Tantramar Report: No Mow May, flags at half-mast in memory of 215 children, two dead in highway collisions

Barbra Clayton and her family participated in No Mow May. Photo: contributed
Erica Butler - CHMA - SackvilleNB | 01-06-2021

Flags are at half mast in Sackville, and shoes are being collected for a planned memorial for the victims of the Kamloops residential school.

Two people have died in single vehicle collisions on New Brunswick highways in the past few days.

The Owen’s is back in business, with by-appointment viewing on offer.

No Mow May is over, so CHMA checked in with some folks who gave it a shot.

And on the COVID-19 case update: For the third day in a row, there were five new cases of COVID-19 reported in Zone 1. Three of the new cases are related to previous cases, but two remain under investigation. The active case count in Zone 1 is now 40, the highest it has been since early February, in the final days of the last red phase of restrictions for Zone 1.