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N.B. Public Health Act changes heavily questioned by Liberal Opposition

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N.B. Public Health Act changes heavily questioned by Liberal Opposition

A proposed bill to make changes to the powers the New Brunswick chief medical officer of health has was the subject of many questions by the Liberal Opposition Tuesday.

1:54Questions remain about proposed changes to New Brunswick public health act

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Posted May 24, 2022 5:40 pm 1:54 Questions remain about proposed changes to New Brunswick public health act WATCH: A bill which allows for changes to the Public Health Act drew a lot of questions from the opposition on Tuesday.Copy article link Copy link A young man was killed and another was injured following a single-vehicle crash in Shediac Cape on Sunday night.To date, the project is responsible for 171 murals, 1,000 planted trees, and 100 painted homes.The premier called the snap election after opposition parties refused a proposal to support his minority government until the fixed election date in 2022 or until the end of the pandemic.

Bill 104 would allow the chief medical officer of health in New Brunswick more authority to act in times of crisis, like COVID-19 without invoking the Emergency Measures Act. Nathalie Sturgeon reports. Brian Villers with the Shediac RCMP said emergency personnel responded to the crash on Route 134 shortly after 10 p. . “The children use it as a theme in their learning, so they use photosynthesis, they use math germination rates, poetry, art.