CKNB NEWS UPDATE THURSDAY JULY 11 2019
CAM – JAM THE VAN
The Restigouche County SPCA is looking to jam a van full of shelter supplies.
On Saturday July 27th, the group will have a van parked outside Scott’s
Independent Grocer in Dalhousie accepting donations.
PCA spokesperson Melinda Renner tells the Tribune they hope people will see
the van and buy something in the store or make a monetary donation.
Items the shelters is looking for include animal food, paper products,
cleaning products, or toys and treats.
Renner says without the donations from the community the SPCA wouldn’t be
able to help nearly as many animals as they do.
CAM DAL WATER
Dalhousie council has awarded the nearly 2.4 million dollar contract to
upgrade its wastewater treatment plant. The Tribune reports the contract was
awarded earlier this week to the lowest tendered bid from Charlo’s DEsign
Build Mechanical Inc. Improvement to the plant on Baybreeze Drive include new
screening and a new UV disinfection building. Work on the upgrades is
expected to begin in the coming days.
CAM DAL UNSIGHTLIES
The Town of Dalhousie is taking action against dangerous and unsightly
premises. The Tribune reports town council held an emergency meeting on
Monday to deal with a dangerous abandoned home on George Street. Council then
authorized Gille LEgacy to demolish the house as soon as possible. MAyro
Normand Pelletier says anyone with unsightly properties can expect a call
from the town and order to fix it up. If property owners fail to address
those issues, the town says it will make the necessary fixes and bill the
CAM – BOUSHIE SCREENING
An award winning documentary… We Will Stand Up will be airing in
The winner of the best Canadian documentary at the Hot Docs Film Festival
tells the story of Colten Boushie and the subsequent trial surrounding his
The incident in August of 2016 saw the young cree man shot after entering
Gerald Stanley’s rural property with his friends. Stanley was cleared of all
charges garnering international attention.
Screenings will run from July 12th to July 17th at the North Shore Cinema in
A psychiatric evaluation on a teen who attacked a nurse at the Dr. Georges L.
Dumont Hospital last month was presented in court yesterday. It said the 15
year old boy does not suffer from any mental disorder which would make him
not criminally responsible for the attack.
The Times and Transcript reports some documents were not available so the
judge delayed a decision on releasing the teen until at least tomorrow.
A 34 year old nurse at the hospital was cut by a piece of glass June
10th…but is recovering.