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 […]

I read N.B. First Nation wins $145M land claim settlement after decades-long battle https://ift.tt/3vkoozg Madawaska Maliseet First Nation in northwestern New Brunswick says the federal government has agreed to pay out $145 million in a land claim dispute that has wound through the courts for more than two decades. via IFTTT

I read With one budget, Freeland overturned 3 decades of political orthodoxy https://ift.tt/3sxDBvj Nearly seven years ago, a rookie politician surveyed the political landscape across the democratic world and saw the outlines of a new era. While in power, U.S. President Ronald Reagan and U.K. via IFTTT

I read Mi’kmaw community says it will launch treaty fishery without federal licenses https://ift.tt/32LDzW4 Sipekne’katik First Nation will harvest lobster on their own terms, without federal licenses says Chief Mike Sack. Sack made the announcement Thursday in the community’s fisheries building, along with the community’s new treaty fishery plan. via IFTTT

I read Not Just User Generated Content: Liberal Government Also Want the CRTC to Regulate Apps Under Bill C-10 https://ift.tt/3nf5uHi Earlier tonight, I posted on the government’s attack on freedom of expression with its astonishing plans to regulate all user generated content posted to sites such as Youtube, Instagram, TikTok, and Twitter. But the danger […]