Welcome to the Divisional portal of the website. Within this section you'll find the resources at the local level to help you complete your Award journey. Your Division is the Province or Territory in which you currently live and are completing your Award.


We are your division, and will be your point of contact. As your division, we are here to guide and support you, while on the road to completing The Award.

Can't find what you are looking for or need a few questions answered about your Award? Then send us an email. We are here to help. 

Did you know you can receive high school credit for your Award?

The Department of Education has created a form to allow students to challenge for credit the Silver or Gold Duke of Edinburgh’s Award for Outdoor Pursuits 110. The student will fill out the Challenge for Credit form and give to their guidance counsellor along with the congratulatory letter from our office stating they have achieved their Award and their record book, expedition guide, and Award submission form (everything they sent in to be marked by the office). For more information on this opportunity please contact Danielle McLeod at dmcleod@dukeofed.org


New Registrants
How many youth joined The Award for the first time during the year ?

Award Level 2016 2015


208 153







Total New Registrants   257  ?228


Awards Gained
How many youth completed an Award during the year?

Award Level












 Total Awards ?Achieved  93 87 


How many youth have actively participated in The Award during the year?

 Award Level 2016  2015
 Bronze 421 359
 Silver 227  269
 Gold 196 171
  Total Participants  844  799

Board of Directors 

The Duke of Edinburgh's Award Board members are all volunteers who provide us with unique professional skill sets, insight and a vast amount of experience. Some of these specialized skill sets entail; marketing, fundraising, finance, and governance.

Honourary Provincial Chair
Jocelyne Roy-Vienneau
Lieutenant Governor of New Brunswick

Danielle McLeod
Executive Director
Fredericton, New Brunswick

Stephen Trueman
Moncton, New Brunswick

Gregg Houser
Moncton, New Brunswick 

Brenda Moore
Burton, New Brunswick 

Devyani Ambwani
Youth Representative 
Fredericton, New Brunswick

Deborah Adams
Saint John, New Brunswick 

Brenda Forbes
Saint John, New Brunswick 

Ralph Simpson
Fredericton, New Brunswick

Shannon Lee
Campobello Island, New Brunswick

Tina Noble 
Hanwell, New Brunswick

Peter Johnson
Grand Bay–Westfield, New Brunswick

Dean Mundee
Fredericton, New Brunswick

Keith Barr 

Fredericton, New Brunswick

Kelly Shannon
Gagetown, New Brunswick

The Duke of Edinburgh's International Award - New Brunswick would like to recognize and thank our valued partners:

The Government of New Brunswick through the Sport and Recreation Branch of the Department of Tourism, Heritage, and Culture. 


The Forest Foundation of New Brunswick


May 5, 2016



FREDERICTON, N.B - The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award in New Brunswick is proud to announce its partnership with J.D. Irving, Limited, supporting youth outreach across the province.

As a major partner, J.D. Irving, Limited, (JDI) has made a major contribution to assist us in reaching our goal of doubling our participant base in N.B. by the year 2020 including outreach to special needs youth, First Nations youth, immigrant youth, Francophone youth, and youth from rural communities.

It is our goal to ensure every youth in our province is aware of this internationally renowned program and has the opportunity to participate in it. Due to the positive habits and life skills developed during their time in the Award, these youth will become leaders and contributing members of our province, thereby creating a stronger New Brunswick for us all.

The partnership is part of JDI’s ongoing commitment to making a positive difference in our communities. As part of their everyday commitment to finding a better way, J.D. Irving, Limited supports the communities where we live and work through charitable donations and sponsorship.

“For over 50 years, The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award has helped shape the future leaders and citizens of our province by guiding them through a program which fosters self-reliance, perseverance, self-confidence, motivation, and responsibility,” said Robert K. Irving, Co-Chief Executive Officer of J.D. Irving, Limited. “Through this partnership we look forward to the future as we offer New Brunswick youth the opportunity to develop life-long skills that shape them today and as they grow into tomorrow.”

About J.D. Irving, Limited
Proudly headquartered in New Brunswick, J.D. Irving, Limited (JDI) has operations in Canada and the United States. We are a team of 15,000 dedicated employees, with business units in:
•Construction & Equipment 
•Consumer Products
•Forestry & Forestry Products 
•Retail & Distribution 
•Shipbuilding & Industrial Fabrication 
•Transportation & Logistics
Since our inception 134 years ago, our employees continue to build JDI into a diverse group of performance-driven enterprises.

