• Public Information Session – Salisbury, NB

    With Special Guests who will lead an Informative discussion on what the Anglophone community is currently facing in NB. […more]
  • Public Information Session – Saint John, NB

    Special Guest: Millie Forrest, Canadian Taxpayers Federation […more]
  • Miramichi Meeting Update

    Just got back from Miramichi, and my head is still spinning from a very busy, informative, and productive day - but I will try to give you all a quick summary. Janice will also be preparing the minutes from out meeting, and we will have some updates for you in that area within the next […more]
  • Anglophone rights group wants proportionate funding

    A new advocacy group for the English language in New Brunswick held its first meeting in Sussex Thursday night.
  • Francophone teachers association sues government

    The Association of Francophone Teachers of New Brunswick, which represents 3,000 public school teachers, is taking the provincial government to court over what it sees as grossly insufficient funding for French schools. "We're not asking for icing on the cake, we're asking for the full meal deal. We're asking for equality," said Lucie Martin, vice […more]
  • “Why isn’t my French good enough for jobs”

    The Editor, In response to an April 11th letter to the editor entitled “Why isn’t my French good enough for jobs” by author Katelyn Myra. It is extremely encouraging to witness a young citizen standing up for her rights. For several decades our governments, both Federal and Provincial have been promoting French immersion for English […more]
  • Segregation in New Brunswick

    To the Editor..... In December 1955 in Montgomery Alabama, Rosa Parks a middle aged African American woman defied segregationist policies and refused to go to the back of the bus and give up her seat to a white passenger. Her defiance was the start of a cataclysmic change of events that has forever changed race […more]
  • Notwithstanding Clause

    Due to an ever increasing number of New Brunswickers futures being affected by legislated bilingualism it has once again become a serious topic of discussion. Since many have learned that it is useless to rely on their elected representatives for information or action, they have turned to Facebook and other electronic media to express their […more]
  • Thank-you Mayor Woodside!

    Thank you, Mayor Brad Woodside for having the backbone to ask the question that our elected representatives continually hide from.  Whenever they dare to raise the subject they are severely reprimanded. When was FREE SPEECH removed from our Charter of Rights and Freedoms? In a democracy our MLAs should have the right to introduce and […more]
  • “Village Historique Acadien” gets $300,000.00 Increase In Funding

    While English historic sites are all but ignored the french get more and more of our hard earned money to promote their causes... […more]
  • Quebecer Complains About “Lack of French Signage in New Brunswick”

    In response to an October 2nd letter to the editor published in the Daily Gleaner and the Telegraph Journal entitled "No Respect for Paying Customers" penned by Paul Arsenault of Quebec... […more]
  • L’Acadie Nouvelle reports “ACADIANS IN POWER”

    Alarmingly the governing Liberals now have 16 francophone MLAs and 10 Anglophone... […more]

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