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January 8, 2018, by Benjamin Perryman, Barrister & Solicitor

[St-Hilaire, NB, January 8, 2018] –  Abdoulkader Abdi, a former child refugee and a long-term permanent resident of Canada, has lost his detention review hearing before the Immigration Division. As […]

NB Media Co-op’s Dallas McQuarrie wins Beth McLaughlin Environmental Journalism Award

November 21, 2017, by Bruce Wark, Erin Steuter and Roland Chiasson

The judges for the annual Beth McLaughlin Environmental Journalism Award have chosen Dallas McQuarrie of the New Brunswick Media Co-op as the 2016 fir ...

Decolonizing FrackedU: Ed Finlay on academic freedom and university governance

November 20, 2017, by Sophie M. Lavoie

Visiting professor Ed Finlay believes universities should protect themselves from “corporate creep” by returning to genuine shared governance. In ...

Shrinking Saint John at breaking point under provincial tax structure

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 Tra ...

  • 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 population it has dominated […]

  • 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 […]