Ella Henry

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N.B. can learn from Quebec student strike

Quebec has traditionally had the lowest tuition fees in the country and a history of student strikes is, in large part, responsible for those...

Unions still matter

The last year has been full of strikes and lockouts - postal workers, Acadian Lines workers, various unions at Air Canada, transit workers in...

Cutting services benefits few, hurts many in N.B.

There is no budget crisis. Or, to be more precise, there is no spending problem. We don’t need massive budget cuts. The provincial budget woes are...

NDP leadership candidates aren’t all the same

It’s no secret that I’m pretty far to the left when it comes to politics. I support increasing taxes on corporations and the rich...

Make university accessible to all

This past week hasn’t been good for students across the country. Tuition fees are going up in Nova Scotia while university budgets are being cut. The...

Less-lethal weapons are still weapons

Last week, students at the University of California Davis participating in an Occupy UC Davis protest were pepper sprayed in the face by a...
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Commentary: ‘The invisible minority’ — Navigating university from the foster care system

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