[Note: This is only a list of organizations that we have identified as having a mandate that connects with Peace, for future engagement purposes.  It does not imply that any of these organizations are supporters of this specific initiative or have even been contacted yet.  Some may not even self-identify that they are "Peace" organizations.  Please let us know about other Peace Organizations that should be included in our inventory, any corrections to the list, or if you wish to be removed.  Anne-Marie Collette at 506-204-5077; fax 309-407-6576
Email amcollette[at] or Robert Stewart  stewartr[at]

Community Peace Centre
150 Queen Street, Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada E1C 1K8
Web site ; Contact Chairperson Annette Vautour-MacKay  vcbed[at]
The Community Peace Centre is more than just a proposed facility. It is the vision of six not-for-profit organizations in Greater Moncton. Their combined vision is to:
- affect change through services, strategies, and education aimed at supporting a peaceful, inclusive, and environmentally responsible society
- strengthen the not-for-profit sector by creating a sustainable facility that offers administrative efficiencies and enhances service delivery capabilities
- work collaboratively to develop and maintain a unique centre that serves as a physical symbol and catalyst for peaceable living
At the centre of this vision is the development of a Peace Centre complex that will be easily accessible to clients and community alike, including 80,000-square feet of office and community space and will (see web site for details):
- repurpose a heritage property valued at $13.5 Million
- provide a one-stop resource for new and existing community residents
- be an educational and inspirational example for the community
- include an events venue and training facility — available and affordable to the community
- provide opportunity for the partners to co-deliver programs and services
- foster the development of cross-sector alliances
- act as an incubator for emerging not-for-profit agencies

City of Moncton
655 Main Street, Moncton, N.B. E1C 1E8
Tel: 506-856-4343; Fax: 506-853-3553

Contact: Mayor George LeBlanc; e-mail: info.mayor[at]
Web site
Vision Statement: Moncton is a vibrant, dynamic, culturally rich community that provides a balance of quality of life services for our citizens. We are recognized as a Canadian leader in:
· Our delivery of quality services to citizens
· Our commitment to both official languages
· Our professional workforce
· Our strength as a diverse community
Mission Statement: To deliver quality services to our citizens and foster an environment for our community to prosper.
2010 Strategic Plan and Objectives:

Government of New Brunswick
Centennial Building, P. O. Box 6000, Fredericton, NB E3B 5H1
Reception : (506) 444-4417; Fax : (506) 453-2266
Email : Executivecounciloffice[at] ; web site ; Contact: Social Development Minister Sue Stultz

Rotary Club of Moncton
PO Box 576, Moncton, New Brunswick, E1C 8L9
Phone: (506) 523-0693; Fax: (506) 532-3630
Web site ;
President Murray Simard
Rotary is a service club of over 1.2 million members around the world.  At the heart of Rotary’s mission is to help advance peace and world understanding.

Rotary Club of Moncton West and Riverview
P.O. Box 1153, Moncton, New Brunswick, E1C 8P6
Web site ; President Mel Kennah
Rotary is a service club of over 1.2 million members around the world.  At the heart of Rotary’s mission is to help advance peace and world understanding.

Rotary Club of Dieppe
Web site
Rotary is a service club of over 1.2 million members around the world.  At the heart of Rotary’s mission is to help advance peace and world understanding.

Moncton Lions Club
55 Mark Ave, Moncton, New Brunswick, E1C 7G8
Phone: 506-858-9492

Web site ; EMail To monctonlionsclub[at]
Lions is a service club of over 1.2 million members around the world.  Lion’s mission is “To empower volunteers to serve their communities, meet humanitarian needs, encourage peace and promote international understanding through Lions clubs.”

Dieppe Lions Club
463 Rue Champlain, Dieppe, New Brunswick, E1A 1P2
Phone: (506) 853-6914

Lions is a service club of over 1.2 million members around the world.  Lion’s mission is “To empower volunteers to serve their communities, meet humanitarian needs, encourage peace and promote international understanding through Lions clubs.”

Riverview Lions Club
701 Coverdale Road, Riverview, New Brunswick, E1B 4T8
Web site ;
Email: tprime[at] Todd Prime
Lions is a service club of over 1.2 million members around the world.  Lion’s mission is “To empower volunteers to serve their communities, meet humanitarian needs, encourage peace and promote international understanding through Lions clubs.”

