TGB: From Knowledge to Action

From Knowledge to Action: MSc. Candidate Navigates Flood Risk and Resilience in Sackville-Based Thesis The Green Backpack: Sustainability In Our Community by Trevor Donald Just as Sackville and several New Brunswick communities were cleaning up a day after their homes and businesses were flooded, Master of Science candidate, Emily Phillips fittingly used the flooding event … Continue reading TGB: From Knowledge to Action

TGB: Putting A Face On Climate Change

 Putting a Face on Climate Change this Earth Day The Green Backpack: Sustainability in Our Community by Trevor Donald Writing about the environment is difficult. Never mind the incredible amount of work each story requires from interviewing to meticulously choosing the words you will use to describe a tough subject. That’s the fun part. It’s … Continue reading TGB: Putting A Face On Climate Change

Flood Risk, Climate Change at the Forefront of Bilingual Theatre Troupe’s New Show

Flood Risk, Climate Change at the Forefront of Bilingual Theatre Troupe's New Show Tintamarre, Mount Allison University's bilingual theatre troupe, recently staged their activist collaborative comedy VILLAGES on the Windsor Theatre Out of the Box stage. Throughout the play's creation, community concerns in the Tantramar area were at the forefront of discussions. "The play really … Continue reading Flood Risk, Climate Change at the Forefront of Bilingual Theatre Troupe’s New Show

Filipinos Remain Resilient, But Do They Have a Choice?

In the Aftermath of Typhoon Yolanda (International Name Haiyan) Filipinos Remain Resilient, But Do They Have a Choice? By: Trevor Donald Last Saturday morning, many from Canada’s Filipino community turned on the TV to learn that Super Typhoon Yolanda (known internationally as Typhoon Haiyan) struck their country leaving areas in mud and ruin. They have … Continue reading Filipinos Remain Resilient, But Do They Have a Choice?