Contact Us

Danielle McLeod
Executive Director
E-mail: dmcleod@dukeofed.org

65 Brunswick Street Suite 287
Fredericton, NB E3B 1G5
Victoria Health Centre

Phone: (506) 453-3662
Toll Free: 1-800-520-3853
Fax: (506) 444-5791

Email: newbrunswick@dukeofed.org

Charitable Registration Number:
13625 6187 RR0001

STEP 1: You will receive an automated email from the Online Record Book asking you to verify your email address. Please check your email account and verify your email so your registration can be processed. Your Award Leader will receive notification of your registration.

STEP 2: Read through the following webpages to understand the Award program before you start using the Online Record Book:

Award Structure and Time Requirements

Award Instruction and Assessment                                                 

Award Section Requirements                                                     

Award Requirements for Community Service                                 

Award Requirements for Skill Development                                     

Award Requirements for Physical Recreation                                       

Award Requirements for Adventurous Journey                                     

Award Requirements for Residential Project                                     

STEP 3: Log onto your Online Record Book www.intawardorb.com and follow the steps in this tutorial to choose your major, change your password, and upload a profile photo 
Then set up your activities. Then follow this tutorial to see how to log your hours.

STEP 4: See how to record your Adventurous Journey section 
Fill out this Adventurous Journey Form and upload it to your Adventurous Journey section under your Qualifying Journey.

STEP 5: See how to submit your Award for approval once you have completed your sections. Fill out the appropriate application form for your Award level and email to newbrunswick@dukeofed.org
Bronze submission form
Silver submission form
Gold submission form

STEP 6: You will receive an email to notify you if your Award has been approved. The email will ask you if you would like to continue on to the next level of the program. Your Bronze certificate and pin will be sent to your Leader for presentation. If you do not have a Leader, the office will coordinate a presentation for you with your MLA. Silver pins will be sent to your Leader or to you directly. Silver certificates and Gold pins will be presented by the Lieutenant Governor of NB. Gold certificates will be presented by a member of the Royal Family or the Governor General.

If you are 16 years of age and currently not working on your Gold level, you can still complete your Residential Project. Print this Residential Project form, fill it out, and save it on your computer for your Gold level. Once you have reached the Gold level, upload this file to your Residential Project section.

LEADERS: See how to review and sign off on your participants' online record book. 

Use the Checklist for Reviewing ORB Awards as you approve your participants’ Awards. Fill out the form and email to newbrunswick@dukeofed.org


The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award - New Brunswick is pleased to announce its first annual benefit dinner, Wine & Dine The Duke, featuring season one winner of Chopped Canada and five star chef, Matt Pennell.

Join us on September 9 for an exclusive evening at Legends Restaurant at the Moncton Coliseum and enjoy a four-course gourmet culinary experience complimented with unique wine pairings hosted by Peter Mielzynski Agencies in support of New Brunswick youth. Funds raised will support the Award in our province as we continue to equip young New Brunswickers for success in life and empower them to make a difference in their community.

Event Details

Saturday, September 9, 2017
Legends Restaurant- Entrance C at the back of the building.
377 Killam Dr, Moncton, NB E1C 3T1
Ticket Price: $100
Tax receipts available for $30

Cocktail Reception at 6:30 pm
Dinner at 7:00 pm

To purchase tickets, follow the tab below and email completed form to newbrunswick@dukeofed.org


If you are interested in a sponsorship opportunity, please see our sponsorship package available below.


About Chef Matt Pennell


Chef Matt Pennell is a graduate of the Culinary Institute of Canada (2003) and the executive chef at the Legends restaurant in Moncton, NB. He is decorated with accolades which include U.S.A Michelin star sous chef, Canada 4 Diamond chef, Executive chef/owner Maclean's Top 50 Restaurants Canada and You gotta Eat Here TV series on Food Network Canada. 

About The Wine Pairings


Wine pairings will be provided by Peter Mielzynski Agencies. Since its formation, PMA has become Canada’s leading Wine & Spirits Agency. Some of the world’s premium spirits and wine brands they represent include Grant’s Whisky, Glenfiddich Single Malt Scotch, Gibson’s Finest Canadian Whisky, Two Oceans Wines, Amarula Cream Liqueur, Jägermeister and Disaronno. 


If you have any questions, please feel free to contact:

Danielle McLeod
Executive Director, The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award – New Brunswick
Phone: (506) 453-3662
Email: newbrunswick@dukeofed.org