MONCTON,NB–An anonymous donor has made a New Brunswick boy’s weekend.

Jamie Vautour of Dieppe is a wheelchair user and had bought tickets to go to the Nickelback show with his family, but when Codiac Transpo was locked out, there was concern that he might not be able to attend.   That meant there would be no wheelchair accessible buses running from Champlain Place.

According to CTV, a donor from Rothesay heard the boy’s story, and has given the boy $200, which will allow him to get the transportation he needs to and from the concert, and also provides a little bit of spending money.

Moncton’s City Manager Jacques Dube has come forward stating that the transportation options are limited for those with physical challenges, because of the lockout,  but the city is willing to help arrange drivers for those with those challenges who want to get to the show.

Nickelback will rock the Hill tomorrow night.  gates open at 1pm, and the show gets underway at 3pm.    This is the first concert of the summer on Magnetic Hill.