Category: Support for citizens

Compliance/COVID-19 Information Hot Line

Compliance / Covid-19 Info Line We thank those complying and making the wellness of all New Brunswickers a priority. Enforcement is being carried out across the province and is being stepped up with the goal of realizing full compliance. Anyone with questions or comments regarding compliance with the state of emergency declaration can call 1-844-462-8387 from […]

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Tele-Care 8-1-1

DO NOT visit a hospital, physician’s office, or healthcare facility without consulting 811 first. If you are not experiencing symptoms visit gnb.ca/coronavirus for more information on how to self-monitor, how you can protect yourself and what to do if you suspect you may be at risk. The web page will be continuously updated. The Public Health […]

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Western Charlotte County Resources

Food Banks St. Andrews & Area Open Door (Source: St. Andrews & Area Open Door Program ) Phone: (506) 927-0000 Next distribution date is April 15. Service is provided through PC gift cards. They can be distributed anytime, Monday-Friday in emergency situations. Donations: E-transfer: saopendoor@gmail.com ( no password required). Can also be dropped off at […]

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Government of Canada Support for Individuals and Families

Increasing the Canada Child Benefit We are providing an extra $300 per child through the Canada Child Benefit (CCB) for 2019-20. This will mean approximately $550 more for the average family. This benefit will be delivered as part of the scheduled CCB payment in May. Those who already receive the Canada Child Benefit do not […]

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The New Brunswick Workers Emergency Benefit Program

A one-time income benefit of $900 is available for workers or self-employed people residing in New Brunswick who have lost their job due to the state of emergency. The benefit will help to bridge the gap between when a person lost their job or closed their business on or after March 15, 2020, to when […]

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Mental Health Support

The outbreak of coronavirus disease can be stressful for people and communities. It is natural to feel stress, anxiety, grief, and worry during and after a stressful situation. There are things you can do to support yourself and your family. Connect with others - Share your concerns and how you are feeling with a friend […]

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