It looks like the New Brunswick Commission on Electoral Reform will meet with the public in January 2017 only, as they work to producing a report for March 1, 2017. Announced meeting dates are:
Wednesday, Jan. 4
- Friday, Jan. 6
- Monday, Jan. 9 (from 10am to noon)
- Friday, Jan. 13
- Monday, Jan. 16
- Friday, Jan. 20
- Monday, Jan. 23
- Friday, Jan. 27
i.e. Monday and Friday each week in January, with the exception of the first week where the Monday meeting is moved to January 4.
Times and locations have not yet been announced. Unless there’s a media advisory otherwise, the meeting location is Council Chamber, Legislative Assembly (706 Queen Street, Fredericton).
UPDATE 2017-01-07: The main website is NOT listed under Legislative Assembly / Special Committees. You have to find it under Consultations – http://www2.gnb.ca/content/gnb/en/corporate/public_consultations/ElectoralReform.html
The only channel for meeting updates appears to be Media Advisories. Note that the media advisories expire from the web page quickly (basically once the event has passed the advisory is gone). I am unable to find any meeting agendas or list of stakeholders being invited.
The January 9, 2017 meeting will be from 10am to noon according to an advisory.
UPDATE 2017-01-05: Time and location for upcoming meetings Jan 6-16 will be 9:30am to 4pm, in Council Chamber, Legislative Assembly (706 Queen Street, Fredericton). ENDUPDATE
UPDATE 2017-01-03: January 4, 2017 meeting has been postponed. ENDUPDATE
I have submitted my briefing about online voting to the commission. The deadline was November 30, 2016 but in a CBC News report they say you can still submit in January.
The commission invited the public to share thoughts and concerns on its website up until Nov. 30, but Passaris said that deadline is one that is “movable.”
“As long as the commission will be holding its public sessions, we would like the public to continue to send in their comments,” he said.
You can submit by email to Consultations.ECO-BCE@gnb.ca
November 20, 2016 New Brunswick electoral reform consultation including Internet voting