First Green caucus and two parties looking to form government complicate the next few months in Fredericton Following last week’s recounts, the outcome of the Sept. 24 provincial election remains the same: 22 Progressive Conservative seats, 21 Liberal and 3 seats each for the People’s Alliance and the Greens. Green party candidate Megan Mitton’s 11-vote […]

Liberal incumbent Bernard LeBlanc has been the MLA for Memramcook-Tantramar for as long as it has been a constituency. In 2006, when Dieppe-Memramcook, Shediac-Cap-Pelé and Moncton Crescent were all combined into one riding, LeBlanc was elected to the Legislative Assembly of New Brunswick in that year’s provincial election. However, LeBlanc’s public service did not begin […]

The Progressive-Conservative party’s Etienne Gaudet is the only first-time candidate in the Memramcook-Tantramar election. After growing up in the Memramcook Valley and studying police science at Loyalist College in Belleville, Ont., Gaudet joined the Canadian Armed Forces, becoming a military police member and serving 21 years. Gaudet then retired and returned home to take over […]

Mount Allison faculty, staff and administration have been having yearly conversations around the issue of dropping enrolment since numbers started falling in 2012. According to Provost Jeff Ollerhead, the University has a continual goal of having 2,500 students enrolled. This goal has not been reached since enrolment dropped by 93 students (down 3.8 per cent) […]

Centre for International Studies organizes a public conversation between Khan and Mt. A student Tina Oh To her critics, Masuma Khan says, “I’m just a human being, a person who is fed up – someone’s kid.” As an Afghan-Muslim and racialized woman growing up in Halifax, Khan said she is no stranger to discrimination and […]