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what's trending Mon 14 Feb 2022: Superbowl, Valentine's Storm


Monday weather... "Snow. Blowing snow over exposed areas late this morning and this afternoon. Amount 10 to 15 cm. Wind northeast 20 km/h gusting to 40 becoming north 30 gusting to 50 this morning. High minus 10. Wind chill near minus 23." Storm Page HERE
* There are late buses, not closures, in Anglo East and Franc South (
(all schools in Chignecto Central Regional Centre for Education (NS) are closed today February 14, 2022 due to weather conditions... also NSCC Cumberland campus is closed today Feb 14th. That includes Amherst and Springhill locations. Scheduled classes and campus operations will be completed remotely.)
Olympics Stuff...
👉 Moncton's Courtney Sarault skated in the short track team event on Sunday... Team Canada came in fourth in that race... on the men's side Stephen Dubois won bronze for Canada yesterday.

👉 In the new MonoBob event (one-person bobsled)... Canada's Christine de Bruin took bronze yesterday... former Canadian/ new American Kaillie Humphries won gold.

👉 Women's Hockey: Team Canada won their playoff game against the Swiss early this morning.  

Super Bowl...
LA Rams beat the Cincinnati Bengals 23 - 20. 
Covid numbers from yesterday... 4 deaths reported, people age 70 or older... now we have 116 Covid related hospitalizations (that's down a bit)...
Case count: 266 PCR-test cases and 428 rapid test cases... total active cases is 3573.  
Dropping to Covid phase 1 on Friday ...
Q League Hockey... the League released the rest of the schedule for the Maritimes Division (
Wildcats looking forward to fans in the stands...
U18 Hockey...
"Friday night in Saint John, the Flyers cam home winners 4-3 in overtime.
Saturday night at the Superior Propane Centre, it was Moncton Flyers 7 and Northern Moose 3.
Sunday at the Superior Propane Centre in a hard fought game, the Flyers defeated the RNS Riverhawks 4-3 in a very entertaining game.
Next stop on the calendar is next weekend in Fredericton at the Willie O’Ree Centre. All six teams in the NB/PEI U18 Hockey League will be taking part in a league showcase.
The schedule for the Flyers as follows:
Sat. Feb. 19
Game time:    11:30am
Moncton Flyers  vs  Northern Moose
Sun. Feb. 20
Game time:    5:30pm
Moncton Flyers  vs  Fredericton Caps

Also, Moncton Flyers season has been extended... (
Fredericton protest...
Authorities in Fredericton had checkpoints in place for any big trucks coming into the city over the weekend...  protesters began arriving on Friday... police were checking paperwork to make sure big trucks were there for work and not to form a  blockade... (via)
Links for Covid info...

- Booster 

- Rapid test 

- Winter Action Plan

- School

- dashboard 
🏒🏈🏀⚽⚾ scores HERE
Gas ⛽EUB current prices... (
⛽CAA Gas Resources... (
Atlantic Lotto Winning Numbers...

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Skywatcher Alert: Total Lunar Eclipse 6:59a Nov 8th 2022 (or catch the next one in 2025) *update: you might see some fireballs

Early on the morning of Tuesday, November 8, 2022 it's the last total lunar eclipse of the year! You remember Total Lunar Eclipses... that's where Zombie AND werewolf activity has a significant increase * ( ). It's ALSO where the Sun, Earth and Moon line up for your viewing pleasure. Here on the East Coast we get a great view! ( unless it's cloudy ). The greatest eclipse will happen at 6:59a on Nov 8th. *While all the lunar eclipse stuff is happening, it's also time for the Taurid Meteor Showers...      "best observing time is before the full moon arrives on November 8. But, if you’re out on the morning of November 8 watching the total lunar eclipse, you might get lucky and spot some Taurid fireballs as well ... If observing during the evening hours, look eastward. Those viewing after 2 a.m. should face west. If the moon is in the sky, keep it out of your field of view to avoid ruining your night vision." (via https://earthsky.o

Light Up Riverview Holiday Event!! November 24 – January 8 #HolidayMagic #MarriageProposals? #More

🎅 Light Up Riverview kicks off Thursday Night (Nov 24th) at 7pm, along the Riverfront Trail ( Coverdale Rd ). There will be: -Lights! (obvious) - tunes! Flea Market Underground performs the rock and/or roll genre of music at the Riverfront Gazebo. - treats!   - holiday magic - marriage proposals* (citation needed) - friends - family - ghosts trying to get you to become a better person* (citation needed) - the Youth Village will be along the trail past the covered bridge. It's where you can donate items for those in need (organized by Immaculate Heart of Mary Youth)... items being collected include CEREAL and HATS/MITTS/ GLOVES. Also here: delicious hot chocolate! Sold by RHS Dragonboat Team and in support of Atlantic Wellness. PLEASE BRING CASH FOR THEIR HOT CHOCOLATE SALE! Youth Village has a selfie station y'all!! AND colouring pages from the Riverview Youth Collective! - mailbox especially for Letters To Santa! Note: after the event that mailbox will be relocated to Ri