New Brunswick’s Workers Compensation System Requires Immediate Overhaul
Employees and employers across New Brunswick are extremely concerned about WorkSafeNB and the unsustainability of the current state of the workers compensation system.
National Indigenous Peoples Day on June 21
National Indigenous Peoples Day, June 21, celebrates the heritage, diverse cultures and achievements of First Nations, Inuit and Métis.
Innovative pilot project will connect newcomers with jobs in the hotel industry
Addressing barriers to employment is an important step to ensuring the successful settlement and integration of all newcomers, including refugees.
Learning the Tricks of the Travel Trade
Canada’s vibrant tourism industry employs one in ten Canadians who eagerly welcomed a record 20.8 million international visitors to our shores in 2017
TIANB signs MOU with Tourism HR Canada to address NB’s Workforce Shortage
The Tourism Industry Association of New Brunswick (TIANB) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Tourism HR Canada (THRC)
New Brunswick’s Government Takes Control – As It Pulls The Carpet From Under The Tourism Industry
Premier Brian Gallant has yet to acknowledge the request to meet with representatives of the Tourism Industry following two separate letters
TIANB Announces New Association
The Tourism Industry Association of New Brunswick (TIANB) announces the formation of the New Brunswick Hotel Association (NBHA).
Government Ignores Tourism Industry’s Offer To Help
The New Brunswick government continues to ignore the Tourism Industry after the Chair of TIANB, Dan Myers
Letter to Premier: Government will not institute hotel levies
This comes as a complete shock to the industry, we truly feel blindsided by the Minister of Tourism, Heritage and Culture and the full Department of Tourism.
Brian Gallant’s Government Holds New Brunswick’s Tourism Industry Back And At Competitive Disadvantage
Fredericton, NB: The announcement on Friday that the Provincial Government would not introduce enabling legislation to support the implementation of a tourism marketing fund came as a shock to the New Brunswick Tourism Industry.
The province stunned New Brunswick tourism operators Friday when it decided against bringing in a hotel levy aimed at encouraging growth in the industry.