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  • Minority Language Tsunami

    Article as submitted to all local "Letters to the Editor" December 2007 Views expressed by individuals in these letters are not necessarily the views of the Anglo Society of New Brunswick 11 Ambassador Drive Douglas N.B. E3A 7X9 (506)472-4029 Dear Editor, In response to a November 16th article in the Fredericton Daily Gleaner by Kate […more]
  • Bombarded With French First or French Only Signage

    Article as published in the "Daily Gleaner" December 2007 Views expressed by individuals in these letters are not necessarily the views of the Anglo Society of New Brunswick 70 Hill Street Minto N.B. E3B 4N3 (506)327-6723 Dear Editor, When the Trudeau government introduced it's official bilingualism policy in the late 1960's the wording "where numbers […more]
  • A Proposed Study Into the Cost of Official Bilingualism

    Fraser Institute proposes a study into the cost of Official Bilingualism... […more]
  • Quebec actively interfering in the affairs of other provinces

    Article as published in the "Dialogue Magazine" Vol 21, No.2 Aug/Sept 2007 Views expressed by individuals in these letters are not necessarily the views of the Anglo Society of New Brunswick Goodbye, so long, auf wiedersehen, goodbye by Michael Neilly (email: fifth_columnist@magma.ca) This will probably be my last Dialogue magazine column on Quebec. For one […more]
  • More and More Signage in French First or French Only

    As published in the Daily Gleaner Views expressed by individuals in these letters are not necessarily the views of the Anglo Society of New Brunswick 70 Hill Street Minto N.B. E4B 3N3 Dear Editor, Due to what has been happening in this province, could it be that New Brunswick has become a part of Quebec […more]
  • Thank You For Supporting the Cause

    We would like to express our sincere thanks... […more]
  • Winner of the latest $500 Cash Draw

    Congratulations goes to.... […more]
  • Matthew’s Unbelieveable Experience at the N.B. Senior Federation

    This is what happened when Matt questioned why this conference was being conducted mostly in French... […more]
  • Matthew Glenn elected President

    An extremely successful Annual General Meeting of the Anglo Society of New Brunswick was held on Saturday, April 29, 2006. The executive and members of the Society are thrilled to announce that Matthew Glenn was elected President... […more]
  • Reader reports what she calls reverse discrimination

    As published in the Daily Gleaner Friday, April 21, 2006 […more]
  • There are also Issues on the English Side of Equation

    As published in the Daily Gleaner February 9, 2006 Views expressed by individuals in these letters are not necessarily the views of the Anglo Society of New Brunswick by Matthew Glenn In a recent article, entitled "Watchdog: Improve Bilingual Services," Language Commissioner Michel Carrier stated that systemic issues must be addressed before "true equality" can […more]
  • DEMAND satisfactory service in English…

    Do you find it increasingly difficult to get satisfactory services from our government in the English Language? Don't be shy. Demand satisfactory service... […more]

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