I read Indigenous trainees build food sovereignty skills at Fredericton’s Hayes Farm
A partnership between the Joint Economic Development Initiative (JEDI) and Hayes Farm resulted in bursaries this year for two Indigenous applicants to participate in the Regenerative Farming Certificate (RFC) program at Hayes.
I read Hearings begin for lawsuit filed by young Canadians against Ottawa over climate change
More than a dozen young Canadian activists who filed a lawsuit against the federal government over climate change last fall will soon find out if they can move forward with their claim. The case, La Rose et al. v. Her Majesty the Queen, was initially filed on Oct.
I read The Reality Settles In
I ‘m hearing it all over: the days are blending into one another. Every week is the same. My memory sucks. I feel anxious all the time. I’m depressed. I’m feeling it, too.
I read People slept on comfy grass beds 200,000 years ago
Fragments of glassy petrified grass and microscopic traces of plant material, dating to around 200,000 years ago, are all that’s left of a Paleolithic hunter-gatherer’s bed in the back of Border Cave.
I read Past promises to Indigenous people resurface in pandemic-focused throne speech
It was a throne speech unlike any other – one defined by pandemic safety measures and almost totally focused on fighting the deadly virus that’s impacted the planet, taken more than 9,000 Canadian lives and wrought havoc on the economy.
I read The Facts Behind Mi’kmaw Fishing Rights
Who is fishing? Sipekne’katik First Nation is the first band to start its own Moderate Livelihood fishery in Saulnierville, Nova Scotia – about three hours west of Halifax along the Bay of Fundy.
I read ‘Lack of awareness’ about treaties at heart of lobster protests, Mi’kmaw MP says
The Mi’kmaq Nation’s fight for Treaty Rights is nothing new for Jaime Battiste, the country’s first and only Mi’kmaw member of parliament.
I read How to Build Better Lifelong Habits
Humans are creatures of habit. If you could build good habits, you’d be on your way to a better life. But building good lifelong habits is hard.
I read Beyond Cyberpunk: The Intersection of Technology and Science Fiction
People with established careers are terrible sources of advice on how to break into their chosen field.
I read Want to Save More Money? Try These Three Evidence-Backed Tactics
We all know that saving is important and something that we should be doing more of. Overall, though, most of us seem to be doing less and less of it. Is it just because we’re dumb when it comes to money or lack willpower?