CKNB NEWS UPDATE FRIDAY DECEMBER 7 2018
*CAMP SANTA STUFF RF/
Santa arrives in Campbellton tomorrow afternoon (Saturday) at one, with a
running race on the waterfront.
Events will also happen at the Campbellton Centennial Library, the civic
centre, along with free swimming at the Centennial Pool.
The Santa Claus parade is on Sunday afternoon at 5-30.
For more, go the the city of Campellton Facebook page.
*CAMP CHRISTMAS TREE LIGHTING RF/CKNB
Over 110 Christmas trees were lit up in front of the Chaleur Regional
Hospital, and other local area health care places, in the Northern Star
People who donated 200 dollars dedicated a Christmas tree in the name of a
person or group of their choice.
That cash will be used to support hospital operations, and to buy equipment.
FRANCOPHONIE GAMES COSTS EXPECTED TO SKYROCKET RF/CBC
Two years ago, the Moncton-Dieppe area won the bid to host the 2021
Francophonie Games on a budget of 17 million.
However, that could now cost taxpayers 7 times more than expected.
The request for overall funding by the Games’ organizing committee is for
Moncton and Dieppe were supposed to each kick in $750,000, with the rest of
the money split evenly between the federal and provincial governments.
The Higgs government said it was shocked to find out the price tag when it
PERSON OF INTERST GG/RCMP
RCMP are looking for a Moncton woman in connection with the investigation
into the murder of Candice Kennedy-Faguy.
Police describe 43-year-old Amanda McFarlane as a person of interest and say
they’ve been unable to locate her. It’s believed McFarlane is still in the
Moncton area. She’s described as 5’2″. 120 pounds, with brown hair and brown
eyes. Her photo is available on the RCMP News Website.
Police have not said how McFarlane is connected to Kennedy-Faguy’s murder
investigation. The 35-year-old was found dead in vehicle on West Lane in
September. 44-year-old Claude Blanchard has already been charged with
first-degree murder in her death.
*YELLOW VEST PROTESTS COMING TO CANADA RF
The “yellow vest” protests against carbon tax schemes and U.N. decrees are
coming to Canada.
Earlier, hundreds of thousands of French citizens wearing yellow vests made
president Emmanuel Macron back down on his proposed carbon fuel tax regarding
so-called greenhouse gases, and also protested against the proposed U.N.
Critics of the U.N. proposal, which Liberal Prime Minister Justin Trudeau
intends to sign, contend that it will give away Canada’s sovereign right to
control the border regarding illegal migrants.
A CTV poll says 88 per cent of Canadians are against signing that U.N. policy.
So far, 20 countries, lead by the U.S., say they will not sign that pact.
Rallies are planned for tomorrow (Sat) on Parliament Hill, Toronto, Hamilton,
Calgary, Edmonton, and Vancouver.
*ONT CHILD ABUSE SUSPECTS RF/TORSUN
Ontario Provincial Police say an investigation has led to 551 charges against
That’s just for November alone.
The charges range from sexual assault, sexual interference, child
pornography, voyeurism, and child-luring.
A number of the suspects are current and retired teachers, paramedics,
members of the military, and others who are active in local communities.
Some of the victims are as young as three years old.