Headlines: Sun & clouds this morning…2 cms of flurries this afternoon? High -2…A mostly sunny & cold weekend coming / RCMP looking for a missing 66 yr old Moncton woman / Police searching for “person of interest” in Moncton woman’s death / FINAL DAY of Turkey Drive…they have 2350…need 4132 by TONIGHT / Moncton & Dieppe bid $17 million to host Francophonie Games…they will actually cost $130 million #Whoops! / Betty Crocker coffee maker recall / Poley Mountain opens TODAY! / Be A Fan, Bring A Can food drive at tonight’s Cats game! / Magic on the road Sunday / Moncton Flyers on the road at Bathurst tonight…host Charlottetown on Sunday at Superior Propane Centre
Greater Moncton Weather: (Extended forecast HERE)
Today: Sun & clouds this morning. More clouds this afternoon and a couple of cms of flurries. High minus 2.
Tonight: Maybe another 2 cms of flurries…partly cloudy with a chance of flurries overnight. Low minus 13. Wind chill minus 22.
Tomorrow: Mainly sunny. High minus 8….and wind chilly.
Sunday: Sun & clouds. High minus 9.
Please RT – Missing 66-year-old woman #Moncton Rolande Cormier is described as being about five feet three inches tall and weighing about 120 pounds. She has grey hair, blue eyes, wears glasses and is missing some front teeth. https://t.co/oGKk1LBob8 pic.twitter.com/h8PnHEIIFh
— RCMP New Brunswick (@RCMPNB) December 6, 2018
Police say 43-year-old Amanda McFarlane is a person of interest in connection with the death of 35-year-old Candice Kennedy-Faguy. https://t.co/ZBzhL5Dwgv
— CTV Atlantic (@CTVAtlantic) December 6, 2018
RCMP are trying to find a person of interest in connection with their investigation into the murder of Candice Kennedy-Faguy. Several attempts to locate 43-year-old Amanda McFarlane, believed to be in the Moncton area, have been unsuccessful. Kennedy-Faguy’s body was discovered in a vehicle in September. 44-year-old Claude Blanchard has been charged with first-degree murder in her death.
It’s the FINAL day of this year’s Turkey Drive!
With just one final day left our turkey tally is now at 2,350.
— SueStultzTurkeyDrive (@turkey_drive) December 6, 2018
The goal this year at the Sue Stultz / Moncton Firefighters Turkey Drive is 4,132…as of last night they had 2350…you can donate around back at the St. George Blvd Fire station…
You can also donate online…we have the link on the Scotty & Tony Page.
Ernie Steeves said the province’s projected debt of $14.3 billion has almost doubled in the past decade, and warned that the province’s credit rating is at risk of being downgraded unless spending decisions change. #NBpolihttps://t.co/Rivc57JmW3
— Global New Brunswick (@Global_NB) December 6, 2018
The province’s new finance minister says overspending by the former Liberal government will change starting with the release of the capital budget next week. Ernie Steeves says the projected debt has almost doubled in the past decade to 14.3-billion dollars. Steeves says the new capital budget will focus on maintaining the infrastructure and getting rid of inefficiencies in all departments.
2021 Francophone Games could cost taxpayers 7 times more than expected. New Brunswick cities of Moncton and Dieppe won bid to host the Games in 2016 based on a $17-million budget; organizing committee now says event will cost $130 million. https://t.co/CbSVFHUijG
— CBC News Alerts (@CBCAlerts) December 6, 2018
The 2021 Francophone Games could cost taxpayers 7 times more than expected…Moncton and Dieppe won the bid to host the Games in 2016 based on a $17-million budget; the organizing committee now says event will cost $130 million. Moncton and Dieppe were supposed to contribute $750,000 each, with the rest of the money split evenly between the federal and provincial governments.
— GovCanHealth (@GovCanHealth) December 6, 2018
Our friends at Poley Mountain tell us that the hill is opening for the season today with $15 rentals and $15 lift tickets…
Friday night your Wildcats will host the Charlottetown Islanders for the first time this season. It is our annual Food Drive Night in Support of the Food Depot Alimentaire – presented by Atlantic Superstore.
Tickets: https://t.co/UGXSho99Ec pic.twitter.com/eurfCWOHso
— Moncton Wildcats (@monctonwildcats) December 6, 2018
The Moncton Wildcats host Charlottetown tonight at the Avenir Centre…It’s also the annual “Be a fan, bring a can” food drive game at the Avenir Centre…and Sunday afternoon The Wildcats host the Saint John Sea Dogs…and that game is the Teddy bear Toss!
#NBLCStorylines📰 @themonctonmagic are off to their best start in franchise history at 7-0 and are on the heels of making history! How long can they keep it going?#RaiseTheBar🇨🇦🏀 pic.twitter.com/SqZt1M84NE
— NBL Canada (@NBLCanada) December 6, 2018
The Moncton Magic are back in action on Sunday at Halifax. Next weekend the Magic have their final two home games before Christmas on Friday & Sunday…
The .@MonctonFlyers play 2 this weekend…tonight they’re on the road in #Bathurst at the Northern Moose…Sunday it’s a home game at the Superior Propane Centre against #Charlottetown…puck drop is 1:30pm for that one. https://t.co/joGEp6MMPP pic.twitter.com/HO38MMUtiX
— Hermey & The Bumble (@scottyandtony) December 7, 2018
DET 5 – TOR 4 OT
COL 5 – FLA 2
CBJ – PHI 3 OT
PIT 6 – NYI 2
MTL 5 – OTT 2
TBL 3 – BOS 2
CGY 2 – MIN 0
WSH 4 – ARI 2
VAN 5 – NSH 3
VGK 4 – CHI 3
NJD 6 – LAK 3https://t.co/27jnFCoPBZ pic.twitter.com/ZWrUISMny8
— NHL (@NHL) December 7, 2018
DERRICK HENRY 😤 99-YD HOUSE CALL
— SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) December 7, 2018
The Tennessee Titans beat Jacksonville 30-9 on Thursday Night Football…
Get all the scores HERE.