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Tuesday 15 September 2020,  - 
The Department of Transportation and Infrastructure will be closing the Halls Creek Route 15 traffic circle in Moncton between September 15th at midnight and October 5th by the end of the day, weather permitting. The closure is necessary to allow for the department to do rehabilitation work to the traffic circle, the ramps leading into the traffic circle as well as the Botsford Street and Paul Street interchanges areas.

Due to high traffic volumes and to ensure the construction is done safely and efficiently, this will require closure of the traffic circle and some of the work will take place overnight. The department is working closely with the Cities of Moncton, Dieppe and other stakeholders to ensure that the impacts on the travelling public are mitigated.

Detour signage will be in place and the department is asking the public to try to avoid the area by taking alternative routes or plan the trip in advance as delays are expected. The Department would like to apologize for any inconvenience to the travelling public and appreciates the publics patience.

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December 3

Tantramar Community Food Smart
Deadline to place your order.

Info: Maryse LeBlanc,

December 4

Write a letter to Santa
 The Village de Memramcook invites children to bring their letter to Santa Claus at the Municipal Building so we can collect and bring them to the postal elves.

Here’s Santa’s address
Santa Claus, North Pole, H0H 0H0, CANADA

Don’t forget to include a return address in your letter and Santa will send you a letter back.

The deadline to drop your letter off at the Municipal Building is Friday, December 4 to guarantee a reply before the holidays. Info: 758-4078.

December 7

DAY 1 - Christmas Food Drive
The Village de Memramcook is organizing a Community Food Drive in collaboration with the Abbey-Landry School's 8 days of Christmas, to help the Memramcook Food Bank during the Holiday Season. We will pick up different items every day from Monday, December 7 to Wednesday, December 16.

On Monday, December 7 we will pick up: Canned soup, fruits, vegetables, meat or fish

For people in the community who don't have children at school, you can drop off your items in the plastic bins behind the Municipal Building (540, Centrale Street) or behind the Abbey-Landry School.

Details / list of items