CAMP SCHOOL WORK
Work is underway for the new Angolophone K to Eight school in Campbellton on
the Rotary field, which the city gave to the province to keep the school in
the city, according to the Tribune.
The work also requires the movement of an existing water pipe, which will be
done by LCL Excavation for just over 300-thousand-dollars.
In 20-20, the new school will replace the Campbellton Middle School, along
with the Tide Head and the Lord Beaverbrook schools.
Gunfire erupted inside the Walmart in Miramichi late Wednesday afternoon, and
the suspect is dead.
Nobody else was hurt.
The 26 year old man took off in a vehicle and was chased by police on highway
11 until he was stopped with the help of an RCMP spike belt near Richibucto.
Officers then heard a gunshot inside the vehicle. The driver was removed with
serious injuries and later died in hopsital.
A 41-year-old woman who was a passenger, is under arrest.
*CAMP FOOD DRIVE
95 CKNB, the Campbellton Tigers, and the Atlantic Superstore will host the
Human Link Food Drive to support Family Violence Prevention Month on
Wednesday, November 7th, starting at ten in the morning at the Lord
Beaverbrook School in Campbellton.
If it rains, it will be held on November 8th.
If you can’t make it, non-perishable food items can be dropped off at the
front entrance of the LBS up to November 6th.
New Brunswick’s Liberal minority government is on the verge of defeat today.
This, after the Tories and the Peoples’s Alliance say they’ll vote against
the throne speech.
That would leave Premier Brian Gallant’s Liberals without enough support to
survive the confidence vote.
The Liberals won just 21 seats in the September election, one fewer than the
Tories, while the Greens and People’s Alliance each won three seats.
Radon is a naturally occurring and cancer-causing radioactive gas found in
Long-term exposure can lead to lung cancer.
According to Health Canada, over 1 million Canadian homes have high radon
levels, but only 6 per cent of Canadians have had their home tested for
Radon levels in Canada are the highest in New Brunswick, Manitoba, and