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Major documents we're working on - these documents are not 'officially published'(1) yet but are visible for you to improve - include:


SWN SLAPP SUIT AGAINST ANTI NEW BRUNSWICK FRACKING PROTESTERS


SWN INJUNCTION AGAINST NEW BRUNSWICK ANTI FRACKING PROTEST


SIGNIGTOG DISTRICT MI'KMAQ AUTHORITY TO STOP SHALE GAS EXPOLRATION AND EXTRACTION FROM THEIR TRADITIONAL TERRITORY

  • Signigtog Mi'kmaq reclaim stewardship of native lands
      • Media Release, Mi'kmaq Treaty Day, October 1, 2013 with Briefing Notes for elected Chief Aaren Sock re: BCR - Reclaiming Stewardship of Native lands - [Talk:Signigtog Mi'kmaq reclaim stewardship of native lands]


NB REFERATA WIKI RESOURCES & LINKS


ELECTORAL REFORM IN NEW BRUNSWICK


ENERGY PAGES






(1) The BC Court of Appeal has ruled that publication in a forum where few users participate does not constitute publication for purposes of defamation law. This decision is under appeal to the Supreme Court of Canada (Crookes v. Newton) but is not expected by change. In the United Kingdom, where the common law of libel originated, a test of substantial publication applies before a liability can be found. Accordingly, the materials in this wiki are 'not published' unless and until verified and marked as such by the publishers. While the publishers will protect the full extent of the law and journalist custom, anonymous sources that contribute material without attribution it must have genuine public interest value. No personal or commercial derogations are encouraged and will be removed without notice. Comments about conflict of interest of public officials or relatives do have public interest value, as long as the issues are genuine, e.g. are widely reported.