Aging Out of the Care System

NBYICN leader Melanie Doucet is currently working on a doctorate in Social Work at the University of McGill. Tempered by a combination of personal experience in the care system and substantial policy work at the provincial level, Melanie is positioning herself as an emerging expert in fields related to child...

NBYICN Winter 2015 Newsletter

The Fall months of 2014 were some of the busiest for the NBYICN. We organized and attended launches, led province-wide events, and shared our stories and expertise with new audiences! Check out our Winter 2015 newsletter to find out about our work over the last few months — and some...

PFY February Newsletter

Topping our 20th anniversary year and everything that went with it was not something I believed we would do anytime soon, but here we are. We have expanded our organization—yet again—and we have demonstrated that developing strong partnerships and thinking outside the box in order to support youth is not...

A Day to Remember

On November 29th 2014, Minister Cathy Rogers issued an official declaration, making November 29th Children and Youth in Care Day in New Brunswick. The declaration, signed at the Government House with the blessing of Lieutenant Governor Jocelyn Roy-Vienneau, makes New Brunswick one of only a few provinces in Canada to...

The Rosemary McCain McMillin Scholarship

The Rosemary McCain McMillin Scholarship is awarded annually to young people who spent time in the provincial care system and who are looking to pursue post-secondary studies at the graduate level. The scholarship covers up to $5,000 of the cost of post-secondary tuition and fees. Anyone who is from care...
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