Member of Parliament for Fredericton
This first year serving the people of Fredericton, New Maryland, Oromocto and the Grand Lake Region as your Member of Parliament has been dynamic, challenging, and rewarding. As my first year in office comes to a quick close, I wanted to reflect on what has been accomplished. Holding true to a significant campaign promise, the […]
Media Release Join the celebration on December 31, 2016! October 14, 2016 – FREDERICTON, NB – Matt DeCourcey, Member of Parliament for Fredericton and Fredericton Mayor Mike O’Brien invite the citizens of Fredericton to take part in one of the many events happening in New Brunswick’s Capital City on December 31, 2016, to kick off […]
Media release FREDERICTON — Matt DeCourcey and Hon. Stephen Horsman, Minister responsible for Families and Children, today announced $11.65 million in joint federal and provincial funding for infrastructure projects in the city of Fredericton. The city of Fredericton will use this funding for capacity upgrades to the Barker Street wastewater treatment facility, decommissioning of the Lincoln lagoon and […]
Media Release Fredericton Chamber of Commerce creates one-of-a-kind immigration initiative FREDERICTON — Representatives from the Government of Canada, the Province of New Brunswick, and the City of Fredericton joined officials from the Fredericton Chamber of Commerce today to officially launch a unique pilot initiative aimed at matching immigrants with local businesses as part of a large-scale […]
MEDIA RELEASE FREDERICTON — The Special Committee on Electoral Reform concludes its three-week, Canada-wide engagement tour with public hearings in Fredericton on Friday, Oct. 7. “Our committee has heard a diversity of views from Canadians over the past two-and-a-half weeks as we travelled from coast to coast to coast,” said Matt DeCourcey, Member of Parliament […]
The Expert Panel wants to hear from you! The Hon. Catherine McKenna, Minister of Environment and Climate Change, has announced the establishment of an Expert Panel to conduct a Review of Environmental Assessment Processes. The Panel intends to engage broadly with Indigenous peoples, key stakeholders and all Canadians. Visit the Panel’s website at www.EAreview.ca for […]
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