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March 14, 2017, by Susan O'Donnell

A new report from the New Brunswick Health Coalition documents how the province’s public health care model is on a slippery slope towards privatization — and also that many advocacy […]

AMASE reveals plan to unionize student employees at Mount Allison University

February 17, 2017, by Naomi Goldberg

The Association of Mount Allison Student Employees (AMASE) has announced their plan to unionize campus employment. Fourth-year student Josh Johnson, p ...


Pay Equity Coalition “frustrated and discouraged” with budget announcement

February 12, 2017, by Asaf Rashid

The New Brunswick Coalition for Pay Equity is feeling “frustration and discouragement,” in response to New Brunswick’s 2017-2018 budget, acc ...

Coming soon to New Brunswick: corporate control of hospital services

February 7, 2017, by Susan O'Donnell

Will a corporation care more about the quality of its hospital services or the profits it can make for its shareholders? New Brunswick residents will ...

  • Strike or lockout looms at Canada Post
    June 29, 2016, by Robert Devet for the NS Advocate

    KJIPUKTUK (Halifax) – All signs point to work interruptions at Canada Post some time after July 2nd, be it a lockout of its workers by Canada Post or a strike […]