Kiwanis Club of Moncton
P.O. Box 411, Moncton, New Brunswick, E1C 8L4
Phone: (506) 859-2166;
President: Tanya Doiron
Kiwanis is a "Great Global Organization of Volunteers", dedicated to changing the world, one child and one community at a time.
Web site

Moncton Elks Club
12 Weldon St, Moncton, NB E1C 5V8

The Elks of Canada is a National, fraternal and charitable organization whose mission is to Promote and support community needs through volunteer efforts of local Lodges.

Greater Moncton Chapter of the Canadian Progress Club
Box 29019 RPO North
Moncton, NB
E1G 4R3
Committed to a membership comprised of men of high ideals, devoted to the advancement of the best interest of our community.
Web site

YMCA Moncton
30 War Veterans Ave, Moncton New-Brunswick E1C 0B3
Tel: 506-857-0606; Fax: 506-859-8198; Web site ;
CEO Zane Korytko; email zane.korytko[at]

Our Vision - The YMCA of Greater Moncton will be a leading charitable organization committed to developing healthy individuals, families and communities.
Our Mission - The YMCA of Greater Moncton fosters the growth of people and communities in Spirit, Mind and Body.
The YMCA of Greater Moncton is dedicated to meeting the needs of children, youth, and adults through a wide variety of community development based programs.  The International Program of the YMCA of Greater Moncton is actively engaged in activities that inform people in Moncton about development, and about local and overseas initiatives that are based on community development and social justice principles.  The YMCA hosts an annual Peace Awards Breakfast.

YWCA Moncton
35 Highfield St., Moncton NB E1C 5N1
Phone: (506)855-4349; Fax: (506)855-3320
Email: info[at] ;
Serving the Community Since 1920, the YWCA of Moncton Women’s Resource Centre is dedicated to providing opportunities, resources, and support for women to empower and enrich their lives. The YWCA Week Without Violence is an annual worldwide campaign to stop violence in all its forms.

Early Childhood Stimulation Inc.
264 Botsford St., Suite 102, Moncton NB E1C 4X7
Tel: (506) 853-0575; Fax: (506) 857-3990
E-mail flandry[at] ; web site  

Family Service Moncton, Inc.
120 High Street, Moncton, NB E1C 6B5
Tel (506) 857-3258 ext 22; Fax: (506) 858-8315
E-mail fsmoncton[at] ; web site  
Family Service Moncton In. is committed to building strong individuals, families and community through counselling, education and advocacy.  “OPTION" Family Violence Services is a service directed to these families, offering experienced and confidential group, individual, and family treatment. "OPTION" services are designed to stop and prevent all types of violence towards women in relationships and promote healthy family relationships.

Multicultural Association of Greater Moncton Area (MAGMA)
1299A Mountain Road, Suite 2, Moncton, NB E1C 2T9

Tel (506) 858-9659; Fax: (506) 857-9430

E-mail lleclair[at]  ; web site  

United Way of Greater Moncton and Southeastern New Brunswick Region Inc.
123 Halifax Street, P.O. Box 768, Moncton, NB E1C 8M9
Tel (506) 858-8600; Fax: (506) 858-0584
E-mail dmcinnis[at] .; web site  

Volunteer Centre of Southeastern New Brunswick Inc.
236 St. George, Suite 315, Moncton, NB E1C 1W1
Tel (506) 869-6977; F: (506) 853-7856
E-mail vcbed[at] . ; web site  

Emotional Fitness Institute
506-351-0645  Toll Free 1-866-310-EFit (3348)
Contact Warren Redman, President
Web site

Ms. Diane Allain
Evolution Consulting Group
St-Joseph de Kent, NB E4S 4E3
Phone: 506.743.4270; Fax: 506.743.1913
; E-mail:

Ms. Maureen Craig McIntosh, Certified Professional Coach
Moncton Reality Therapy Consultants
Riverview, NB E1B 2V8
Phone: 506.386.5868; Fax: 506.386.0013 ; E-mail:

Ms. Valerie Lynn LeBlanc Daigle, E-Fit Coach, RTC
Riverview, NB E1B 2V7
Phone: 506.382.5952
; E-mail:

Paula Morand
JumpStart 720 International Inc.
Moncton, NB E1C 9R2
Phone: 506.860.0227
; E-mail:

