November 6, 2019 | by: markfirth

CKNB NEWS UPDATE WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 6 2019

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CAM – CURBSIDE RECYCLING UPD
Curbside recycling is moving forward in Campbellton with an expected start
date during the week of January 6th.

According to the Tribune… Campbellton’s Finance and Administration
Committee was told on Monday the individual blue-bins should arrive in the
next six or seven weeks.

Once the wheelie bins are handed out to residents the large bins on Matheson
and Arran Streets will be removed and sent back to RRSC.

Campbellton has been one of the lone holdouts in the region for curbside
recycling which has shown in other areas to decrease waste going to
landfills.

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CAM – MISSING MAN
The Northeast District RCMP is asking for the public’s help in locating a
missing 55-year-old man from Campbellton.

Joseph Earl Beaton was last seen around 5 p.m. on Lebel Court in Campbellton
on Monday.

Police have followed up on several leads to try and locate him, but have so
far been unsuccessful.

Joseph Earl Beaton is described as being five feet nine inches tall and 180
pounds. He has black and grey hair and blue eyes. He was last seen wearing a
dark-blue jacket, jeans and black running shoes.

Anyone with information is asked to contact RCMP.

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CAM – LISTUGUJ SEARCH

Listuguj Police have renewed the search for Maxime Landry who was last seen
September 19th in Point-a-la-Croix.

In a release police say the search in conjunction with the Rangers, Fire
Department and Quebec Provincial Police is taking place in the area.

Past efforts to locate Landry have included both ground and air searches.

Landry is 28-years-old and described as five-foot-five, 154-pounds with brown
hair and eyes and would likely be travelling on foot.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Listuguj Police or Campbellton
RCMP.

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CAM – OFFICER OF THE YEAR

A Campbellton based public safety officer has been named the New Brunswick
Wildlife Officer of the Year by the Shikar-Safari Club.

Inspection and Enforcement Officer Sgt. Roger Selesse received the award
earlier this month.

A statement from the group says Selesse has worked for three decades in
nature earning recognition for his work with activities like hunter education
and Fish NB days.

The Shikar-Safari Club honours conservation officers in Canada and the United
States that show exemplary commitment to the protection of wildlife.

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