Monthly Archives: January 2022

Author calls for a freer press amid concerns over reported cost cuts at Irving papers

The author of a new book on the concentration of media ownership in New Brunswick is calling on the federal government to support a free press here before it’s too late. “The feds have been looking at this problem for … Continue reading

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New maps show Sackville faces worsening flood risks

The New Brunswick government released maps today confirming that large parts of downtown Sackville are at severe risk of flooding. The provincial maps show that, unless action is taken, the effects of climate change will increase the threat between now … Continue reading

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Rotary panel ponders local news drought and Irving media empire

Concerns about the disappearance of local news and the dominance of the Irving media empire bubbled up Monday when the Sussex Rotary Club held an online panel discussion entitled: “New Brunswick, News Deserts and Democracy.” “Our aim in this conversation … Continue reading

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