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September 13, 2019, by Lauren R. Korn

September 13, 2030 (Fredericton, New Brunswick) Dear friends and neighbours, I hope this letter finds you well. Me, I’m settling back into life in Fredericton. I’ve been away, out West, […]

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September 10, 2019, by Abram Lutes

Protestors at Standing Rock, North Dakota popularized the protest slogan “water is life” when they stood down an oil pipeline development threatening their lakes and rivers. The slogan has become […]

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September 9, 2019, by NB Media Co-op

Chantal Richard, a professor in the Department of French at the University of New Brunswick, will speak about the erasure and revival of Acadian identity, language and culture in the […]

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September 7, 2019, by Stacey Gomez

Since last month’s mass shooting in El Paso, Latinxs throughout the US say they no longer feel safe. The shooting, which killed 22 people and injured another 24, was driven […]

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September 6, 2019, by Adje Prado

September 6, 2030 (Iroquois Watershed, New Brunswick) Dear Friends, Over the years, the very meaning of governance in New Brunswick has changed. The areas previously known as Local Service Districts […]

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September 5, 2019, by Christine Wu

How can something this big be invisible?The ozone is everywhere and yet it isn’t visibleMaybe if we saw it we would see it’s not invincibleand have to take responsibility as […]

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