Mrs. Lynn Richard
National Bank Financial Group
Moncton, NB E1C 1E5
Phone: 506.859.2214; Fax: 506.859.2207
; E-mail:

Pierrette Richard
Continuum Coaching
Moncton, NB E1C 6E3
Phone: 506.854.7026; Fax: 506.858.9184
; E-mail:

Common Front for Social Justice of New Brunswick
96 Norwood Ave., Suite 314, Moncton, NB E1C 6L9
Tel 506-851-7084; Fax 506-858-9571
Email fcjsnb[at] ; Web site ; Sister Auréa Cormier, Provincial Council member;
Jean-Claude Basque
The Common Front for Social Justice is fighting to build a more human society based on the respect and dignity of all. We want a New Brunswick without poverty. We want a society which give each and everyone a decent living, in particular by having a minimum wage and social income on which citizens can to live on and not just exist.

Sussex Committee for the Prevention of Family Violence
625 Main Street Unit D, Sussex NB E4E 7H5
Tel 506-433-6579; fax 433-3463;
Email  scpfv_outreach[at] ; web site
The Sussex Committee for the Prevention of Family Violence was created in 2005 in an effort to promote education on the impact of this ongoing problem. Located in Sussex ,N.B. this committee works towards the ending of family violence in Kings County.

New Brunswick's Network of Caring Communities

Various Religions:

Central United Church, 150 Queen St, Moncton, NB E1C 1K8; Phone (506) 857-3186; Fax: (506) 855-4213; Email

Victory Life Centre, 35 Runneymeade Rd, Riverview NB E1B 1C8, Phone: (506) 387-8556

St John's United Church, 75 Alma St, Moncton NB E1C 4Y3, Phone: (506) 858-8289

St Bernard's Rectory, 43 Botsford St, Moncton NB E1C 4W9, Phone: (506) 857-0425

Paroisses De L'unite Jean Paul II, 220 St Georges, Moncton NB, Phone: (506) 857-4060

St George's Anglican Church, 51 Church St, Moncton NB E1C 4Z3, Phone: (506) 855-5209

First United Baptist Church, 157 Queen St, Moncton NB E1C 1K9, Phone: (506) 857-1113

Gospel Hall, 195 Mountain Rd, Moncton NB E1C 2L2, Phone: (506) 382-3165

Cathedrale N-D L'assomption, 280 Lutz St, Moncton NB E1C 5G5, Phone: (506) 857-4060

Filles De Jesus, 26 Williams St, Moncton NB E1C 2G4, Phone: (506) 867-0822

Highfield Street United Baptist Church, 290 St George St, Moncton NB E1C 1W5, Phone: (506) 857-4260

Mennonite Central Committee, 27 John St, Moncton NB E1C 2G7, Phone: (506) 383-9339

Community Chaplaincy For Ex-Offenders, 75 Gordon St, Moncton NB E1C 1M3, Phone: (506) 851-6384

Wesley Memorial United Church, 168 Cameron St, Moncton NB E1C 5Y9, Phone: (506) 382-4180

Sunny Brae Baptist Church, 85 Elmwood Dr, Moncton NB E1A 3W8, Phone: (506) 856-9708

Humphrey Memorial United Church, 95 Massey Ave, Moncton NB E1A 3E3, Phone: (506) 856-7025

Expresso Tuxedo, 722 Acadie Av, Dieppe NB E1A 5Y5, Phone: (506) 857-2801

Eglise Baptiste Francaise De Moncton, 11 York St, Moncton NB E1C 2Y2, Phone: (506) 854-4156

Redemmed Christian Church of God, 11 York St, Moncton NB E1C 2Y2, Phone: (506) 855-7224

Moncton Muslim Association, 99 High St, Moncton NB E1C 6B6, Phone: (506) 872-4651

Baha'i Faith Moncton, PO Box 440, Moncton, NB E1C8L4; Phone: (506) 384-4440

Church Of Jesus Christ Of Latter Day Saints, 101 Fairfax Road, Riverview, NB E1B 2M9 

1.    Jehovah's Witnesses 15 Granville Drive, Moncton

Good Shephard Lutheran,  25 Hildegard Drive, Moncton, NB E1G 2G5; (506) 384-9453

Glad Tidings Pentecostal Tabernacle, 2460 Mountain Road, Moncton - (506) 858-1016

