Welcome to the New Brunswick Young Progressive Conservatives. Our goal is to give New Brunswick youth a voice in today’s government. Many of us have been told that we are the future of this province; NBYPC would argue that we are the PRESENT. We have the opportunity to get involved now and have our voices heard on the issues that affect us.
The NBYPC is lead by a board of 14 members and 3 honorary positions.
The board members are voted in at the annual general meeting. Any positions left open are then filled as needed. We like to involve ourselves in the community including campus clubs and volunteer organizations. We attend many of the PCNB events and like to provide support to our PC government.
By becoming involved now and making your voice heard you can lay the ground work for important and beneficial changes in our province. The NBYPC has been a stepping stone for many of our current MLAs and can provide a rich and insightful experience into the workings of government. By becoming involved now and making your voice heard you can lay the ground work for important and beneficial changes in our province. We encourage you to participate and work as a unified group to make these exciting opportunities become reality. We need your energy and enthusiasm to help make this the best province in our country and the land of opportunity.
We ask you to provide us with your thoughts and ideas and join the NBYPC to make us (that means you) the ultimate political youth organization in the country. We are the future and the present and you can be a part of this movement. Without you we will not be able to accomplish as much as we would like and there has never been a better or more exciting time to work toward a future that has unlimited horizons.
Jake Stackhouse, President
Jonathan Frigault, Vice-president, francophone
Will Seely, Vice-president, anglophone
Andrew Bradley, Treasurer
Jean-Christophe Comeau, Secretary
Jean-Christophe Comeau, Communications
Will Seely, Recruitment
Taylor Gallant, Regional director – Central
Vacant, Regional director – Southeast
Andrew Bradley, Regional director – Southwest