All posts in Fredericton

June 22, 2018, by Tracy Glynn

The importance of Officer’s Square’s trees and heritage to Fredericton residents was palpable at the June 22nd press conference where residents demanded a halt to developments currently underway at the […]

Conference celebrates Brian Carty’s life and work

May 11, 2018, by Bill Cook

Brian Carty was a much respected and admired social work professor who died tragically after a motor vehicle collision with a moose on the TransCanada ...

Mayworks Fredericton 2018

April 30, 2018, by Mayworks Fredericton 2018 Organizing Committee

Artists and workers invite all to celebrate the fourth annual Mayworks Festival of Working People and the Arts in Fredericton on traditional Wolastoq ...

John Muise on losing his teaching job at St. Thomas University after 17 years [audio]

April 6, 2017, by From the Margins

In January 2017, John Muise, a contract instructor at St. Thomas University (STU), found out he was losing his job. Muise has been teaching through a ...

  • Fredericton takes back the night
    September 28, 2016, by Sophie M. Lavoie

    Over 300 people gathered at City Hall for Fredericton’s annual Take Back the Night March on Friday, Sept. 23, 2016. Women, children and gender-fluid folks were invited to march to […]

  • Feminist folk singer ends tour in Fredericton
    September 9, 2016, by Sophie M. Lavoie

    The Fredericton Youth Feminists hosted feminist folk singer Janice Jo Lee on the last stop of her tour on Saturday, August 20th at the Charlotte Street Arts Centre Auditorium in […]