Ian Leblanc

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Stories of the able-bodied disabled

Some people feel their body isn’t how it’s supposed to be and, though not disabled, will ride around in a wheelchair. Some will go...

Does Black Friday keep eyes on Canadian prize?

With Black Friday having come and gone, the question remains whether or not it’s enough to keep shoppers in New Brunswick, one involving more...

Music lessons for kids in need

Some children in Fredericton want to immerse themselves in the arts but can’t because their family can’t afford to enroll them in programs. Isaac’s...

Talking consent and sexual assault

In Jenn Gorham's story, she's at a bar. She glances across the room in time to see Norman Reedus walk in. She reminds the...

Flu shot: to do or not to do

A flu shot clinic will be coming to the J.B O’Keefe Fitness Centre on Nov. 6, but not everyone thinks it’s worth it. “Flu shots...

Shoes show local artist’s fandom

With her bat mask, bracers, and utility belt on, Nichole Saunders, also known as Batwoman, was ready for the East Coast Comic Expo in...
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