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N.B. circuit breaker complicates students Thanksgiving weekends

A 14-day circuit breaker was implemented in certain areas of New Brunswick by the provincial government on Oct. 8. Fourth-year St. Thomas University student Kaleigh...

Commentary: Moving home isn’t an option for every student

Finding student housing is a constant cycle of disappointment. I knew landlords were charging too much for rent when I saw this three-bedroom house for...

P.E.I. and N.B. Green Party leaders call for collaboration from Atlantic premiers

The Green Party caucuses in Prince Edward Island and New Brunswick called for the premiers of the Atlantic provinces to focus on renewable energy...

Frederictonians on the world stage: from Broadway to the Tokyo Paralympics – Top of the Hill Weekly

Frederictonians Tony LePage and Danielle DuPlessis are both stars in their respective fields. LePage stars in the new...

Weekly Briefs: Sept. 26 – Oct. 3

STUSU 2021 Fall By-Election The St. Thomas University Students' Union By-Election campaign period starts Oct. 4 at 12 a.m. and will close on Oct. 6...

‘A bit isolating’: STU international students on the return to campus

St. Thomas University’s international students are facing difficulties with getting to campus due to COVID-19-related delays with their student visas. But for some students, like...

Commentary: Chronically ill and unsupported

It’s expensive to be chronically ill. In a country where we have “universal healthcare,” I don’t think able-bodied people realize how pricey a chronic illness...

‘It’s not enough’: Students react to return of mask mandate

Around two months after lifting all COVID-19 restrictions, New Brunswick officially reinstated the provincial mask mandate. Last Monday, Premier Blaine Higgs and Chief Medical Officer...

‘Years of denial’: Fredericton community calls for climate action at rally

A group of around 160 people gathered at the New Brunswick Legislative Assembly downtown on Friday to spread awareness about the climate emergency and...

Local businesses affected differently by vaccine passports

The New Brunswick provincial government now requires customers to show proof of vaccination at restaurants, pubs, gyms and other indoor non-essential services as of...

Federal Election 2021 – Top of the Hill Weekly

Results from the federal election in the riding of Fredericton were confirmed on Wednesday afternoon. The Aquinian was...

Jenica Atwin wins back Fredericton seat, Liberal minority confirmed

The Fredericton riding was called with Liberal Member of Parliament Jenica Atwin defeating Conservative candidate Andrea Johnson by 502 votes. The results for the...
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Senate Briefs – Nov. 25

Note: The president’s report remains in-camera, meaning in private, as per Senate’s Feb. 11, 2021 decision. Because of this, The Aquinian is unable to cover...

10 out of 11 CUPE locals accept deal from N.B. government

Ten out of 11 New Brunswick locals from the Canadian Union of Public Employees, including Local 963, which represents workers from the New Brunswick...

‘The biggest issue of our generation’: Divest STU solidarity rally

A group of around 40 students gathered in front of George Martin Hall on St. Thomas University’s campus on Friday to raise awareness for...

STU hosts annual endowed chair in criminology and criminal justice symposium

Please note: This story was updated on Nov. 23 to more accurately represent the information provided in Allyson Lunny's keynote. St. Thomas University's annual endowed...