Government of New Brunswick

Agencies, boards and commissions do important work on behalf of New Brunswickers by providing advice to government, helping ensure delivery of services to citizens and regulating key sectors of the economy.

 

Types of ABCs


ABCs
vary in the size, type and mandate. Some have regulatory and formal judgment or decision making authority; some provide the public with vital goods and services; and others play a large role in developing policy and communicating these policies to New Brunswickers.


New Brunswick ABCs include:
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Crown Corporations are government-owned entities that operate at arm's length from government. The levels of complexity of these boards vary as they may provide oversight and/or direction.

Examples:


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nbp

 

 

snb

 

 

esic
anbl


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A tribunal or regulatory body performs licensing functions, hear appeals, adjudicate, judge or make decisions.

Examples:

EUB



NBPC



wcat

 

 


An Administrative or decision-making body provides oversight of operational or managerial functions, including budgetary decisions.

Examples:

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nbarts

 

 


Advisory bodies provide advice and recommendations to the province in a variety of different areas.

Examples:

NBWC

 

 

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