please feel free to add resources and develop this page, especially to enter references found in other articles that are credible. Specifically New Brunswick resources are boldfaced below.
- 1 Current events
- 1.1 Media
- 1.2 Democracy
- 1.3 Protest methods (nonviolent tactics)
- 1.4 Personalities
- 1.5 Blogs
- 1.6 Wikis
- 1.7 Social networks
- 1.8 Local businesses and co-ops
- 1.9 New Brunswick history, reference, social services
- 1.10 Government
- 1.11 Elections
- 1.12 NB Power research - commentaries - blogs from outside NB
- 1.13 Environment
- 1.14 Energy generation and transmission
- 1.15 Energy conservation and distribution
- 1.16 Political parties & independent politicians
- 1.17 Universities and Colleges
The current protests on hydraulic fracturing in NB are generating too many resources and references to reliably track. Some critical background:
- News articles on the RCMP attack on fracking protest, 17 Oct 2013 
- Background on events leading up to the attack:
- injunction documents: SWN submissions to the court 3 Oct 2013 court documents
- SWN forced to pay damages and leave New Brunswick Mi'gmag historic directive media release 2013
- Signigtog Mi'kmaq reclaim stewardship of native lands Media Release, Mi'kmaq Treaty Day, October 1, 2013 with Briefing Notes for Chief Aaren Sock re: BCR - Reclaiming Stewardship of Native lands - [Talk:Signigtog Mi'kmaq reclaim stewardship of native lands]
- media release SWN Forced to Pay Damages and leave New Brunswick Signigtog Migmag Issue Historic Directive to Fracking Co collective right of the people of Signigtog August 2013
- swn-issued-notice-of-eviction-by-geptin-mikmaq-grand-council-signigtog-district Signigtog Mi'kmaq assert legal authority to evict developers July 2013
- Community Statement Against Fracking In our Ecosystem - UpRiver Environment Watch community support of authority of Original people of Signigtog April 2012
- NBEN Letter of Support of Notice to evict SWN Resources Canada from Signigtog Territory collective letter from New Brunswick alliance against shale gas development April 2012
- Background on events leading up to the attack:
- NB Media Coop
-  & CBC New Brunswick
- The Concordian - College Media Network
- Straight Goods
- PR Watch From the Center for Media and Democracy, investigative reporting on the practices of public-relations and public affairs industry.
- Communications New Brunswick media lists mainstream media
- Democracy for NB Coalition of New Brunswickers
- Democracy Watch Canada's leading citizen group advocating democratic reform, government accountability and corporate responsibility
- Save NB Power Democracy New Brunswick has spun from citizen alliances created during a controversial failed deal to negotiate control of NB Power public assets
- Canadian Civil Liberties Association Provides research, public education and advocacy to defend and ensure the protection and full exercise of human rights and civil liberties.
- Open Parliament: Keep tabs on Parliament type in your postal code or MP's name to get information on how representatives are voting, what they're saying, what laws they're proposing, quotes in the media, etc. Poke around.
- Corporate Watch Well established and creditable resource for holding corporations accountable.
- Democracy 4 Dummies- distributed in Canada by the National Film Board. "demonstrates that not only can anyone be a politician, but anyone can be a filmmaker and contribute to social dialogue, empowering students and giving them skills for the entertainment workforce... Won "Funniest Documentary" at the 2008 5th Annual Montreal "Infringement Festival" celebrating grassroots power."
- Eggheads unite, or, Democracy for Dummies from the Farm School: Family, books, food, organic farming, classical home education, books, gardening, journeys, music, books, thoughts, movies, and books.
- Tobique Last Nation - opposes AFN and its collusion at the local reserve community level to implement the policies of the federal government
Protest methods (nonviolent tactics)
At least 200 separately documented methods of nonviolent protest are well known.
Methods of psychological, physical, social, economic and political intervention are also listed. For instance, establishing new social patterns, guerilla theatre, alternative markets , alternative transportation systems, alternative economic institutions, outing secret agents, and so on, have been documented for decades. 
The most common net intervention is trolling, a form of psychological warfare from which the opponent can withdraw without losing access to any physical asset whatsoever - making it relatively easy to win conflicts by default. But given the nature of the Internet there are usually too many to answer, making it an attrition and resource war, which powerful forces will very often win with paid trolls, e.g. Wikipedia paid editors.
Another common intervention, hacktivism is information warfare using such methods as malware and DDoS, can be employed by increasing numbers of people but only those with a basic level of technological skill. This means it is by definition a technocratic move and one that cannot attract mass public support over time.
As social media mature other methods are evolving such as strict enforcement of end user license agreements and social media service agreements which usually forbid racist or cultural attacks, repeating false statements already proven false, and dogging specific users to comment on everything they say. These methods are available to the general public.
For instance, one form of protest is flagging every abusive comment that appears on for instance Sun News Network or other enemy media.
