Headlines: Sun & clouds, windy & COLD…-18 wind chill later…risk of frostbite / Gas prices down 2.5 cents…Diesel & furnace oil drop almost 4 cents! / Case of E. Coli confirmed in NB…chuck out your romaine lettuce / RCMP searching for Moncton man…missing for three weeks / Mayor of Riverview hosts “light up the town” party tonight / Antler Breakfast TOMORROW / Wildcats ranked 5th again by CHL / Snowdon sisters going into Ringette hall of fame
Greater Moncton Weather: (Extended forecast HERE)
Today: Sun & clouds. A chance of flurries along parts of the coast. Windy. High minus 9. Wind chill minus 18. Risk of frostbite.
Tonight: Partly cloudy. Windy. Low minus 14. Wind chill minus 25 overnight. Risk of frostbite.
Tomorrow: Sunny. Windy. High minus 6. Wind chill minus 24 in the morning.
Gas prices are down 2.5¢ this morning. The new maximum for regular self serve is $1.12.8 a litre. Diesel and furnace oil are both down almost 4¢. Propane dropped 1¢.
(Get up to date gas prices anytime HERE)
Case of E.coli confirmed in New Brunswick https://t.co/wXdDZmLYaS
— N.B. Dept. of Health (@NBHealth) November 21, 2018
New Brunswick’s chief medical officer of health has confirmed that there’s a case of e. coli in the province linked to romaine lettuce. Major grocery store chains are pulling romaine from their shelves after almost 20 people have gotten sick in Quebec and Ontario. Dr. Jennifer Russell says New Brunswickers should avoid eating romaine lettuce until more is known about the outbreak and the cause of contamination.
Tips on how to help reduce the risk of an E. coli infection can be found here.
Recent illnesses reported in Ontario and Quebec suggests that there is a risk of E. coli infections associated with eating romaine lettuce. Individuals in ON and QC should avoid eating romaine lettuce until more is known about the outbreak. Find out more: https://t.co/vtJbr3WhrC pic.twitter.com/AbsPZ5sFQt
— GovCanHealth (@GovCanHealth) November 21, 2018
Missing 24-year-old man #Moncton Mitchell Lane is about 5’5″ tall, with a slender build. He has brown eyes and short, brown hair. He was last seen wearing grey sweatpants, a black jacket, a camouflage scarf, a black book bag and a black hat. https://t.co/lrxFPfCNHK pic.twitter.com/fddMYzS9zT
— RCMP New Brunswick (@RCMPNB) November 21, 2018
Codiac RCMP needs your help to locating Mitchell Lane of Moncton , who was last seen on November 1 at a residence on Steadman Avenue in Moncton. Mitchell Lane is 24 years old, is described as being approximately five feet five inches tall, with a slender build. He has brown eyes and short, brown hair. He was last seen wearing grey sweatpants, a black jacket, a camouflage scarf, a black book bag and a black hat. Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Mitchell Lane or who may have seen him since November 1 is asked to contact the Codiac Regional RCMP at 506-857-2400.
The Cities of Moncton and Dieppe, along with the Town of Riverview, have partnered with Eco360, the local waste management facility, to launch a survey on plastic bag usage. https://t.co/vLMl6r9HTT
— Global New Brunswick (@Global_NB) November 21, 2018
Join Mayor Ann Seamans at the riverfront gazebo on Thurs., Nov. 22 at 7 p.m. to kick off the holiday season as we light the Riverfront Trail. It’s a festive evening filled with Christmas music, yummy treats and a little bit of magic! 🎄 https://t.co/2J8Jdp1xTs #LightUpRiverview pic.twitter.com/33A5rUzIDh
— Town of Riverview (@TownofRiverview) November 16, 2018
@monctonwildcats #1 in the #QMJHL but #5 on the @CHLHockey list behind two other Q teams AGAIN 🤔 guess we’re gonna just have to keep WINNING fellas! >Tony @MonctonWildcast @MrCDobson @Eags37 @MWC1996 https://t.co/svn10x83wW
— scottyandtony (@scottyandtony) November 21, 2018
The new Canadian Hockey League rankings are out…and even though the Moncton Wildcats just keep winning…The league has ranked them in the #5 spot for the third week running…that wouldn’t really be a big deal except that The Cats are currently the #1 team in the Q…but the CHL has ranked two q league teams ahead of them…
Ringette Canada announces Hall of Fame inductions: https://t.co/9YxJwzErnL
Ringuette Canada annonce les nouveaux membres de son Temple de la renommée : https://t.co/geRNhlNHnR
.#ringette #ringuette #playitloveitliveit #monsportmapassion #sport pic.twitter.com/wyFronaHZG
— Ringette Canada (@ringettecanada) November 21, 2018
Moncton’s Britney & Jenny Snowdon are being inducted into the Ringette Canada Hall of Fame. The organization is honouring the entire national junior team that won the world championships in 2017. The Snowdon sisters were a big part of that world championship.
NJD 5 – MTL 2
NYR 5 – NYI 0
PIT 5 – DAL 1
WSH 4 – CHI 2
CAR 5 – TOR 2
BUF 5 – PHI 2
DET 3 – BOS 2 OT
TBL 7 – FLA 3
NSH 4 – STL 1
MIN 6 – OTT 4
VGK 3 – ARI 2 OT
ANA 4 – VAN 3
CGY 6 – WPG 3
COL 7 – LAK 3https://t.co/NFSYj50hKj pic.twitter.com/1M8AHvcYzU
— NHL (@NHL) November 22, 2018
Get all the scores HERE.