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Through the program Stepping up for my New Brunswick, members of the public had until the end of the year 2020 to nominate individuals they felt had stepped up in various and meaningful ways to minimize the impact of the pandemic in the province.

A total of 89 New Brunswickers have been recognized for their exemplary acts of service.

“Over the course of the year, New Brunswickers have demonstrated resilience, leadership, generosity and support for one another,” said Premier Blaine Higgs. “From all regions of New Brunswick, individuals went above and beyond, for their neighbours, friends, family members and their communities.  On behalf of all New Brunswickers, it’s with great honour and admiration, that I sincerely thank each of the individuals who have been stepping up for our province, as well as the people who submitted their nominations.”


2 Vicky Fraser

Vicky Fraser

As the director of the L'Envolée child care centre in Fredericton North, Ms. Fraser opened the facility as an emergency centre for self-employed workers during the lockdown, and it was the only Francophone centre in the region.

1 Vicky Buchan

Vicky Buchan

A small business owner, Ms. Buchan prioritized her clients' wellbeing and developed creative ways to exercise "together apart" by moving classes online overnight and offering at-home workouts

4 Ryan Lepoidvin

Ryan Lepoidvin

Mr. Lepoidvin stepped up for others by continuously delivering food and essentials to those in need.

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Andrea Crossley

As a Nurse Manager of Labour and Delivery at the Dr. Everett Chalmers Regional Hospital in Fredericton, Ms. Crossley demonstrated exceptional leadership in ensuring the safety of the staff, nurses, doctors and their families, while also providing outstanding care to patients and keeping everyone apprised of critical information. 

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Vicki Palmer-Boer

Ms. Palmer-Boer initiated a movement to support front line workers by providing them gift baskets with local goods, including a gift card from her own store.  

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Paulo Jay Gurion

Mr. Gurion's provided much needed support and outreach, particularly for newly landed immigrants and newcomers in his community.

6 Bayview

The Team at the Bayview Trucks & Equipment

 The company and staff from across the regions (Saint John, Moncton, Fredericton, Bathurst, Woodstock, New Glasgow, Miramichi) worked tirelessly to support the trucking industry throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, and continue to work the front lines in order to ensure that the essential needs of our province are met.

9 Coretta Abbott - 4
9 Coretta Abbott - 3

Coretta Abbott

Ms. Abbott made hundreds of face masks for family and friends, and for local nursing homes as well.  

16 Dustin Leclerc

Dustin Leclerc 

Mr. Leclerc was instrumental in ensuring the delivery  of more than 50,000 meal/snack portions to nearly 3,000 individuals with accessibility and/or financial barriers during the red and orange stages of the pandemic. He was recognized for his exemplary leadership and commitment to the food bank community.

14 Charles Bernard

His Worshop Mr. Charles Bernard

His Worship Mr. Charles Bernard was recognized for his outstanding dedication to his community throughout the pandemic.

17 Joey & Sunny Couture

Joey Couture and Sunny Bosca

Small business owners, the Couture Boscas, immediately put the necessary precautions in place with curbside service to serve clients safely and deliver food to those in need.

18 Burpee Wagner

Burpee Wagner

Mr. Wagner volunteers for organizations such as the Elks, Legion, Rotary, Masonic and Trinity Anglican, and was a great support to his neighbours and friends throughout the pandemic. He was recognised for his volunteerism, kindness, generosity and leadership.

20 Joy Howie

Joy Howie

A nurse at the Dr. Everett Chalmers Hospital, Ms. Howie was recognized for ensuring the units (post Anesthetic Care Unit, Day Surgery, and Pre-Operative Clinic) ran smoothly despite procedural and policy changes as a result of the pandemic.  

19 Dr. Chelsey Ellis

Dr. Chelsey Ellis

A microbiologist, Dr. Ellis' was recognized for her dedication and efforts to put the necessary protocols in place to protect the citizens of our province.

24 Jeshua Becker

Jeshua Becker

Mr. Becker was recognized for his initiative and leadership in applying for a community youth grant which he used to help struggling families through the pandemic by delivering food boxes to them.

21 April Medford

April Medford

Ms. Medford was recognized for the delivery of groceries to many seniors and for preparing home cooked meals for those less fortunate.

22 Hanna Hood

Hanna Hood

Ms. Hood, a Licensed Pratical Nursing student, was recognized for her work at the Department of Health doing health checks, and for volunteering in Campbellton when the outbreak hit that region.

25 Brenda Anthony

Brenda Anthony

Ms. Anthony worked with "Masks in Need" to ensure that people who could not socially distance received masks and supplies to help keep them safe. She is affectionately known as “Lovey” to the people she serves, and was recognized for her dedication to the vulnerable in her community.

