The New Brunswick Anti Shale Gas Alliance (NBASGA), a coalition of grassroots organizations in the province opposed to shale gas development, is concerned that Canada’s proposed new anti-terrorism legislation, Bill […]
Update, March 2, 2015: Three people have been charged for their role in a protest against herbicide spraying in September 2014 in Kent County. They’re facing fines of $20,000. Miramichi, […]
Augusta – J.D. Irving, Ltd is facing more public opposition to its attempts to change environmental regulations, this time in neighbouring Maine. J.D. Irving is already under fire in New […]
Pam Palmater is a Mi’kmaq lawyer from Eel River Bar First Nation and holds the position of Chair in Indigenous Governance at Ryerson University. Palmater was one of the spokespeople, […]
KJIPUKTUK (Halifax) – If Indigenous voices in the Maritimes had up until now been relatively silent in publicly opposing TransCanada’s ‘Energy East’ pipeline, on Monday, February 23rd, a cross-sectional panel […]
Fredericton – Publicly-funded abortion services in New Brunswick will only be expanding to the Moncton City Hospital, according to an email sent from Horizon Health Network President and CEO John […]
Economists, students, teachers, farmers, unions among Canadians asking to be heard during pipeline review Toronto, ON – At least 65 per cent of ...
The New Brunswick Anti Shale Gas Alliance (NBASGA), a coalition of grassroots organizations in the province opposed to shale gas development, is conce ...