Roman Catholic Diocese Moncton NB ;  Temporal Administration Jacques Doiron, administrator, Tel. : (506) 857-9531, ext. 234; Fax (506) 854-3002

Jewish Community of Moncton, web site ; contact Nancy Cohen cicohen[at]

Moncton Area Council of Churches, REV. Don Routledge, (506) 861-9018

Moncton Shambhala Meditation Group (Buddhism), phone: 506 858 2356; contact: shambhala_moncton[at] ;

Community Foundation of Greater Moncton Inc.
Contact: Colleen Gallagher, ( 506) 882-2672
The Community Foundation of Greater Moncton was formed to provide interested individuals and organizations with a means of supporting projects in our community for the enduring future. The Foundation is not singularly dedicated to any specific area of support. It embodies a simple concept - that people working together can make a difference.

Canadian Association for Stress-Free Schools
Laurent Maltais, Executive Director
253 Old Coach Rd. Riverview, NB E1B 5R7
Phone: (506) 855-2300
info[at] ; web site
Improving Academic Achievement; Preventing and Treating Stress, Anxiety, Depression and Learning Disabilities; Creating a Peaceful School that Prevents School Violence and Produces Peace in Society.  30 years of scientific research and classroom experience with the Transcendental Meditation® program.

Sacred Space
489 Marguerite Street, Dieppe (Moncton) , New Brunswick, Canada E1A 7N7  
Tel: 506- 382-7932; Web site ; Email info[at] ; Contact Carolji Corbeil & Eric Forgues
Sacred space accessible to the individual who wish to regain self-empowerment and who aspire to evolve toward a more effective and harmonious life experience. This sacred space is devoted to peace and silence, from where an inner vision of equanimity, wisdom and compassionate love emerges. It is within the sacredness of the intention that the healing process is achieved through
self commitment, faith healing and mindfulness.  Includes: Holistic Healing - Reiki - Healing Touch - Reflexology - Rediscover Self-Empowerment       


Oneness Health & Wisdom Centre

100 Botsford Street, Moncton, NB, also serving Dieppe & Riverview

Phone: 506-388-4100    Fax: 506-388-4101 Email info[at]
Holistic & Longevity Treatments, Classes & Seminars.  The Oneness Centre has a large variety of Holistic and Anti-aging Treatments, Classes and Seminars. At our website you will find information about what is offered at the centre as well as a growing resource of information about the many ways to achieve Health and Wisdom in your life.  The Oneness Centre was created with the idea of being a healing and learning place for the Moncton Metro.

Public Service Alliance of Canada Moncton Area Council,
30 Englehart Street, Unit G, Dieppe, NB E1A 8H3
Telephone: (506) 857-4220; Fax: (506) 857-9792
Web site and

Canadian Labour Congress Moncton Area,
Contacts: dddaigle[at]   or jcbasque[at] ; web site
Canadian Labour Congress is the largest democratic and popular organization in Canada with over three million members. The Canadian Labour Congress brings together Canada's national and international unions, the provincial and territorial federations of labour and 130 district labour councils.

Fundy Peace Foundation
321 St. George Street, Moncton, NB E1C 1W8
Tel: 506 855 5515; Fax: 506 386 8373
Web site
The Fundy Peace Foundation is a registered Canadian charity dedicated to working in post conflict areas.  Its stated goal is to partner with war affected communities in order to rebuild their schools their hospitals and their way of life.  The foundation also seeks to ensure that the most vulnerable people in those communities, namely abandoned children, trauma victims and the infirmed, have the help and support they need to preserve their health and find opportunities to rebuild their individual lives.  The Fundy Peace Foundation is dedicated to pursuing the implementation of peace curriculum in the various schools systems within its host countries.  The approach used is to involve ministries, teachers unions and academics to develop curricula that is fully adapted to the local culture.

