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Fracking: Who Benefits? Three Community Events

Most of us had never heard about fracking until the Province of NB leased 2.5 million acres for oil and gas exploration and development several years ago, much of it in SE NB. Lacking information on the risks involved, individuals/groups began their own research, which generated great public concern. It …

Cultivating Hope for Rural Communities

Gregory Heming believes that rural communities in New Brunswick are perfectly positioned to cultivate a new economy, one that thrives by creating local business to meet local need. He will be visiting five New Brunswick communities between April 26 and 30, starting conversations intended to encourage communities to begin a …

The Great Resource Giveaway

Why is New Brunswick so poor? Have you ever wondered…  how such a ‘resource rich’ province became a debt-ridden province? why New Brunswickers and private …

Voice of the People Tour

The New Brunswick Anti-Shale Gas Alliance (NBASGA) is part of a coalition of community groups and labour unions forming the largest concerted …

We need a change of heart

“It is a change of heart that’s needed, a change of direction, an understanding in the bone that we must stop the …

This land is my land…or is it?

Last week in Hillsborough, Dave Core, founding president of CAEPLA, Canadian Association of Energy and Pipeline Landowners Associations to spoke to a …

Fracking fun…

WEPAC wishes to congratulate the organizers and volunteers of the Albert County Exhibition, being held Sept 12-15, 2013 for reaching this monumental …

Grassroots Guardians

Why Protecting New Brunswick from Shale Gas Development is Everyone’s Responsibility Last month, Council of Canadians National Chairperson, Maude Barlow spoke to …