CKNB NEWS UPDATE TUESDAY NOVEMBER 12 2019
All schools in Anglophone North and Francophone Northeast have cancelled classes at all schools for today. Also CCNB campus in Campbellton closed.Classes at AGS School. Autism Intervention Services will be closed this morning.
CAM – MCINTYRE RETIREMENT
Conservative Senator and Charlo native Paul McIntyre is retiring from the
Known as the legal expert and poetry writer of the red chamber… McIntrye
has reached the mandatory retirement age of 75
The Sentator tells Brunswick News during his seven years in Senate he has
made over 17-hundred speeches and statements.
McIntrye says its difficult for him to leave but did spend his first week of
retirement enjoying mother nature in Northern New Brunswick with friends.
CAM/MIR – WINDFARM CASH
The City of Bathurst has signed on as a major partner for the wind turbine
site off Route 320 that residents have been fighting.
According to CBC the city will borrow up to 20-million-dollars to invest in
the project that will supply enough power for 9-thousand homes.
The windfarm is located 56-kilometers northwest of Bathurst and will have no
direct impact on power in the community.
City councillors have not commented on the matter since the annoucement
sparking residents to ask why they are footing the bill for an out of area
CAM – REMEMBRANCE CEREMONY
More than a thousand people came out to honor veterans and members of the
Canadian Armed forces yesterday during the Campbellton ceremony.
Guest speakers included MLA Guy Arseneault, Mayor Stephanie Anglehart-Pauline
and Jim Adams of the Legion reports the Tribune.
The ceremony started with a parade to the centotaph and concluded with the
laying of wreaths before the march back to the legion.
Similar ceremonies were held in Dalhousie and Atholville.