Monday, October 18, 2021

NWAC hosts virtual vigil for missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls

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Today, the Native Women’s Association in Canada will be hosting a virtual vigil, “Sisters in Spirit” in honour of missing and murdered Indigenous women, girls, and gender-diverse people. (NWAC/Twitter) Sisters in Spirit virtual vigil

Western University implements new sexual violence training

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Content warning: this article discusses sexual violence. Concerns regarding the security of students attending Western University (WesternU) have arisen with the beginning of the fall term. A student-led walkout was held on September 17 in protest of the revelations...

UNB updates their COVID-19 policies

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After the new regulations were set on September 22 by the Government of New Brunswick, UNB updated students through an email about changes on-campus. Students must submit proof of vaccination or undergo weekly rapid testing to be on...

Liberals win another minority government

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After a short 36-day campaign and $610 million later, Canada has elected yet another Liberal minority government. The seat tally does not look much different from before Parliament was dissolved in late August. Incumbent Wayne Long celebrates his...

Real Campus counselling program cancelled as of September 1

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On August 30, Real Campus sent an email and made social media posts advising that their mental health program would be cancelled as of the following day, September 1. The Real Campus program launched in 2018 and was...

UNB Sustainability hosting “Academic Bike Challenge”

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During the month of October, UNB Sustainability is hosting an "Academic Bike Challenge". Academic Bike Challenging running during the month of October. Event part of Sustainability Month As part of their Sustainability...

UNB Saint John to host Indigenous film festival

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Beginning on Thursday, September 23, the Lorenzo Society, UNB-SRC, and Eastern Circle Saint John are hosting a film festival that will screen three different Indigenous films at different locations until November 25. Film festival will run from September...

The federal election debates 2021: A recap

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On Wednesday, September 8, and Thursday, September 9, five of our federal leaders took part in live debates, first in French then in English.  The five major party leaders debated both on Wednesday September 8 & Thursday September 9. (Adrian Wyld/The Canadian Press).

2021 Federal Election: Party Platforms

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Friday, September 20 is a big day for Canadians as they take to the polls to vote for our new government. The date is fast approaching and this year, as with every year, we need to be well-informed voters.

Government of New Brunswick implements new COVID-19 restrictions

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On Wednesday, September 15, the provincial government announced new restrictions starting on September 22 at midnight due to rising cases in New Brunswick. GNB infograph indicates where individuals will have to show proof of vaccination to enter a...