“There’s no reason why the earth should have to pay for our economy,” Rexton Mayor Randy Warman declared. Warman, attending an Earth Day Art Exhibition hosted by the Council of […]
A new Corporate Research Associates (CRA) March poll shows surging support for the NDP in the province. The poll, taken from February 7 to Ma ...
The upper floor of the Mount Allison administration building rang with songs, chants and laughter on March 22 after more than 50 students moved in se ...
Mount Allison University students set up tents and other equipment on the morning of March 20 as they began an indefinite, round-the-clock occupation ...
On Friday, Feb. 3, at approximately 9 a.m., more than 40 student activists occupied Tweedie Hall during the Board of Regents (BoR) meeting in a demonstration protesting the Board’s inaction […]
A group of Mount Allison students were all smiles on Feb. 14, 2017, after Sackville Town Council voted 5-3 to oppose the Energy East oil pipeline. The students, who were […]
On Tuesday morning, Jan, 17, Trudeau continued his cross-Canada tour with a stop in Fredericton for a town hall hosted by the Fredericton Chamber of Commerce and Fredericton riding MP […]
Art and imagery have played a role in resistance movements throughout time and across issues. Think of the red square of the Québec student movement, born from the idea that […]
“We’re being screwed here,” Charles Thériault says from the big pink chair in his straw bale house at Kedgwick River, northeastern New Brunswick. “We’re letting it happen, our governments are letting […]
The 12-year-fight to prevent liquefied natural gas (LNG) development in Passamaquoddy Bay finally came to an end in August and plans are in the works for a book chronicling that […]