28 Celine Sterckel

Celine Sterckel

Ms. Sterckel, a high school student, was recognized for her creativity, leadership and generosity in fundraising money for the student lunch bag program through Knights Community at Moncton High School.

27 Annie St-Laurent

Annie  St-Laurent

Ms. St-Laurent was recognized for her dedication to the effective operation of the COVID clinic at the Saint-Quentin hospital and for ensuring the health, safety, and well-being of patients. 

35 Nancy Pipes - 2
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Nancy Pipes

Ms. Pipes was recognized for her tremendous effort in sewing nearly 1,900 masks which were distributed to almost every province and territory in our country.

29 Brenda Kotsabasakis

Brenda Kotsabasakis

A registered nurse, Ms. Kotsabasakis, was recognized for her dedication, commitment and concern for the wellbeing of others by working long hours while living at a hotel five hours away from her family, to volunteer in Campbellton when the region was significantly affected by the outbreak and in need of support. 

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Hannah Crouse

Ms. Crouse was recognized for her leadership and dedication to the vulnerable in the Tantramar region, by connecting Mount Allison student volunteers with seniors to help combat social isolation and food insecurity during the pandemic.

41 Denise MacLaughlin ( photo 2)

Denise McLaughlin

Ms. McLaughlin was recognized for her leadership and initiative in organizing the "COVID Show" - a series of completely free shows, presented by a full line-up of New Brunswick artists, Live on the event's Facebook page.  

37 Pam Pastirik

Pam Pastirik

Ms. Pastirik established  NB COPES Child and Family Grief Center to support families grieving the loss of a pregnancy, child/sibling or parent. She was recognized for her commitment to continuing to honour and uphold those who are grieving by supporting them through the period of isolation during the pandemic.

44 Mike Elliott

Michael Elliott

Mr. Elliott, a fauna and nature lover, was recognized for his leadership with the scout program and for helping youth to develop an appreciation for nature and conservation throughout the pandemic. 

46 Tamara & Doug Harper

Doug and Tamara Harper

The Harpers, owners of a local pet food store, were recognized for their concern for the wellbeing of others and ensuring the security of their customers throughout the pandemic.

45 Greg Fergus

Greg Fergus

Mr. Fergus was recognized for his exceptional leadership as well as for his concern for the wellbeing of others in ensuring the safety and security of colleagues throughout the pandemic.

48 Annie Rhynard Dunn

Annie Rhynard Dunn

Ms. Rhynard Dunn was recognized for her tremendous contribution to her community during the pandemic in raising over $10,000 for her local food bank.

47 Dave Hansen

David Hansen

Mr. Hansen was recognized for sharing his musical talent by hosting weekly Facebook livestream shows throughout the pandemic providing much needed social connection.

49 Sherry Steeves

Sherry Steeves

Ms. Steeves was recognized for her compassion and kindness and for the countless volunteer hours she spent booking visitation for the residents of the Jorden Life Care Centre and their families throughout the pandemic.

52 Holly McNeil - 1

Holly McNeil

Ms. McNeil, a Recreational Director, was recognized for her dedication and concern for others in ensuring the health and wellness of members of her community.

54 Belinda Nason

Belinda Nason

Ms. Nason, a small business owner, was recognized for her dedication in maintaining a safe and accessible facility throughout the pandemic ensuring clients could obtain essential food products.

55 Eric Chiasson (photo)

Eric Chiasson

Mr. Chiasson, a retired paramedic, makes the health and well-being of others his priority. He took it upon himself to help many neighbours in his community through gestures of kindness such as snow blowing in the winter, mowing lawns in the summer, doing health checks and delivering meals prepared by his wife to elderly neighbours, and even going out to find a neighbour’s lost cat. He was recognized for his concern and compassion for the well-being of others.

59 Dr. Kanza Hashmat

Dr. Kanza Hashmat

Dr. Hashmat was recognized for her tremendous generosity and compassion in supporting immigrant families and international students by assisting with travel considerations and access to halal food and mental health resources throughout the pandemic.

57 Alex Hahn

Alex Hahn

Mr. Hahn was recognized for his concern for the wellbeing of others by redirecting funds toward transgender/non-binary/genderfluid youth via the Atlantic Wellness Centre.

60 Mike Bravener

Mike Bravener

Mr. Bravener was recognized for creatively sharing his musical talents online through story telling and song providing much needed inspiration and social connection.

