The richest family in New Brunswick just doesn’t feel quite rich enough. And it is prepared to hold the province’s most vulnerable people hostage as it pressures the government to guarantee higher “pandemic profits.”
The Irving Oil [...]
When New Brunswick’s Conservative Party won a majority in the recent snap election, it expected a clear path to deep austerity and sweeping privatization. But the province’s labour and community movements are quickly mobilizing a campaign to defend [...]
Communists committed to building working class resistance
By Fredericton Club, CPC
Though disappointing, the results of New Brunswick’s provincial election are unsurprising. The Tories won a majority with 27 seats, the Liberals won 17 seats, [...]
By Communist Party, Fredericton Club
With the sudden calling of an election by Progressive Conservative premier Blaine Higgs, New Brunswick faces the possibility of a Conservative majority government – this is a bid for unchecked power.
By Caleb Thompson
New Brunswick Premier Blaine Higgs has called a snap election for September 14, well in advance of the 2022 date established by the provincial Legislative Assembly Act, which mandates that a general election be held every [...]
The second-largest Indigenous nation in New Brunswick is suing the provincial government for depriving it of a treaty right to harvest timber.
The Wolastoqey Nation, which occupies the watershed of the Wolastoq (Saint John) River in western New [...]
By Caleb Thompson
On Friday, February 14, dozens of activists gathered at Fredericton’s city hall in support of the Wet’suwet’en people, whose land is being invaded and stolen. Activists then marched to Westmorland Street Bridge where they [...]