All posts in Acadie

October 19, 2018, by Abram Lutes

Quebec and New Brunswick’s elections have brought populism to Canada and reveal similar problems For those who have watched variations of right-wing populism spread throughout the Western World, the recent […]

Partisan homework and the prism of language in New Brunswick

October 12, 2018, by Ricky G. Richard

The judicial recounts in two New Brunswick ridings seem to confirm the party equilibrium in the upcoming Legislative Assembly. Nonetheless, we still d ...

“We sink together, we swim together:” An Anglophone perspective on anti-duality rhetoric

October 10, 2018, by Tabatha Armstrong

Since its inception eight years ago, the People’s Alliance has often led the perpetuation of anti-Francophone rhetoric hidden behind criticisms of & ...


Let’s re-establish the facts about bilingualism in New Brunswick: Acadian writers

November 6, 2012, by Groupe de signataires

Version française ci-dessous Over the last year, and especially over the last few months, a number of editorials have been published in the Times � ...

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    Célébrez la fierté acadienne dans la capital
    August 14, 2010, by NB Media Co-op

    Le dimanche 15 août, fêtez la fierté acadienne dans la capitale provinciale. Voici l’horaire de la journée : 10 h : messe à l’église Sainte-Anne-des-Pays-Bas 11 h à 13 h […]

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    Fredericton’s Acadian community celebrates
    August 20, 2009, by Marie-Christine Allard

    Fredericton – The colours of the Acadian flag were visible throughout Fredericton and much of New Brunswick on Saturday, August 15th. The hot summer day marked La fête des Acadiens, […]