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61 YCAN Cohort Random - Hailey, Lydia, Emilie and Amelia
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YCAN Cohort

The members of the YMCA Community Action Network (YCAN) cohort  (Katelyn, Hailey, Lydia, Emilie, Amelia, Pierce and Jessie) were recognzied for their incredible kindness and creativity in adapting their project focus to celebrate and encourage 2020 graduates and youth.
 

11 Sandra Carrier

Sandra Carrier

Ms. Carrier, a mother recovering from breast cancer and chemotherapy, turned her attention to making masks for those with particular needs, such as our deaf community and our educators. 

64 Claire Labelle

Claire LaBelle

Ms. LaBelle was recognized for her incredible community efforts as the director of the Early Childhood Family Resource Centre of Westmorland-Albert in ensuring the safety of the people of our province.

65 Shelly Tompkins

Shelly Tompkins

Ms. Tompkins was recognized for her dedication and commitment in ensuring the health and safety of her colleagues.

69 Kevin Lee, owner and Dalhousie Jean Coutu Team - 3
69 Kevin Lee, owner and Dalhousie Jean Coutu Team - 1
69 Kevin Lee, owner and Dalhousie Jean Coutu Team - 2

Kevin Lee and the team at the Dalhousie Jean Coutu

Mr. Lee and the Dalhousie Jean Coutu team were recognized for their dedication and commitment toward ensuring the health and safety of their staff and clients as well as for their generosity and kindness in supplying local nursing homes with PPE.
 

26 Janique Robichaud-Savoie

Janique Robichaud-Savoie

Ms. Robichaud-Savoie was recognized for her outstanding work on the team of Dr. Jennifer Russell during the state of emergency last March.

66 Carolle de Ste-Croix

Carolle de Ste-Croix

Ms. de Ste-Croix was recognized for her efforts as a key member of the COVID-19 Tantramar Task Force in working tirelessly for the benefit of the citizens of her community.

68 Stephane Comtois - 4

Stephane Comtois

Mr. Comtois (AKA Biker Bunny) was recognized for his kindness and generosity towards the people of the Dieppe and Moncton area.

71 Tracey Ryan and Charlie B - 1

Tracey Ryan and Charlie B (dog)

Ms. Ryan and her beloved dog Charlie B were recognized for their compassion and devotion to helping first responders through canine therapy.

77 Marie Crouse

Marie Crouse

Ms. Crouse was recognized for her kindness and generosity in sewing over 6,500 masks for family, friends, school children and teachers as well as for the Hayward House Recovery Centre and other organizations in her community.

78 Vestiaire St-Joseph Food Bank

The Team at the Vestiaire St-Joseph Inc.  

Members of the team at the Vestiaire St-Joseph Food Bank were recognized for their dedication, creativity and community leadership in ensuring that clients continued to receive services in a safe and timely manner.

80 Kathleen MacMillan

Kathleen MacMillan

Ms. MacMillan, a medical student from Miramichi, was recognized for leading the Dalhousie Students for Healthcare Providers initiative for the province of New Brunswick and encouraging qualified students to volunteer to assist healthcare providers in the region.

79 Salisbury Helping Hands Food Bank - 3

The Team at the Salisbury Helping Hands Food Bank 

Members of the team at the Salisbury Helping Hands Food Bank were recognized for their dedication, creativity and community leadership in ensuring that clients continued to receive services in a safe and timely manner.

82 Monique LeBlanc

Monique LeBlanc

Ms. LeBlanc was recognized for her thoughtfulness and concern for the wellbeing of her neighbor.

85 Erin Page-Foster

Erin Page-Foster

Ms. Page-Foster, a travel agency manager, was recognized for going above and beyond to meet the travel needs of not only her clients but those across the province as well.

83 Daniel Morneault

Daniel Morneault

Mr. Morneault, a small business owner, was recognized for his concern for the well-being of his clients and for his incredible community efforts at the nursing home in his region.

84 Dr. Camille Haddad

Dr. Camille Haddad

Dr. Haddad was recognized for his exemplary efforts and engagement on the front lines as well as his leadership throughout the pandemic, to ensure the safety of his patients while maintaining the required protocols to safely offer care.

88 Gabrielle Pitt

Gabrielle Pitt

Ms. Pitt, a registered nurse, was recognized for her dedication, commitment and concern for the wellbeing of others by volunteering in Moncton when the region was significantly affected by the outbreak and in need of support.

90 Marty Hood

Marty Hood

Mr. Hood, a former Licensed Practical Nurse, was recognized for his dedication, commitment and concern for the wellbeing of others by volunteering in Campbellton when the region was significantly affected by the outbreak and in need of support.

