Indigenous affairs are finally on the radar at Mount Allison. After last year’s completion of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission, 97 Canadian universities across Canada, including Mt. A, pledged to offer increased Indigenous support and educational programming. As a result of this pledge, Mt. A’s theme this year is the “Year of Indigenous Knowing.” Readings […]

Friday, Sept. 16 Phil Dwyer Trio (8 p.m.) Jazz Brunton Auditorium $17.50 Advance (Tidewater Books) $20 Door $8 Student Walrus (10 p.m.) Neo-psychedelic pop Main Street Tent Free entrance Plants and Animals (11 p.m.) Indie rock Main Street Tent Free entrance Saturday, Sept. 17 Artist TBA (12 a.m.) T&L $5 cover Lonely Parade (1 a.m.) […]

This year marks the centennial anniversary of the convention that led to Canada’s passage of the Migratory Bird Convention Act. To commemorate this achievement, the Canadian Wildlife Service (CWS) commissioned Mount Allison fine arts students to create representations of species protected under the act. The collaboration is the first between the CWS and Mt. A’s […]