I read Langues officielles: vers un Nouveau-Brunswick moins bilingue? https://ift.tt/3taNxvb La seule province bilingue du Canada pourrait-elle devenir «moins bilingue»? C’est ce que craignent certains militants en raison de l’attitude du gouvernement du Nouveau-Brunswick face à la révision de la Loi sur les langues officielles de la province, prévue pour 2021. via IFTTT

I read Neill family passes 160 year old farm to new owners https://ift.tt/32Ykpww (Fredericton) For more than 160 years, the Neill family farm has stood on the hill as an emblem of strength and community on the Northside of Fredericton. via IFTTT

I read Eating guide suggests ways New Brunswickers can reduce carbon footprint through food https://ift.tt/3tQnevd A group working to strengthen food security wants to help New Brunswickers reduce the impact their eating choices have on the environment. via IFTTT

I read Knowing Who to Stand Up For: Heritage Minister Steven Guilbeault and the Regulation of Free Speech https://ift.tt/2QBbYo0 The Liberal government’s stunning, dangerous, and inexcusable decision to rescind legislative safeguards for user generated content in Bill C-10 has rightly sparked media attention, political opposition, and anger from Canadians. via IFTTT

I read The Collapse of Our Civilization: John-Michael Greer and Pablo Servigne https://ift.tt/3dWHTYQ When I scheduled an interview with John-Michael Greer (JMG), I wanted to hear him talk about the collapse of our civilization. via IFTTT

I read Dishing the dirt on the elusive Stonehammer Geopark https://ift.tt/3xuC9gI New Brunswick’s Stonehammer UNESCO Global Geopark contains many wonders. From footprints of the first animals to walk the planet, to billion-year-old fossils, to the birthplace of the Atlantic Ocean and the collision point of Africa and South America, it’s all part of the park. via […]

I read New Brunswick tenants call on municipal candidates this election to prioritize housing https://ift.tt/3nquADt FREDERICTON – The New Brunswick Coalition for Tenants Rights released a municipal housing platform on April 23, outlining 11 policy proposals on what municipalities can do to protect tenants rights and advance affordable housing. via IFTTT

I read The city of Saint John was not meant to be shared. Are we sharing now? https://ift.tt/2QmgPJW A few weeks ago, I spoke with Julia Wright on CBC’s Information Morning about how the city of Saint John was not meant to be shared. via IFTTT

I read France Climate Bill Bans Short Domestic Flights, But It’s More Than a Stunt https://ift.tt/3wRdEdi As part of a sweeping climate bill, France is set to ban all domestic flights that can be traveled by train in under two and a half hours. The topic has garnered lots of international news coverage, some even […]