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March 4, 2017, by Jon Debly

Widespread attention is being directed at University of New Brunswick’s (UNB) recent decision to remove residence don positions this coming September. UNB Residence Life (ResLife) is opting instead to employ three full-time […]

Pull in the reins on health care

March 4, 2017, by Daniel Légère

With the release of the latest budget, it is now clear to all that Brian Gallant’s government is entering into election mode. However, our Premier i ...

Human health and coastal ecosystems at a tipping point

February 26, 2017, by Inka Milewski

There has been understandable handwringing and questions being asked about the sporadically high levels of E. coli and fecal streptococci reported at ...

The Trump Way

January 4, 2017, by Arun Gupta for The Bullet

In the runup to November’s presidential election, commentators from across the political spectrum predicted a round defeat for Donald Trump, not ...

  • Mr. Gallant, put down those scissors
    December 2, 2016, by Daniel Legere

    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 attention. In its recent […]

  • On the death of Fidel Castro
    December 1, 2016, by Judy Haiven

    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 today’s […]

  • Lest we remember
    November 7, 2016, by Jeff Brown and Thom Workman

    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 11th day of […]

  • Atlantic Canada can take control over own destiny
    October 23, 2016, by Gordon Laxer

    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 […]