Atlantica
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April 14, 2014, No comments

Recently, New Brunswickers learned of a report about our “costly” and “unsustainable” public education system.  The report, The Cost Disease Infects Public Education Across Canada, authored by Rod Clifton, and […]

Val_Napolean
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April 13, 2014, No comments

Arielle Dylan, a social work professor at St. Thomas University, and her research assistant, Bartholomew Smallboy organized a very stimulating panel discussion titled “Envisioning Indigenous Partnership: Promoting Reconciliation” on Thursday, […]

CP
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April 12, 2014, No comments

On February 20, Canada Post announced the 11 communities as the first sites to be converted from door-to-door delivery to community mailboxes. Two Atlantic Canada communities are included on the […]

JDI clearcuts 2-2
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April 11, 2014, No comments

The forest of New Brunswick on traditional Wabanaki territory, where lynx roam, northern flying squirrels glide, warblers and vireos sing and brook trout swim in sheltered streams is in trouble. […]

Simone
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April 10, 2014, No comments

Fredericton – The Fredericton Morgentaler Clinic plans to close at the end of July after operating for 20 years. Simone Leibovitch, the clinic’s manager, made the announcement today, April 10th, […]

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April 9, 2014, No comments

There is a significant and to my mind problematic limitation that is increasingly being placed on Indigenous efforts to defend our rights and our lands. This constraint involves the type […]

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Atlantica

Solutions to New Brunswick’s “costly” public education from the usual lobbyists and their bankrollers

April 14, 2014, No comments

Recently, New Brunswickers learned of a report about our “costly” and “unsustainable” public education system.  The report, The Cost Disease ...

Val_Napolean

Indigenous legal rights and “reconciliation”

April 13, 2014, No comments

Arielle Dylan, a social work professor at St. Thomas University, and her research assistant, Bartholomew Smallboy organized a very stimulating panel d ...

CP

Who’s afraid of the public postal service? Workers respond as Canada Post begins conversion from door-to-door delivery

April 12, 2014, No comments

On February 20, Canada Post announced the 11 communities as the first sites to be converted from door-to-door delivery to community mailboxes. Two Atl ...