All posts in Labour

June 20, 2017, by David Frank

Almost all of them were born before the end of the First World War, several as early as the 1870s and 1880s. Their formal education was limited, and they entered […]

UNB workers receive favourable decision in unionization effort

May 16, 2017, by Asaf Rashid

A large group of employees at University of New Brunswick (UNB) – Administrative, Professional and Technical Workers (APT) – received a favourable ...

Fredericton activists: “I can’t keep quiet”

May 15, 2017, by Sophie M. Lavoie

Twenty local enthusiasts recently joined voices in solidarity against oppression, corruption and patriarchy. Closing out a 10-day festival with flair, ...

Mayworks Fredericton recognizes May Day and working class culture [audio]

May 1, 2017, by From the Margins

This episode of From the Margins features an interview with postal worker Ruth Breen and president of the Fredericton and District Labour Council, Ern ...