89 Coralie Hopkins

Coralie Hopkins

Ms. Hopkins was recognized for her initiative, leadership and support in guiding more than 600 massage therapists across the province with resources and information to adapt their practices in order to meet COVID protocols.

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Jeanne Charest

Ms. Charest, a retired nurse, was recognized for her dedication, commitment and concern for the wellbeing of others by offering her services in Campbellton when the region was significantly affected by the outbreak and in need of support.

32 Tammy Duplessis

Tammy Duplessis

Ms. Duplessis was recognized for her work with the Saint John Handi-Bus in taking people to get their groceries, to appointments at the hospital and for various other essential trips.

75 Suzanne Munn

Suzanne Munn

Ms. Munn was recognized for her dedication and commitment during the fire season in ensuring the overall safety and wellbeing of the staff and the pilots while they were in quarantine.

30 Cheryl Hicks

Cheryl Hicks

Ms. Hicks, a small business owner, was recognized for her excellent service to her clients and for her leadership to her team while ensuring the safety of all.


Elisabeth French

Ms. French, a registered nurse, was recognized for her dedication, commitment and concern for the wellbeing of others by volunteering in Campbellton when the region was significantly affected by the outbreak and in need of support.


The Team at the Peter McKee Community Food Centre

Members of the team at the Peter McKee Community Food Centre were recognized for their dedication, creativity and community leadership in ensuring that clients continued to receive services in a safe and timely manner.


Lindsay Cary

Ms. Cary coordinated volunteers of the Tantramar School Food Response and applied for grants to ensure that over 100 families in the area continued to receive food weekly during the state of emergency. 


Rotary Club of Chatham

Members of the Rotary Club of Chatham were recognized for their generosity and community leadership in donating to worthy causes in their region. 


Jenny Dines

Ms. Dines was regognized for her kindness and generosity in sewing over 1,000 masks for those in need. 


Pauline Richard

Ms. Richard, a daycare owner, was recognized for her provision of childcare services for essential workers throughout the pandemic.


Jeffrey and Nicole Matheson

The Mathesons, small business owners, were recognized for their concern for the wellbeing of others by providing home deliveries to clients.


Annabel Welling

Ms. Welling was recognized for her volunteer work with the Codiac First Touch Soccer Club in ensuring the safety and security of the players.


The Team at SNB Accounts Payable

The employees of the Accounts Payable Team at Service New Brunswick exhibited great dedication throughout the pandemic in order to maintain operations.


Mélyssa Connors

As the Director of care at Résidence Mgr Melan?on Inc. in Saint-Quentin, Ms. Connors was recognized for her remarkable efforts to ensure the safety of the residents, the team, and their families.


Dale Hicks

Dale Hicks at the Food Depot Alimentaire was recognized for their dedication, creativity and community leadership in ensuring clients continued to receive services in a safe and timely manner.

Anne Gionet

Ms. Gionet was recognized for her dedication and commitment to ensuring that the clients of the local food bank continued to receive food services during the pandemic.


Betty Yorke

Ms. Yorke, a small business owner, was recognized for her concern for the wellbeing of others by immediately putting the necessary precautions in place to offer curbside service to her clients while ensuring the safety and security of colleagues throughout the pandemic.


Tara Albert

Ms. Albert coordinated volunteers of the Tantramar School Food Response and applied for grants to ensure that over 100 families in the area continued to receive food weekly during the state of emergency.


Chief Sacha LaBillois-Kennedy 

Chief LaBillois-Kennedy was recognized for her concern for the wellbeing of the members of her community, particularly the Elders.


Jilanna Eagles

Ms. Eagles was recognized for her efforts, positive attitude and energy in encouraging fellow citizens to buy local and to vacation within our province.


Adam Bruce Murray

Mr. Murray was recognized for his dedication and commitment to building a COVID-19 tracing application in an effort to assist fellow citizens.


Reverend Ralph McRae

Reverend McRae was recognized for providing a site for COVID screening at the St Joseph’s Catholic Church and for his care and compassion toward workers and volunteers.


The Team at the Food Depot Alimentaire

Members of the team at Food Depot Alimentaire were recognized for their dedication, creativity and community leadership in ensuring clients continued to receive services in a safe and timely manner.


Daniel Cullen 

Mr. Cullen is a small business owner who immediately put the necessary precautions in place with curbside service in order to serve his clients safely throughout the pandemic.


Ann Lester

Ms. Lester was recognized for making masks for nursing homes, making meals and getting groceries for friends, and for painting rocks with inspiring messages to leave on the beach for others to find.


Chelsea McKinley

Ms. McKinley made hundreds of masks for others, while managing her school work and completing the bronze level of the Duke of Edinburgh program.

 

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