What's Trending for Fri Nov 29: Super Cold Snap©, Bel AIr Fire Suspsicious, Wildcats Win, 126 to reopen this weekend, Ladies Hoop Classic

-Late school buses: Franc South, Anglo East, other places
-Storm Page: HERE
-New at 9am- Whooping Cough at BMHS:

-Forecast for Moncton is cold cold cold by this afternoon. Flurries and windy, and cooling to -10 windchill!
(windy and cold on Saturday, sunny on Sunday.)

-Fire at Bel Air Take-out has been classified as suspicious:
Early on Wednesday, the Bel Air Takeout in Cap-Pelé burned down.
It was too late to save the restaurant when the 40 firefighters got to the scene, but they were able to contain it and save the surrounding buildings. They actually had to use heavy equipment to tear the place down so fire wouldn't spread to other buildings and houses.
Authorities are still investigating. If you have info, you can contact CRIMESTOPPERS.
(Crimestoppers: https://www.crimenb.ca/tips/)
(more on story: https://tj.news/story/101117318?ref=tw)
The restaurant had been closed and were planning to reopen after Christmas; here's what they posted on Facebook:

-The 126 is supposed to re-open on Saturday:
A stretch of Route 126 has been closed for three months after a storm washed a piece of the road away.
It's just about fixed! If everything goes according to plan it'll open on Saturday (Nov 30).
-Q League Hockey:
Moncton Wildcats beat Val-d'Or last night 4-1.
Cats had 57 shots on goal!
Cats play Blainville tonight at 7:00 at Avenir Centre.
-Ladies Hoop Classic High School Basketball Tournament Continues:
Get more info HERE.
Good luck to all teams, but especially our schools: MHS, HTHS, Mathieu Martin, BMHS, and RHS.
MHS is host school, but Friday there are some Spirit Games at other schools. Finals are Saturday at 3p at MHS. Closing ceremonies after that at 4:30p.
We've embedded the schedule for you...

-How does Beer Delivery sound?
The TT has a story about changes to NB Booze Laws that the Province is looking into... another one is that teenagers 16 to 18 would be allowed to handle unopened alcohol at work- if you ever bought beer at the grocery store from a younger cashier, right now, they have to call someone else to ring it in.

-Turkey Drive 2019:
Firstly, if you haven't heard our 2019 Turkey Drive Awareness Song, hera ya go...

The Sue Stulz Turkey Drive 2019 happens until Fri Dec 6 at the Saint George Blvd Fire Station across from Centennial Park (800 St George Blvd.)
Drop off turkeys between 10a and 7p or donate online at www.suestultzturkeydrive.com.
Turkeys go to families who have registered for support from the Food Bank.
This year's Turkey Goal© is ~4175
The Turkey Tally© so far is... (we'll be updating everyday- watch this space!)↓Turkey Tally 2019↓
    ↑Turkey Tally 2019↑

    -Shediac's Santa Claus Parade 2019: Fri Nov 29
    What: Shediac Santa Claus Parade
    Where: Downtown Shediac (parade starts in in the parking lot of the Federal Building on Belliveau Avenue)
    When: Fri Nov 29 at 7pm
    More: volunteers will be collecting food for the food bank
    *Facebook event HERE
    -Greater Moncton Football Association 60th Reunion Sat Nov 30
    The Greater Moncton Football Association 60th Anniversary/Reunion happens Sat Nov 30, 7pm, at the Goal Post Lounge and GMFA Hut at Centennial Park.
    All former players, coaches, volunteers and friends are invited to stop by and join the celebration!
    Tickets are $10.00 Here: (https://www.eventbrite.com/e/greater-moncton-football-association-60th-reunion-tickets-76488662649)
    This is a 19 and-older event.
    -New Brunswick is on the list of Provinces affected by a Romaine Recall:
    There's another E coli scare for Romaine from Salinas, California.
    If you have these Bonduelle brand salad products, throw them away:
    =Bonduelle Caesar Salad with Chicken and Bacon
    =Bonduelle Chef Inspired Salad with Turkey & Ham
    =Bonduelle Cobb Salad with Turkey & Bacon
    =Bonduelle Santa Fe Style Salad with Chicken
    More: http://www.inspection.gc.ca/about-the-cfia/newsroom/food-recall-warnings/complete-listing/2019-11-22/eng/1574484580118/1574484580525
    The Moncton AAA Flyers are back in action on Saturday night in NS.
    ICYMI, Certain Plastic Bags are going away next year and Moncton/Dieppe/Riverview wants you to be prepared. They've ramped up their messaging on Twitter: 
    *@TownofRiverview Tweeted: The town of Riverview has passed a by-law restricting businesses from distributing some single-use plastic bags by July 1, 2020. Want to find out more about what you can do to prepare for the ban?
    https://t.co/rKvdAcUxuJ https://t.co/zqpe0dk0xb
    *@CityofDieppe) Tweeted:
    The city of Dieppe has passed a by-law restricting businesses from distributing some single-use plastic bags by July 1, 2020.
    Want to find out more about what you can do to prepare for the ban?https://t.co/DicVlK1muD https://t.co/afhwdcDvar https://twitter.com/CityofDieppe/status/1199833031462334467?s=20
    -Black Friday:
    *Sports Links:
    -All major sport scores: HERE
    -Boys High School Hockey: HERE
    -Ladies High School Hockey: HERE
    -Moncton AAA Flyers: HERE
    -National Ringette League: HERE
    -EUB current prices HERE
    -Gas Buddy Price Comparison HERE
    -Gas Expert HERE
    -Atlantic Lotto Winning Numbers HERE
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