All posts in Fredericton

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 […]

Report from the picket line: Working people stand together in Fredericton

December 9, 2018, by Abram Lutes and Norm Knight

In the early hours of Dec. 6, union workers from the Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE), the Public Service Alliance of Canada (PSAC), the New ...

Carbon pricing – Making changes today, taking responsibility and acting

December 5, 2018, by Brian Beaton

What is the story or action needed to ignite the movement to turn our selves, our communities, our province and our country to using renewable energy ...

Officers’ Square battle continues; City votes to save four mature trees

November 28, 2018, by Margo Sheppard

Fredericton City Council bowed to public pressure at its regular meeting on November 13 to save more mature trees in a planned revitalization of Offic ...

  • 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 ...

  • 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 Highway just before he was […]

  • 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 territory. This year’s festival, that runs from […]