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Where is New Brunswick’s Mayor Pete?


I don’t know Mayor Pete, but I’m starting to really like him. Seems a lot of other folks are, too, and not just those in his hometown of South Bend, Indiana, where he’s wrapping up…

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Young people put action at forefront of Remembrance Day


It’s that time of year again, when people I respect begin squabbling over whether or not it’s too early to be decking the halls and making merry. In theory, I agree; early November is too…

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She Said: Let Them Vote


Lowering the voting age to 16 is the way we show our youth that we care about them, that we value them, and that we respect the role they play in our community. That sense of empowerment could change the way a generation sees this province – and not just within our borders. If New Brunswick becomes the first in Canada to take this stand, and talks about it in this way (please, don’t mention drivers’ licences), we could shine a national and even international spotlight on ourselves as a leader in respecting youth.

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