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, ...
Jesse Wente connects his Indigenous family background to contemporary struggles like the Dakota Access Pipeline protests and the Cleveland baseball te ...
On November 15, the Wolastoq Grand Council held an action in Fredericton to show solidarity with Indigenous people and allies resisting the Dakota Acc ...
The Elsipogtog First Nation has filed an Aboriginal Title Claim in the Saint John Court of Queen’s Bench on behalf of the Mi’kmaq people for title to the Mi’kma’ki district […]
Editorial note: Students from Labrador going to universities in Fredericton organized a rally in solidarity with the Innu, Inuit, Métis and Labradorians defending Lake Melville from the Muskrat Falls hydroelectric […]
Jennifer Brant will speak about missing and murdered Indigenous women in her lecture, “Forever Loving, Forever Resisting: Recent Research on Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women” as part of the NB […]
“Berta Caceres had three qualities that made her such a powerful advocate and activist for her people and for the environment. She was Indigenous, a woman and a feminist.” Honduran […]
Since time immemorial Wolastoqewiyik (Maliseet People) were connected physically and spiritually to the river “Wolastoq” – St. John River, for it provided our people with food, medicine, and was our […]
TRIGGER WARNING: This article or section, or pages it links to, contains information about sexual assault and/or violence which may be triggering to survivors. Dr. Eve Tuck, currently an Associate […]