- Marshall Button - LUCIEN - New Brunswick's Blue-Collar Philosopher
- Acadie Man
-   Joseph Mike Augustine
- Famous New Brunswickers
- New Brunswick Hall of Fame
- Saint John NB online diary - rumours, news, government, weather & emergency links
- NB Public Interest Research Group NB-PIRG
- Charles Leblanc's Other Blog
- Roy MacMullin « Realpolitik / Energy Matters
- Mighty Grand Falls Online Community
- Fredericton Peace Coalition
- Fundy Tides
- Nuclear Free NB
- Stop Atlantica
- All Things New: On Civil Disobedience Now (essay)
- NB Power MemoranDUM of Understanding
- Democracy New Brunswick (formerly Save NB Power)
- Daily Gleanerisms (The Daily Gleaner is an NB newspaper)
- NB Referata Wiki <-- you are here, it's this wiki
- NB Web Talk - Free Newfoundland and Labrador
- WikiLeaks - an uncensorable version of Wikipedia, provides anonymity for for untraceable mass document leaking and analysis.
- Wikipedia open source encyclopedic reference tool
- Dkosopedia - world's best example of a partisan political party wiki, for the community
- Policy wiki (Globe and Mail) - best journalistic wiki in Canada since openpolitics.ca was was intimidated and SLAPP-suited into silence on major issues
- Sourcewatch.org - one-stop shopping for background on PR and spin efforts, including controversial phrases and distortions of history - new contributions are always invited
- Wikitravel.org - a terrific example of a focused single purpose open wiki with good page conventions (for instance naming subsections of pages 'eat', 'sleep' etc. with verbs saying what you want to do)
- ca.openingpolitics.org - a small UK-based effort to compile all issues in the English speaking world focused especially on oppressed (including SLAPP-happy) nations
Local businesses and co-ops
- Statemaster - Encyclopedia: New Brunswick <-- needs updating
- Wikipedia - New Brunswick <-- needs updating
- New Brunswick Drug and Alcohol rehab - Treatment - Addiction
- Canadian Social Research - New Brunswick
- CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Sisters of Charity (St. John, New Brunswick)
- Encyclopedia of Canadian Provinces: New Brunswick
- 'Welcome to New Brunswick (Tourism site)
- Official site of the Government of New Brunswick
- NB Government Directory contact information about elected and appointed officials, employees and organizations of the New Brunswick Government
- NB Royal Gazette reports from the legislature - lots of information concerning government doings, like appointments to boards and commissions, Orders in Council.
- Government of Canada Contact Information Directory
- Federal Cabinet Ministers Contact Info
- Wikipedia-New Brunswick general election 2010 <-- needs updating
- Election Almanac - New Brunswick Provincial Election 2010
- NB Provincial Elections History
NB Power research - commentaries - blogs from outside NB
- Craig Leonard "The (non) Repayment of Debt"
- Conservation Council of New Brunswick
- New Brunswick Environmental Network
-  Pays de Cocagne Sustainable Development Group Inc.
- International Institute of Concern for Public Health (IICPH)
- Save Passamaquoddy Bay 3-Nation Alliance An Alliance to Protect the Quoddy Region from LNG Development
- We Take Care of Our Land
Energy generation and transmission
-  [The New Brunswick System Operator (NBSO)] "came into existence on October 1, 2004 with the proclamation of the 
[Electricity Act (NB)]. NBSO is a not-for-profit independent corporation whose primary responsibilities are to ensure the reliability of the electrical system and to facilitate the development and operation of a competitive electricity market in New Brunswick. The NBSO oversees transmission system reliability, access to and use of the transmission grid (the high voltage wires); administers the Open Access Transmission Tariff (OATT) and the Market Rules.
Energy conservation and distribution
- St. Arnaud 'green broadband'
- Apple smart outlets
- Intel home control
- IBM BPL
- (Washington Island, WI, YouTube video explaining why 900MHz Motorola Canopy didn't work there)
- (policywiki.theglobeandmail.com BPL proposal for Canadian federal budget, 2009)
- (analysis of deployment and maintenance costs and risks for wireless versus wired technologies)
- Cullman CEO Grady Smith explaining why BPL is the only long term hope for this market
- IBM+IBEC offer BPL to 200,000 Americans
- Cullman Electric Co-Operative, Alabama, BPL signup
- IBEC services, used by Cullman, emphasizing voice over IP (VoIP), video surveillance, security and privacy intensive services
- FCC approval press release describing the regulatory view of the technology
- IBEC claims of advantages
Political parties & independent politicians
- Peoples Alliance of New Brunswick
-  Green Party of New Brunswick
-  New Democratic Party Fundy Royal-New Brunswick
- New Brunswick Liberal Association
- New Brunswick Conservative Party
- Democratic Revolution
- Edward Hoyt Independent Fundy-River Valley
Universities and Colleges
- University of New Brunswick UNB
- St. Thomas University STU
- University of Moncton UdeM
- Mount Allison University MtA
- New Brunswick Community College NBCC
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