- It was the International Day of Medical Transporters, so make sure to get a card ready for the ambulance driver. It was also World Mosquito Day, so make sure to SQUASH THE BUGGERS.
- Earlier this year, we lost one of the longest-term members of CHSR, and the entire community lost a writer, poet, publisher and every-ready, on-the-ground, got-the-rig-and-gloves supporter of many theatre, music and art productions: Joe Blades. One of the things he was passionate about was unions, and I found this 2015 interview I did with him just before the STUSAU gained its first collective agreement.
- And also five years ago, I had a chance to talk with Maddy Macnab of Passages Canada about the country-wide story collection project, the results of which you can find on their website.
- For the third day in a row, New Brunswick Public Health reported no new cases of COVID-19 yesterday.
- The People’s Alliance is calling for a three-year motor vehicle registration in New Brunswick.
- Green Party Leader David Coon says he has a plan that will save public transit in the province’s three major cities.
- With all jurors sworn in, the fitness hearing for Matthew Raymond is officially underway.
- Codiac RCMP are asking for the public’s help in locating a missing woman in Moncton.
- A tractor-trailer pulling a tanker has overturned on the Trans-Canada Highway this morning.
- It’s going to cost you a little extra to fill your gas tank after the Energy and Utilities board reset its pricing last night.
- And the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League has released its 51-game pre-season schedule.
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