The Canadian Health Coalition is discouraged by the announcement that the New Brunswick government has signed a bilateral health deal with the federal government.
The Trudeau government wants to move away from coal. Will that mean increased reliance on nuclear? And what about mitigation strategies for displaced workers?
The Energy East pipeline would threaten the drinking water of more than 5 million Canadians.
Talking Radical Radio
Reid Lodge and Mable Wheeler talk about the work of Fredericton Gender Minorities and TransAction NB.
David J. Climenhaga
Some Alberta politicians seem to want to blame Quebec for low oil prices. Trouble is … it's the market, stupid!
You can help to bring justice to workers at Covered Bridge Potato Chips. Send a message to the company to get back to bargaining a fair contract.
Boycott alert! To support the call for a fair contract, UFCW Canada activists are asking consumers not to buy Covered Bridge Potato Chips until this New Brunswick strike is over.
Although all the seats in Atlantic Canada in the 2015 election were won by the Liberal Party, on closer examination a number of fascinating electoral trends are apparent. What lessons do they provide?
Oct 30, 2015 to Oct 31, 2015
Vancouver: Unitarian Church (949 West 49th Ave.). Moncton: St. John the Baptist Anglican Church (48 Woolridge St., Riverview)
On October 30 – 31, 2015, KAIROS will sponsor a public forum on fracking that will take place simultaneously in Vancouver, B.C. and Moncton, N.B.
Last week, the heads of Canada's largest environmental organizations, met in New Brunswick to discuss the Bay of Fundy and the Energy East Pipeline.