- Saint John String Quartet schedules 2 free family concerts August 27, 2016The Saint John String Quartet is back from a South American trip that saw them take 21 flights in a month and they’re hoping to showcase what they've learned from the experience at a free concert Saturday in Saint John.
- Saint John politician Elsie Wayne was polarizing but always colourful August 27, 2016Elsie Wayne became one of the country's best-known political figures by being colourful and outspoken, and sometimes embarrassing, remembers fellow Saint Johner Harry Forestell.
- #myCBCnb photo gallery of the week August 26, 2016#myCBCnb is CBC New Brunswick's summer-long initiative to build a 'memory' gallery of summer 2016 in the province. This week features Saint John's Bryn Robinson tour of some of the city's obscure haunts.
- Saint John Dragon Boat Festival draws hundreds August 27, 2016Saint John's annual Dragon Boat Festival begins Saturday with hundreds of paddlers, spectators expected enjoy races, vendors, and family-friendly activities.
- Ex-daycare owner's lawyer suggests former employees fabricated allegations she mistreated children August 26, 2016The defence presents closing arguments in the trial of a former daycare owner accused of assaulting children and an employee in a Moncton, N.B., court.
- Saint John String Quartet schedules 2 free family concerts August 27, 2016
- The Kurds at Dunkirk May 7, 2016Dunkirk is France’s northernmost port on the English Channel, just below the Belgian border. A small industrial city with a winding harbour and strange Flemish street names, the world knows it as the evacuation point for Allied troops fleeing the Nazi armies in 1940. Today, Dunkirk raises new images of huddled masses desperate to reach […] The post The Kurds […]Michael Forestell
- Free tuition for low to middle class students, government April 14, 2016The government of New Brunswick will provide free tuition or additional financial assistance to university students from families with a yearly income less than $60,000 through a new Tuition Access Bursary, Premier Brian Gallant announced Thursday morning. “It’s definitely overdue, but it’s definitely also a historic step forward in terms of financial aid an […]Danielle Elliott
- ‘Men’s hockey has done a lot for me;’ player disappointed by program’s cancellation April 5, 2016Men’s hockey defenceman Sawyer Hannay says he is disappointed about the cancelation of the St. Thomas University varsity men’s hockey program, which was announced Monday afternoon. “As both an athlete [and] an academic future alumnus, I’m extremely disappointed,” Hannay said. “I don’t think school nor hockey teaches a quitting mentality and I really feel we […]AQ Editor In Chief
- STU considers sale of Forest Hill residences April 5, 2016St. Thomas University may sell the Forest Hill residences, Rigby and Chatham halls, to pay for a projected $190,000 deficit in the ancillary budget, which includes residences and related services. This was brought up by Lily Fraser, the vice-president of finance and administration, at a budget development town hall meeting on March 31 in Ted […] The post STU […]Hadeel Ibrahim
- He said, she said, they said: You can call me “they” April 5, 2016It’s what grammar-fans fear, trans people are tired of and everyone else is just confused about: The Great Pronoun Debate. This is the name I’ve given to the barriers trans people face while advocating to be spoken of respectfully. Respectful language is part of accepting trans people. But it is not something we are granted […] The post He said, she said, th […]Al Cusack
- The Kurds at Dunkirk May 7, 2016
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