The federal government announced on Tuesday, March 17, that a $30-billion financial aid plan to help Canadians and small business impacted by COVID-19. Wayne Long speaking at UNBSJ in September, 2019. (Wolfgang Dütchel/The Baron)
Accessing mental health services is becoming increasing difficult because of long wait times and high costs for private counselling. Fortunately, Laura Gatien and Associates are looking to tackle this major problem within our city by offering free and affordable counselling. https://www.facebook.com/lauragatienmsw/photos/rpp.1860806397264078/3126366340708071/
As more businesses close and schools begin offering classes online to slow the spread of COVID-19, it is also important that individuals do what they can to make these efforts effective. Keeping to...
The Student Representative Council recently announced on social media that they are cancelling upcoming events in response to the current COVID-19 outbreak. Some students already purchased tickets to these events and wanted answers, we reached out to Allie Ruigrok, VP Social, to get them.
Since August 31, high school, elementary, Catholic, and French teachers in Ontario have been without a contract. The winter months have thus far seen unsuccessful negotiation, which has culminated in work to rule, strikes, and walkouts. (Evan Mitsui/CBC)
Horizon Health Network sent out a letter on Monday, March 16, to inform faculty, staff and students at the University of New Brunswick that there are two presumptive cases of the coronavirus disease on one of the campuses.
On Saturday, March 14, the Women in Business society at UNBSJ is hosting its first conference from 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. on campus. This event’s goal is to break down the barriers that women face in the business world, having several...