Alexandre Silberman

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Apartment hunting in Fredericton: Key tips for the first-time renter

It took Nick Decarie less than 24 hours to discover his new roommate was a cocaine addict. The fourth-year St. Thomas University student had just...

Graduate appointed deputy leader of N.B. Green Party

St. Thomas University graduate Denis Boulet has been appointed deputy leader of the Green Party of New Brunswick. The labour and environmental activist will work...

The cost of being part-time

Assistant professor Mike Fleming teaches four to five courses per semester, spending an estimated 15 to 20 hours per week grading assignments — and...

Journalist in legal trouble from Muskrat Falls protests shares story

Justin Brake recalled the moment when the gate broke open. Protesters demonstrating in central Labrador against the Muskrat Falls hydroelectric project passed through and marched...

Bringing a bridge to life: An artist’s challenge

The walls of April Paul’s home show her eagerness for turning any surface into a work of art. Blank wall space is a rarity. Her...

Guantanamo detainee’s lawyer speaks of ‘danger from within’

Lawyer Dennis Edney recalled his first time meeting a young Omar Khadr in a concrete, windowless and freezing cold cell at the Guantanamo Bay...
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