A new documentary released by the New Brunswick Union of Public and Private Employees provides an inside look at the 38-day lockout of workers at Moosehead Breweries in winter 2011.
A protest held in Saint John, N.B., Canada, in support of Occupy New York on Saturday, October 15, 2011.
Watch the New Brunswick election for an eye-opener. Thanks to continuous tax cuts, which are great for shoppers but not great for debt, New Brunswick's finances are spiralling out of control.
NB Premier Shawn Graham has bowed to overwhelming political pressure and scrapped plans to sell New Brunswick Power to Hydro-Québec.
It took a spectacular eruption of pent-up exasperation, but it finally struck home. When it did, last Tuesday, MLAs had trimmed off up to a million dollars a year in annual allowances.
The New Brunswick Federation of Labour (NBFL) is organizing a public summit Dec. 9 in Moncton to mobilize pressure to stop the planned sale of NB Power to Hydro Quebec.
Whether the deal to sell NB Power is successful or faulty, it will forever be marred by the process which excluded a venue of participatory democracy to which New Brunswickers are entitled.
Last night the New Brunswick Human Rights Commission hosted a panel discussion on pay equity issues in New Brunswick.
The New Brunswick government has backed away from a decision to cut almost 600 library assistants and student support staff jobs in the province.