Shannon Nickerson

22 POSTS0 COMMENTS

Cab rides often awkward and uncomfortable, say students

During her first year at St. Thomas University, Olivia Ishimwe worked night shifts at a Sobeys on Fredericton’s northside. Ishimwe lived in Harrington at...

General strike shakes India

Bright red flags will catch the attention of anyone searching for information on the country-wide general strike sweeping India. About 150-million people are participating...

Journalist launches book about Energy East pipeline

Journalist and author Jacques Poitras launched his fifth book Pipe Dreams: The Fight for Canada's Energy Future on Sept. 27 at St. Thomas University. The book shares...

Flashback fashion made possible through thrifting

Through the surges of trendy young adults, stylish clothes of decades past return with a vengeance. The '90s are back, with trendy mom jeans...
- Advertisment -

Most Read

‘It’s a way of life’: How Indigenous artists express their love of culture

L’nu artist and educator Rebecca Labillois started basket weaving back in the early ‘80s as a child, while her mother, Margaret, ran a weaving...

The silence of Queen Elizabeth on Canada’s Indigenous history

Theo Saulis remembers looking up at the remains of Shingwauk Indian Residential School, located in Sault Ste. Marie, Ont., during a visit to the...

‘Literal war’: Memorial raises awareness about situation in Iran

Fredericton’s Iranian community held a memorial at Fredericton City Hall Friday, calling for the ceasing of violence in Iran. The ceremony was held in honour...

Canada Summer Games: More than a tournament

The 2022 Canada Summer Games, held in Niagara, Ont., saw the celebration of athletic excellence from across the country. There were familiar faces at...