What's Trending - Wednesday, July 5th

Wednesday, July 5th 2017

Greater Moncton Weather: (Extended forecast HERE)

Today: Sunny this morning then sun & clouds this afternoon with a chance of showers.  Maybe thundershowers this afternoon. High 26.
Tonight: Clear. Low 12.
Tomorrow: Sunny. Windy. High 26.


Gas prices are set to jump UP by 3 cents tonight. Diesel too. Experts say that the price of oil has been climbing on the markets so...you and I pay for it. Regular self-serve has been selling for 99.9 cents a litre at a lot of places around Greater Moncton this week. (Check the latest gas prices anytime HERE)


The Codiac Regional RCMP say that "foul play is not suspected at this time" in the death of a 21 year old Moncton woman. Police say they responded to a complaint that a woman had been found unconscious, at approximately 3:40 p.m. on July 1, 2017, at 401 Elmwood Drive. The woman was pronounced dead at the scene. The investigation continues.

If you're on social media it's possible that you heard the woman's name in the last couple of days...The Times & Transcript is reporting that the woman was 21 year old Taylor Estabrooks...they did an interview with her mom who says Taylor just recently completed a 10 month program at the Portage Atlantic addiction rehabilitation centre in Fredericton...and she says the family believes that Taylor had a relapse with tragic results. Krista MacKinnon wants their tragedy to serve as a warning to other parents about the dangers of drug addiction. The family is asking anyone who knew Taylor or wants to make a donation to do so in her memory to Portage Atlantic.

Click HERE to donate to Portage Atlantic Addiction Treatment Centre.


The City of Moncton says that crews continue working on the maintanance problem at Centennial Beach. They still don't have a reopening date for the pool. A source tells us that staff have been told it might be next week before the issue is fixed.

Click HERE for a map of all of the other splash pads and public pools in the city.


The results are in for the 2017 moose draw here in New Brunswick. The Government says that more than 60,000 people applied this year and 4,635 licences were awarded. We've got a link and more info on our what's trending page to see if you made it...you have to have your outdoor card number. This year's season runs from September 26th-30th.

Click HERE to check the Moose Draw.


The Blue Jays snapped a five game losing streak with a 4-1 win in New York last night. Boston hammered Texas 11-4.


Check ALL of last night's scores HERE.


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