CKNB NEWS UPDATE MONDAY NOVEMBER 18 2019
RCMP are looking for a Bathurst man in connection with a robbery and assault.
An arrest warrant has been issued for 30 year old Ronald Albert Canuel who is
charged in a home invasion in Village-Blanchard, south of Caraquet, November
Canuel is 5’8″, 150 pounds with blond hair and blue eyes. He has tattoos on
his face and neck. He is known to drive a 2013 Mazda 3.
Two other people have already been arrested in the case. 32 year old Willie
Larocque of Beresford and 25-year-old Blayne Rose of Bathurst were arrested
late last week in the case.
CAM – CHAIR LIFT
Dalhousie town council has improved a chair lift to make the second floor
chambers fully accessible.
According to the Tribune… councillors agreed informally to install the lift
at cost of just over 17-thousand dollars at their most recent meeting.
The registered historic property was built in 1939 long before elevators were
Installation plans will need to be approved by the provincial fire marshall
and officially ratified by council at their next meeting.
CAM – ED FIRE
A fire at a home on St George’s Avenue in Edmunston has displaced a woman.
The two-storey home fire was reported to cres shortly after 1pm on Friday.
The woman escaped uninjured, but will be forced to stay with relatives while
damage is assessed by insurers.
A release by the Red Cross says they are providing emergency purchases such
as clothing and food in the meantime. No word on the cause of the blaze.
CAM – WINTER PARKING BAN
Winter parking regulations went into effect in Campbellton on November 15th.
In a release the city quotes the regulation stating: no driver or owner will
park or leave standing a vehicle on the streets of Campbellton between the
hours of midnight and 7AM.
The regulations are put in place to allow snow removal equipment to work
Rules stay in place until April 15th with penalties of your vehicle being
towed and a 60-dollars fine.
CAM – REVITALIZATION EVENT
Campbellton is holding a presentation on the downtown revitalization project.
The public meeting will take place on Wednesday at the Memorial Regional
Civic Center from 7:30 to 8:30 pm.
Work under the project has included the highly successful Andrew Street
pedestrian area that council had already confirmed will be back again next
Beautification projects have taken place around the city as part of the plan