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March 18, 2019, by Gül Çalışkan

Around midnight on Friday, March 15, the day of the massacre in Christchurch, NZ, No One is Illegal Fredericton sent out a call for solidarity. In response, more than one […]

Fredericton youth rally for climate action

March 16, 2019, by Gerry McAlister

An enthusiastic and colorful crowd of several hundred gathered outside the provincial legislature in Fredericton on March 15 to protest against the go ...

Challenging white supremacy with activism and scholarship

February 18, 2019, by Susan O'Donnell

On Feb. 16, the CBC published an article on its website: “Preserving a memory” about “great old houses” in New Brunswick. The ...

STU’s history of “Indigenization”

January 28, 2019, by Naomi Gullison

Despite the Mi’kmaq and Wolastoqey flags flying at the foot of the campus, St. Thomas University (STU) has a decade-long track record of keeping its ...

  • Women’s March Fredericton takes a stand for equality
    January 20, 2019, by NB Coalition for Pay Equity

    More than 100 participants took to the streets for the 3rd Annual Women’s March in downtown Fredericton on Saturday to raise their voices in support of gender equality in New […]

  • Postal workers confront Fredericton MP Matt DeCourcey
    December 19, 2018, by Norm Knight

    On Monday, December 17, a group of postal workers and community allies confronted federal Member of Parliament for Fredericton, Matt DeCourcey, with questions about legislation which has taken away their […]

  • UNB hiring a Piluwitahasuwin
    August 26, 2018, by Sophie M. Lavoie

    The University of New Brunswick (UNB) is hiring a Piluwitahasuwin, an Assistant Vice-President for Indigenous Engagement. Imelda Perley, UNB’ Elder in Residence, helped the administration come up with the name Piluwitahasuwin, [&hell ...