Greater Moncton Weather: (Extended forecast HERE)
Today: Clouding over…a chance of flurries late this morning and this afternoon with risk of freezing drizzle. Windy. High zero.
Tonight: A chance of flurries and risk of freezing drizzle. Windy. Low -3.
Tomorrow: Cloudy with a chance of flurries and risk of freezing drizzle. Windy. High zero.
Scotty & Tony’s March Break Super List!https://t.co/ElDrUq9tc0#Moncton #Riverview #Dieppe #Memramcook #ResurgoPlace #YMCAMoncton #MonctonLibrary #AcadianMuseum #Skating #Swimming pic.twitter.com/3W9fKvMnig
— scottyandtony (@scottyandtony) March 4, 2018
— CBC New Brunswick (@CBCNB) March 5, 2018
Jury selection begins today in Moncton for a woman accused of a murder that happened more than two years ago. Marissa June Shephard, 22, is charged with the first-degree murder of 18-year-old Baylee Wylie in Moncton in December 2015. The trial will be heard by judge and jury in Court of Queen’s Bench and is scheduled to last up to three months.
— CBC New Brunswick (@CBCNB) March 4, 2018
A 59 year old Moncton man is dead after a police chase in Nova Scotia over the weekend…apparently the whole thing started when someone reported a possible impaired driver near Halifax on Saturday night…Police began pursuing the vehicle but must have lost it because shortly before midnight the vehicle left the road in the Bible Hill area and the man was killed. That was more than an hour away from where the original complaint happened. Police are not releasing the mans name but say he was the only person in the Honda Civic when it left the road. Nova Scotia’s Serious Incident Response Team is investigating.
Great story about the Moncton Fitness Tech company that played a small part in Norway’s record Olympic medal haul!
The Top Country at the Winter Olympics Uses A Moncton Company’s Fitness Software – Huddle Today – https://t.co/3rfw4gWShY
— Moncton News (@MonctonNBNews) March 5, 2018
Best Supporting Actor: Sam Rockwell
Best Actress: Frances McDormand
Best Original Screenplay: Jordan Peele
Best Picture: The Shape of Water
— Twitter Moments Canada (@CanadaMoments) March 5, 2018
— CBC News (@CBCNews) March 5, 2018
Biggest brand winner of the Oscars is Kawasaki thanks to Jimmy Kimmel’s “Jetski” giveaway for the “shortest speech.” Brand has received $1.4 million in equivalent advertising value according to @ApexMGAnalytics. pic.twitter.com/zJN0720LIo
— Darren Rovell (@darrenrovell) March 5, 2018
📅 – Wednesday | Mercredi
⏰ – 7PM | 19H
📍- Centre 200#GOCATSGO
— Moncton Wildcats (@monctonwildcats) March 4, 2018
Another couple of losses on the weekend for the Moncton Wildcats…Saturday night it was a 5-3 loss to Bathurst…yesterday Charlottetown beat Moncton 6-3. The Cats have 5 games left in the regular season…but only one home game…that’s in a week and a half on March 14th.
— Times & Transcript (@TimesTranscript) March 5, 2018
Moncton’s Courtney Sarault won a gold and two silver medals at the world junior short track speed skating championships in Poland over the weekend! Sarault was a member of the relay team that won gold in the 3,000 metre race…that’s Canada’s first world junior short track relay title EVER.
Magic topple #1 ranked Lightning 108-103!! #Playoffpredictions 👌
Magic saw 4 players in double digits: Terry, Corey, Marvell, & Juan; Al went 7,-7-7!
For total game stats & recap head to https://t.co/rAs7ZYrxaT
-Endgame by @UNIcooperation
📷by Maurice Veniot pic.twitter.com/xDP0xQxScr
— The Moncton Magic (@TheMonctonMagic) March 4, 2018
Big win for the Moncton Magic yesterday 108-103 over the league leading London Lightning! The Magic are back on the court in Cape Breton on Thursday night.
Flyers will face winner of Saint John/Northern series in the final. Saint John currently leads 4-0 in their first to 8 point semi-final.
— Moncton Flyers (@MonctonFlyers) March 4, 2018
The Moncton AAA Flyers are moving on to the second round of the playoffs…The Flyers beat Fredericton 8-1 yesterday to win the first to eight points series in four games! Moncton has to wait now for the winner of the Saint John / Northern series
FLA 4 – PHI 1
NSH 4 – COL 3 OT
ANA 6 – CHI 3
VGK 3 – NJD 2
WPG 3 – CAR 2
MIN 4 – DET 1
CBJ 4 – SJS 2
— NHL (@NHL) March 5, 2018