Moncton Truth Seekers
Web site ; Email monctontruth[at]
Moncton Truth Seekers are a collective group of concerned citizens in and around Moncton, New Brunswick, dedicated to seeking and sharing the truth about many of the important issues that we are facing today in Canada and around the world – issues that the mainstream media fail to report accurately - if at all.  We are also the local chapter of the We Are Change truth and activist group.  “We Are Change is a citizens based grassroots peace and social justice movement

Concerned Citizens for Peace, Moncton. For information: Steve Bérubé 386-2196 or Anne Wéry 383-1608 or dddaigle[at]   or jcbasque[at] 

Cinema politica Moncton
Email: moncton[at] ; web site
Cinema politica Moncton was launched in early 2009. Our free screenings of political documentaries will be taking place once a month. Our goal is to show films on important social and environmental events taking place around the world that, we feel, are not being acknowledge to their full value in the mainstream media. We aim to create a safe, comfortable and freindly atmoshpere where people from all social class and background can come to share, learn, discuss and, if so inclined, organise together.
Cinéma politica Moncton à été créé au début de 2009. Nous offrons des projections gratuite de documentaire de nature politique une fois par mois. Nous avons comme but de montrer des films sur des sujets important, social ou environnemental, qui, dans nos opinions, ne sont pas reconnue à leur pleine valeur dans les médias. Nous avons pour objectif de créer un environnement sain, confortable et chaleureux où les gens de toutes classes sociales peuvent venir partager, apprendre, discuter et, si enclin, à organiser ensemble.

New Brunswick Human Rights Commission
Barry House, P. O. Box 6000, Fredericton, NB E3B 5H1

Tel: (506) 453-2301; Fax : (506) 453-2653
Email : hrc.cdp[at] ; Web site

An independent agency that administers the New Brunswick Human Rights Act and deals with complaints of discrimination. 

RCMP Codiac detachment
520 Main Street, Moncton, N.B. E1C 8P2 l
Tel: (506) 857-2400
web site

By-Law Officers, City of Moncton

John Howard Society of of Southeastern New Brunswick Inc.
15 Flanders Court
Moncton, New Brunswick  E1C 0K6
Phone: 506.854.3499; Fax: 506.854.2057; Contact: Joanne Murray
Email: info[at] ; Web site
The John Howard Society of Southeastern New Brunswick Inc. is a non-profit community-based agency in the field of crime reduction and prevention and has been located in Moncton since the 1950's.   The staff and Board of Directors have a solid history of providing quality work in the counties of Kent, Westmorland, and Albert, and are committed to continue providing professional, relevant services to people who need our services in the area. We develop and implement programs that have proven success in dealing with the root causes of crime, such as education, employment, personal management skills, healthy relationships, and supported housing.  Our partnerships with other agencies and volunteers are essential to our success, and to building a community of support for people who are reintegrating into the community after a period of incarceration.

Moncton Montessori School
76 John Street
Moncton NB E1C 2G9
Tel: (506) 855-1234
Email: riza[at] ; web site

Greater Moncton Chamber of Commerce has over 800 members and more than 100 volunteers on the board and on committees.  Through the delivery of a wide-variety of programs and services from its new premises at 24 High Street, the GMCC continues to help its members network, grow and prosper and is the voice of its members on issues affecting business and community economic development. Web site

Codiac R.C.M.P. - Victim Services, Ginette Pettipas-Taylor (506) 857-2452 

Alcoholics Anonymous (and Drugs)
Web site
Moncton area meetings at  

Canada Red Cross, Moncton District Office:
246 Lutz St,  Moncton, New Brunswick  E1C 5G3
Phone number:  (506) 863-2650;  Fax number:  (506) 863-2662
Web site

Moncton Community Groups List

Laurence Marie - Harp therapist aims to bring peace of mind to clients. By logging on to Marie's website, , you can enjoy a few moments of relaxation as you listen to her play. Marie can be reached by phone at 532-5616 (office) or 533-6856 (cell).  Article at

Canadian Centres for Teaching Peace – Moncton Centre for Teaching Peace and Peace Café
Robert (Bob) Stewart, C.A., C.M.C
cell: 403-41-2469; fax: 309-407-6576
Email stewartr[at] ;
National web sites: , and
Moncton Centre for Teaching Peace web site


[Please note: we are in the process of having all Moncton Centre for Teaching Peace related web site material translated into French.  Assistance with translation would be greatly appreciated, if you know of anyone who might help.  In the meantime, we apologize for any inconvenience.  Translation will be available at meetings.]

[Attention: Nous sommes intéressé de traduire en français toute la documentation du site internet du Centre de l'éducation à la paix de Moncton.  Nous sommes à la recherche de personnes qui voudraient nous rendre ce service.  Entre temps, veuillez accepter nos excuses.  Aux rencontres, un service de traduction sera offert.]