Greater Moncton Weather: (Extended forecast HERE)
Today: Sun & clouds. Windy. High minus 11.
Tonight: Partly cloudy. Windy. Low minus 20. Cold wind chill minus 28.
Tomorrow: Sun & clouds. High minus 9. Cold wind chill minus 30.
(Temperatures expected to climb back above zero on the weekend)
Gas prices are UP 1.5¢ this morning in New Brunswick…the new maximum is $1.20.1 a litre for regular self serve.
Get the latest gas prices HERE.
— Huddle (@HuddleToday) January 24, 2018
Halifax based think tank the Atlantic Institute for Market Studies says they think that the four Atlantic Canadian provinces should sell their private liquor operations to private interests…and they suggest that the crown corporations could get as much as $5 billion dollars on the open market. Their studies show that New Brunswickers and most other Atlantic Canadians are pretty unhappy with the current booze buying situation. They use the Alberta example…Alberta privatized it’s liquor operations in 1993 and 25 years later people there are able to buy a wider range of alcohol products (almost 22,000) at a larger number of locations (2,100) than ever before, with no detectable increase in alcohol-related social ills.
Canadian artists honour victims of Las Vegas shootings in Portraits Project https://t.co/dCgG8HQLdr
— PICK POSTS (@PickPosts) January 24, 2018
Three artists from Moncton will take part in a global project to honour the victims of the Las Vegas shooting. They join 58 artists from across the globe that have been invited to take part in the Las Vegas Portraits Project. Five of the artists taking part are from Canada, with three hailing from Moncton…including artist Andy Gill. Last October, 58 people were killed when a gunman opened fire at an outdoor concert in Las Vegas.
Together, for Prosperity – The Greater Moncton Region Economic Development Strategic Plan (2018-2022)https://t.co/oYAdMzX667https://t.co/kNV5utbbX3#GreaterMoncton, @CityofDieppe, @CityofMoncton, @TownofRiverview pic.twitter.com/rgj5CdXmTu
— 3plus Corporation (@3pluscorp) January 25, 2018
— The Globe and Mail (@globeandmail) January 24, 2018
Nova Scotia Progressive Conservative Leader Jamie Baillie has resigned amid allegations of sexual harassment. The party says it received a complaint against Baillie in late December and immediately launched an independent, third-party investigation. After this news broke yesterday another provincial PC leader…Ontario’s Patrick Brown said he is stepping down amid allegations of sexual misconduct .
— HuffPost Canada (@HuffPostCanada) January 24, 2018
A new study says that having a marijuana shop in your neighborhood could boost your home’s value. Property prices for homes in Colorado close to shops that sell recreational marijuana saw a roughly eight per cent increase in value since it became legal there in 2014.
Pope Francis: fake news is satanichttps://t.co/XdFSc4JOQX
— Global New Brunswick (@Global_NB) January 24, 2018
Pope Francis says fake news is the work of Satan. Francis released a message for Catholic World Communication Day yesterday, saying the first fake news dates from the Biblical beginning of time, when Eve was tempted to take an apple from the Garden of Eden based on disinformation from the serpent. He’s urging journalists to make it their mission to search for the truth.
Magic take it 113-88 with the crowd on their feet! This high scoring finish was delivered by Brent Jennings and Corey Allmond who dropped 24 & 21 respectively, both shooting over 60% from the arc!!
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— The Moncton Magic (@TheMonctonMagic) January 25, 2018
The Moncton Magic beat the Island Storm 113-88 last night at the Coliseum! The Magic hosts Halifax on Saturday night at 7.
NHL: The Maple Leafs beat Chicago 3-2 in overtime last night. Calgary lost in overtime to the Kings. Tonight it’s a full schedule before the all star break begins tomorrow…the Leafs are at Dallas, Ottawa hosts Boston, Montreal is at home to the Blackhawks, & Calgary plays in Edmonton.
Get all the scores HERE.