Headlines: Clearing up and nice today…Frost advisory tonight…Mostly sunny long weekend! / Beausejour MP Dominic Leblanc’s cancer is in remission / No change after election recount in Saint John Harbour riding…PC’s may still pursue legal action…Memramcook-Tantramar recount could be several more days / Work on Elmwood expected to cause major backups again today / Dieppe junk week next week / Wildcats play at home Saturday night / High School Football; Tantramar shuts out L’Odyssee: First ever homecoming game between Trimble & BMHS tonight at Woody Hayes Field
Greater Moncton Weather: (Extended forecast HERE)
Today: Clearing up and sunny today. High 12.
Tonight: Partly cloudy. Low minus 2 except plus 1 along the coast. (*Frost advisory) Wind chill minus 6 overnight.
Tomorrow: Mainly sunny. High 12.
Sunday: Sun & clouds with a chance of showers. High 12.
Thanksgiving Monday: Sun & clouds. High 14.
Thrilled to report that I’ve gotten a clean bill of health. I responded extremely well to treatment, and am in complete remission. Jolène and I are so grateful for excellent care and support. Looking forward to continuing to work for the people of Beauséjour and all Canadians! pic.twitter.com/QycGgcDlEk
— Dominic LeBlanc (@DLeBlancNB) October 5, 2018
Intergovernmental Affairs Minister & Beausejour MP Dominic LeBlanc, who was hit with a cancer diagnosis late last year, says he has a clean bill of health after undergoing treatment for his leukemia. LeBlanc made the announcement on social media yesterday with his oncologist from the Dumont, Dr. Nicholas Finn, who says LeBlanc’s leukemia is in “complete remission.”
No change after the recount of provincial election results in Saint John Harbour…PC’s still considering legal action because of what they call “voting irregularities”…
The requested recount saw no change in the totals from election night.
Read more: https://t.co/THpJ3Xy9RX
— CBC New Brunswick (@CBCNB) October 4, 2018
Meanwhile they say the counting could last several more days in a Moncton courtroom for the Memramcook-Tantramar riding…
My latest: Thousands of votes left to count in Memramcook-Tantramar | CBC News https://t.co/4nV550vuZh
— Shane Magee (@smagee29) October 4, 2018
The City of #Moncton says that there will be lane reductions on Elmwood Drive, between TCH and Caledonia Road, today (Friday, Oct 12 – weather permitting). Crews are installing a gas main in the area. (Traffic badly backed up during the drive to work yesterday morning because of this)
The next special garbage collection, which is held in order to gather large items such as furniture, appliances, etc. will take place during the week of October 8. Visit https://t.co/UloQe2v0uz today to find out all the details. @Eco360_SE pic.twitter.com/8Zp84KKh6P
— City of Dieppe (@CityofDieppe) October 2, 2018
The City of Dieppe says special fall garbage collection will take place next Tuesday to Friday. It’ll happen on your regular garbage day.
Click HERE for more details.
Riverview’s junk week is week after next…Click HERE for that info.
In Moncton you can schedule junk appointments…they have rotating zones that they collect from around the city and you can get that info HERE.
— Neil Hodge (@ttneilhodge) October 4, 2018
The Moncton Wildcats host Blainville Saturday night at the Avenir Centre. Sunday they start a four game road trip in Bathurst.
High School Football:
Tantramar Regional Titans 35 L’Odyssee Olympiens 0
Friday, October 5th
Riverview Royals @ Saint John Greyhounds Canada Games Field UNBSJ 7PM
Homecoming – BMHS @ Harrison Trimble Woody Hayes Field 7PM
Acadie Bowl – Mathieu-Martin @ Ecole Sainte-Anne Scotia Pk South 7PM
Twitter reacts to the Patriots weird 38-24 win over the Colts on Thursday Night Football https://t.co/ljPRHaWiBJ
— The Patriots Wire (@Patriots_Wire) October 5, 2018
Get all the scores HERE.