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What does SNB stand for?

SNB stands for Service New Brunswick

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He also served as Acting Minister of Environment and Local Government, Minister of Human Resources, Minister responsible for Service New Brunswick.
The mission will also enable the government to showcase Service New Brunswick, a world leader in the e-government arena, and reap real benefits from its made-in-New Brunswick solutions like it did in Atlanta, Georgia last year, where it witnessed the signing of a letter of intent between CGI-AMS and the Georgia Municipal Association.
Among the highlights: a balanced budget for 2008-2009; the mandate of Service New Brunswick to expand; government departments will transfer customer-facing services to Service New Brunswick; a new Provincial Health Plan to be introduced; amendments to the Pharmacists Act to enable pharmacists to prescribe certain drugs; midwifery to be regulated; legislation to legalize living wills and to provide for substitute decision makers to make health care decisions; a Task Force on Access to Family Justice to report on options for increasing access to justice in family law disputes; pay day lenders legislation to set limits on the cost of borrowing; mandatory coroner's inquests for workplace fatalities to be instituted; a Domestic Violence Death Review Committee to be established.
The mission will also enable the government to showcase Service New Brunswick, a world leader in the e-government arena, and reap real benefits from its made-in-New Brunswick solutions like it did in Atlanta, Georgia last year, where it witnessed the signing of a letter of intent between CGI-AMS and the Georgia Municipal Association.
Business Editors/Hi-Tech Writers NORTH YORK, Ontario--(BUSINESS WIRE)--May 8, 2001 Atlantic Canada's electronic Personal Property Registry System licensed to the Northwest Territories and Nunavut governments by agreement with Service New Brunswick and Unisys now in production Centuries-old paper registries are all but gone in six of Canada's thirteen provinces and territories, replaced by electronic Personal Property Registry Systems (PPRS) developed in Atlantic Canada, now also in production in Nunavut and the Northwest Territories.