Get Connected Fredericton
Media is important to keeping connected to your community. Fredericton has a variety of media outlets that help the community stay current. Here are a few:
The Daily Gleaner
The Daily Gleaner is a morning daily newspaper serving the city of Fredericton, New Brunswick, and the upper Saint John River Valley. The paper is published Monday through Saturday and began operating in 1880. In April 2006, the paper switched from afternoon to morning publication.
CHSR FM Radio
CHSR is a volunteer owned and operated station. They broadcast on 97.9 FM from a transmitter located on top of a building at the University of New Brunswick. Their studios are located at the Student Union Building which is part of UNB and shared with St Thomas University.
Grid City Magazine
Grid City Magazine began as a way to lend a much needed voice to the city’s vibrant arts and culture communities. There is so much happening in Fredericton and the surrounding area and unfortunately, so few people get an opportunity to learn about what’s going on. Whether it’s music, theatre, visual arts or community activities, Grid City Magazine’s goal is to help keep you informed.
95.7 The Wolf is bringing ‘Rock ‘n’ Blues’ to the airwaves of Fredericton and surrounding area featuring the best of the blues and blues rock. Licensed as an Aboriginal station, The Wolf services the areas of Kingsclear, Oromocto and St. Marys and soon will be repeating in Woodstock with more repeater stations being planned.
The Fox on 105.3 is Fredericton’s radio station to play rock hits.
The Brunswickan is an autonomous student newspaper located at the University of New Brunswick in Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada. They are Canada’s oldest official student publication; they have been publishing since 1867. It is the paper’s ultimate goal to publish entertaining, informative material relevant to the student body and have fun doing it.
The Aquinian, St. Thomas University’s independent newspaper is a student owned and operated publication. The Aquinian aims to foster a sense of community at STU by developing and promoting dialogue.
The NB Media Co-op
The NB Media Co-op was formed in 2009 following a successful New Brunswick Social Forum in 2008 in Fredericton where 200 people rooted in a variety of social movements gathered under the hopeful banner, Another New Brunswick and World are Possible.
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