canadian, Provincial, and local communities in which they participate in. I implore you - get involved! Help me to help these wonderful causes; to improve our Fredericton, our New Brunswick. If you have a project you would like to begin, or currently work on and would like our help - get in contact with us! There is no project, cause, or person too small that doesnt deserve a voice. Lets hear it!

Sincerly,

Brian Thomas Macdonald - MLA

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About Brian


Brian Macdonald is the Member of the Legislative Assembly (MLA) for Fredericton West-Hanwell, and has served as an MLA in New Brunswick since first being elected in 2010. Brian’s background includes work with the military, seniors, first responders, New Brunswick charities and all sorts of community initiatives and organizations.




Projects & Organizations


Brian has been a founding member and crucial leader in these New Brunswick community projects and organizations:

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Helmets to Hardhats

NB Program to help veterans transition in to skill trades.

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NBGCC

Co-ordinated efforts of all groups working for Veterans.

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Highway Of Heroes

NB’s highway dedicated for whom have fallen in the line of duty.

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Walk To Remember

The story of New Brunswick First Nations & Settlers.

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War of 1812 Committee

NB War of 1812 Commemorations Committee.

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Emergency Services Day

A day for emergency responders, veterans and their families.

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Iraqi Currency Exchange

Exchange Officer; Southern Iraqi currency exchange.

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Make Fredericton First

First National LAV Memorial to Afghanistan.

Frequently Asked Questions


There are many ways to get involved in New Brunswick politics. One of the fastest and easiest ways to have your voice heard is to contact your MLA. There’s no concern or comment too big or small. Here’s a contact directory featuring all of New Brunswick’s MLAs.

You could also contact the Government Members Office (506-453-2548), the Official Opposition Office (506-453-7494) or the Office of Third Party Leader (506-457-6842) to voice your concerns and discover other involvement opportunities.

Do you have a unique background or feel passionately about particular aspects of New Brunswick or GNB affairs? You should consider participating in Agencies, Boards and Commissions. New Brunswick is always looking for qualified individuals to serve on ABCs. Find out how you can get involved here.

If you’d like to get involved with the major New Brunswick political parties. Pop over to their websites! They’re often looking for volunteers.

The Mactaquac Dam Generating Station supplies approximately 12 per cent of New Brunswick’s homes and businesses with clean energy. The Mactaquac Project was a NB Power initiative to determine the future of the generating station. On Dec. 26, 2016, the project concluded the Mactaquac Dam Generating Station will continue to operate until 2068. The maintenance required is expected to cost between $2.9 billion to $3.6 billion.

New Brunswicker’s seniors have been responsible for building everything we love about our province. They deserve and have earned the utmost respect and care. Unfortunately, we too often hear of New Brunswick seniors dealing with the fallout from budget cuts.

A great way to help our NB’s senior citizens is to talk to other New Brunswickers. If you know a senior, ask them what can be improved. If your neighbours have a family or friends in a senior program, ask them about it. If you hear something you’d like fixed or changed, consider contacting your MLA or the Department of Social Development.

You could also contact the New Brunswick Senior Citizen’s Federation. They’re a bilingual, not-for-profit organization committed to the advancement of issues related to the wellbeing of all New Brunswick seniors.

There’s a ton on information regarding programs available to New Brunswick seniors on the GNB website. A guide containing all services and programs available can be viewed and ordered here.

You sure can. If you’d like to visit the Legislature you can find more information here. Did you know that you can also stream video and audio Legislative Sessions from the comfort of your home? You can learn all about it, here.

If have a great idea that will benefit your community or the province, Brian wants to hear from you! MLA Brian MacDonald has helped launch a number of community projects and initiatives and he can help you too.

Brian can help you turn your project from a concept into real community impact. Send Brian an email of give him a call, today!

Contacting your MLA is a great way to have your voice heard and impact your local government and community. There is a directory of New Brunswick’s MLAs available online. You could also contact the Government Members Office (506-453-2548), the Official Opposition Office (506-453-7494) or the Office of Third Party Leader (506-457-6842).

On Dec. 14, 2017, New Brunswick Environment Minister Serge Rouselle announced that New Brunswickers will begin paying a 2.33-cent-per-litre carbon tax starting April, 2018. Increased. The minister said this tax is large enough for now but didn’t say if it would increase in the future.

Get Involved!

Did you know you can visit legislature? Here is some information on how you can get involved.


Brian Macdonald


Phone : (506) 453-8461
Fax : (506) 453-4135

MAILING ADDRESS
Old Education Building, East Block

P. O. Box 6000
Fredericton, NB
E3B 5H1
Canada


Distrct 43 West-Hanwell


Constituency Office:
Fredericton West-Hanwell

1757 Hanwell Road
Hanwell, New Brunswick
E3C 2B9
Canada


Legislative Assembly


Phone : (506) 453-2506
Fax : (506) 453-7154
Email : wwwleg@gnb.ca

MAILING ADDRESS
Legislative Building, Centre Block
P. O. Box 6000
Fredericton, NB
E3B 5H1
Canada