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Masking guidelines are changing at Dr. Georges-L.-Dumont University Hospital Centre in Moncton. Patients will now be required to wear a mask in the direct patient care environment. This is due to an increase in positive COVID-19 cases and outbreaks within the facility, affecting patients and healthcare workers. As of D...
Tara Clow Dec 08, 2023
Two men are facing charges following a home invasion and kidnapping in Moncton. On November 19th, RCMP say two armed men and a woman forced their way into a High Street home by kicking in a door. A resident was then forced into a vehicle, but luckily, they managed to escape the vehicle while it was moving. One other i...
Tara Clow Dec 08, 2023
An update from the RCMP after a report of suspicious Halloween candy in Moncton's Evergreen neighbourhood. Parents found two small misshapen candies wrapped in wax paper that did not appear to be commercially produced. Codiac Regional RCMP issued an alert to the public, encouraging parents to inspect their children's t...
Brad Perry Dec 08, 2023
The Sue Stultz and Moncton Firefighters Turkey Drive fell short on its goal this year, but they say it was a still a big success. "We still have over 2000 families that are going to benefit and will have a Christmas meal because of the generosity of the community," says Moncton Fire Lieutenant Jeremy Quillian...
Tara Clow Dec 07, 2023 1 views
A 39-year-old Moncton man will spend six years in prison after an investigation into shots fired on Weldon Street. Ryan Michael Shanks was sentenced last month after pleading guilty to 21 charges including three counts of possession for the purpose of trafficking, failure to comply with a release order, two counts of p...
Tara Clow Dec 06, 2023
Judges were tasked with choosing the top entries for this year's Royale Greater Moncton Santa Claus parade, and the awards have now been handed out. There were around 50 entries for this year's parade. The winners are: Not-for-Profit Riverview Ringette Association Codiac Vikings Aquatic Club Ukrainian Association of Mo...
Tara Clow Dec 06, 2023 1 views
A Moncton man has been charged in connection with an investigation into child pornography. Police began the investigation in November 2022, following information received from the RCMP's National Child Exploitation Crime Centre. On Feb. 14, officers executed a search warrant at a residence in Moncton as part of the inv...
Regis Phillips Dec 06, 2023 1 views
Some Moncton residents may need to find somewhere else to park their vehicles Monday night. Officials have declared an overnight parking ban for the entire city following Monday's snowfall. On-street parking is not permitted between midnight Monday night and 7 a.m. Tuesday. If your vehicle is parked on the street durin...
Brad Perry Dec 04, 2023 Ken Hawkins / CC
The Sue Stultz and Moncton Firefighters Turkey Drive has fallen short of its goal this year. A total of 1,912 turkeys were raised out of the 3,979 organizers said were needed this year. The annual fundraiser collects turkeys for families in need throughout Greater Moncton. If you missed out on the four-day event, you c...
Brad Perry Dec 04, 2023
Residents in the Sussex area will have to wait a bit longer to see Old Saint Nick this year. The annual Santa Claus parade, scheduled for Saturday, has been rescheduled to Dec. 9 due to the weather. "We acknowledge it won't be heavy rain however wet conditions take the fun out of being on a float and watching from...
Regis Phillips Dec 01, 2023 4 views Jesson Mata / Unsplash
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