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March 17, 2019, by Vanesa Fung and Sophie M. Lavoie

Mayra Jiménez, from the 8 Tijax Collective, from Guatemala City, visited Fredericton on February 28 on a speaking tour about the Hogar Seguro Fire that occurred on March 8, 2017, […]

Marilyn Lerch launches fifth book of poems aiming to ‘tell the tale of our time’

February 12, 2019, by Bruce Wark

Sackville poet Marilyn Lerch fought back tears Sunday, Feb. 10, as she addressed almost 100 people at the Owens Art Gallery during the launch of her f ...

Pink Lobster Festival promises fantastic films

February 11, 2019, by Shanthi Bell

The NB Media Co-op sat down to talk to Ty Giffin, a production assistant with Frictive Projects which runs the Pink Lobster Festival as well as other ...

Rebuilding Our Red Nation

January 31, 2019, by spasaqsit possesom – (morningstar burning) - Ron Tremblay Wolastoqew Grand Chief

Let’s rebuild our Red Nation And stop thinking a Reservation is a Nation Labeling our Rez as 1st Nation Is in reality a false decoration Placing our ...

  • Author exposes beauty of Palestine in new book
    January 31, 2019, by Sophie M. Lavoie

    Gaza is more than a place of “despairing gray,” says author Marcello Di Cintio, despite being deemed possibly “uninhabitable” starting in 2020, according to a UN Report. Di Cintio presented […]

  • Whenever my sore heart gets hungry
    January 21, 2019, by Marcello Di Cintio

    As the United States implodes over the arguments about a border wall, the Palestinians have been living in the shadow of a wall for nearly twenty years. The system of […]

  • Let’s dance together into a green economy across New Brunswick
    January 21, 2019, by Brian Beaton

    Celebrating New Brunswick’s innovative spirit is one purpose of a new cellphone music video competition seeking creative music, lyrics and video material from local musicians, songwriters and video producers. Everyone […]

  • Tertulias: philosophy cafes in Fredericton
    January 18, 2019, by Tertulias Fredericton

    Tertulias this winter in Fredericton will feature the lives and works of philosophers, painters, poets, historians, a playwright and a mathematician! Our next tertulia features Robin Whittaker on Bertolt Brecht, […]

  • Alanis Obomsawin: “A place where you have a voice”
    November 27, 2018, by Shanthi Bell

    Watch Wabanaki documentary filmmaker Alanis Obomsawin speak about her life’s work making film about Indigenous communities in this video. Alanis Obomaswin spoke in Fredericton on Oct. 24 after a screening of her […]