We don’t yet have gas price predictions, this week.
However, the price of gas in New Brunswick went up by 2 cents a litre, last night.
Diesel there jumped by 3.2 cents.
The minimum price for a litre of regular gas in Cape Breton is now $125.4.
Diesel now goes for a minimum of $1.17.5 cents a litre on the Island.
A man charged after his former North Sydney home was rammed with a front end loader is due back in court today to enter pleas.
Kevin Albert Morrison faces a number of charges, including three counts of mischief over 5,000, and single counts of mischief under $5,000, taking a vehicle without consent and evading police.
He’s also charged with three counts of mischief by endangering the lives of three people and three counts of uttering threats.
Morrison was arrested after Regional Police got called to reports of a front end loader damaging a home on Seaview Drive in the early morning of January 15th.
The driver was arrested after police followed the machine to King Street, where they say it stopped after damaging barriers in front of the liquor store.
Morrison has been deemed fit to stand trial after a 30-day psychiatric assessment.
He’s been released on conditions.
The Membertou Development Corporation says the new bowling facility its building will be called Lanes at Membertou.
The Corporation says construction of the facility is on schedule and is due to open in September.
It says the building will feature 16 candlepin bowling lanes.
The facility will also house golf and football simulators as well as a restaurant and bar.
The building is being built next to the Membertou Game building.
Regional Police are looking for a North Sydney man who’s been accused of assault.
An arrest warrant has been issued for 27 year-old Kyle David Timbury, who's facing charges of Assault, Uttering Threats and several Breaches of Court orders.
The charges stem an incident in November and come as the result of investigation into complaints later made to police.
Police say the accused and the person he’s said to have assaulted know each other.
Anyone with information on Timbury’s whereabouts is asked to call Police or Crime Stoppers.
An online fundraiser has been started for the family of 49 year old Robbie Chaisson from New Waterford.
The gym teacher and former head coach of the Cape Breton University men’s soccer team died in an ATV crash, early Sunday morning.
The campaign was started on behalf of the Ottawa Catholic Intermediate Athletic Association that Chaisson was a past president of.
The money raised will help fund the education of Chaisson’s three children.
So far, just under 5-thousand dollars has been raised through the GoFundMe campaign.
The crash remains under investigation.