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October 19, 2017, by Pete Johnston

The city of Saint John can no longer sustain itself under the current provincial tax system, according to a report presented by city manager, Jeff Trail, to Saint John City […]

Hundreds of UNB faculty and staff reject white supremacist posters on campus

October 10, 2017, by Lucas Crawford, Carmen Elison, Sabine Lebel and Triny Finlay

Three hundred staff and faculty of the University of New Brunswick have signed a strong statement that rejects white supremacy on campus. Read the le ...

Bruce Livesey on “The House of Irvings” [video]

October 5, 2017, by Jon Pedersen

Did you miss Bruce Livesey on “The House of Irvings”? If so, you can watch his talk here.

Bruce Livesey deconstructs The House of Irvings

September 25, 2017, by Sophie M. Lavoie

Time is ticking on the Irving Empire as its generational succession throws up new problems both for the company and the people of New Brunswick, the p ...

  • 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, singer-songwriter Moon Joyce hosted an evening of song on May […]

  • Tools for fighting fake news
    April 3, 2017, by Sophie M. Lavoie

    Mount Allison librarian provides guidelines for making sure of news’ truthiness Mount Allison Librarian Jeff Lilburn does research on alternative media and often participates in Dr. Erin Steuter’s class on […]

  • Fredericton: the next sanctuary city?
    March 20, 2017, by Tracy Glynn

    Fredericton – A group of university students, professors and community organizers are hoping to make Fredericton the next sanctuary city. The group, No One Is Illegal Fredericton, decided to focus […]