In the runup to November’s presidential election, commentators from across the political spectrum predicted a round defeat for Donald Trump, not least because of the palpable disgust he elicited from […]
When a right-wing think tank, such as the Atlantic Institute for Market Studies (AIMS) now says NB has cut its public sector enough, we should pay att ...
All this back and forth on the CBC about Fidel Castro’s death is enough to make any Canadian worth her salt forget to put it on her steps at tod ...
Remembrance Day—November 11—is upon us once again. The red poppy has burst forth, and is now blooming on every lapel. And on the 11th hour of the ...
Atlantic Canada is at a crossroads. Should it pin its hopes on the era of oil dominance and carbon-dense resource exports continuing? Or should it play on its strengths to […]
Those opposed to changes to employment standards in New Brunswick have recently made their voices heard in the media. They are denouncing the timid proposals of Brian Gallant’s government to improve […]
This piece was originally posted on Facebook by Fredericton resident, Nicola MacLeod, on two subsequent days (Sept. 10 and 11, 2016), following multiple incidents of harassment. It is reprinted with […]
The increase in hate crime and racial abuse in the U.K. post-Brexit, the mass shooting at the Orlando gay nightclub, the Paris and Brussels attacks, the mainstreaming of anti-Semitism and […]
TGIF. It’s been a tough week. The boss was in a mood; likely due to the two month old child that needed very late and very early attention. You started […]
If someone told you that being exposed to lead in the food you eat, the water you drink or the air you breathe would not increase your risk of cancer […]