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NB debrief host Tobin Haley talks to the NB Media Co-op’s Susan O’Donnell, Tracy Glynn and Matthew Hayes about the creation of the NB Media Co-op and the importance of social justice media in a province home to a media landscape dominated by J.D. Irving Ltd.
NB debrief host Tobin Haley talks to Tracy Glynn with the NB Media Co-op and Reproductive Justice NB, Clinic 554’s Dr. Adrian Edgar and University of New Brunswick Law Professor Kerri Froc about the decades-long fight for abortion access in New Brunswick.
NB debrief host Tobin Haley talks to Matthew Hayes and Aditya Rao with the New Brunswick Coalition for Tenants Rights and Sarah Lunney with ACORN NB about the housing crisis and the need for rental reforms that protect tenants in New Brunswick.
NB debrief host Tobin Haley talks to Peskotomuhkati Chief Hugh Akagi about the Peskotomuhkati (Passamaquoddy) Nation, why his community is not a recognized First Nation in Canada and a Supreme Court decision that may finally lead to state recognition for his community.
NB debrief guest host Tracy Glynn talks to Danny Legere, President of the New Brunswick Federation of Labour, and Sandy Harding, the Regional Director of CUPE Maritimes about challenges facing workers today in New Brunswick. She is also joined by the NB Media Co-op’s Susan O’Donnell on how stories affecting workers are being covered by the media in the province.
NB debrief host Tobin Haley talks to Tanya Hatt about her experiences living in poverty in New Brunswick and Abram Lutes with the Common for Social Justice on what policies need to change to eradicate poverty in New Brunswick.
NB debrief host Tobin Haley is joined by CUPE NB President Steve Drost and the regional director of CUPE Maritimes Sandy Harding for a conversation on the strike action by nearly 20,000 CUPE members in New Brunswick. Filmed on November 10, 2021.
Host Tobin Haley talks with Patricia Bernard, Chief of the Madawaska Maliseet First Nation, about the recent Wolastoqey title claim and the debrief crew talks to woodlot owners Daimen Hardie and Gareth Davies.
Host Tobin Haley speaks to three guests who are critical of proposed amendments to New Brunswick’s Safer Neighbourhoods and Communities Act (SCAN) that will make it easier for neighbours to file anonymous complaints against other neighbours: Jael Duarte is the New Brunswick Tenants Advocate, Kevin Arseneau is the MLA for Kent North and Aditya Rao is a human rights lawyer in Fredericton.
To discuss the 2022 New Brunswick budget’s implications for addressing the province’s housing crisis, host Tobin Haley talks to Kristi Allain and Matthew Hayes with the New Brunswick Coalition for Tenants Rights; David Coon, New Brunswick Green Party Leader and Fredericton MLA; Nichola Taylor and Hany Sherif, tenants recently forced to move; and Angus Fletcher, a Fredericton-based tenant advocate with ACORN NB.
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