4 as a comparison to other police ride alongs he has done in the past with First Nations police officers.”By comparison, the duties of a Thunder Bay police officer is much more busy compared to a First Nations organization,” Cyrette said. “There is just so much more for a police officer in the City of Thunder Bay to do. The city is much more busy, with more things going on and more calls to respond to compared to a First Nation where you may not get a call.”Cyrette said the ride along with Thunder Bay Police Const.
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“We’ve come a long way, but there’s still more work to be done,” says Dr. Laurie Gaines, a local veterinarian, who notes that a $5,000 BC SPCA Community Animal Spay Neuter Grant was given to help sterilize 100 of the rabbits. “We are working on the second phase, and if funding allows, a group of about 60 to 100 adult and baby rabbits will be rescued, sterilized and scheduled to travel to the sanctuary by the end of summer.”.
PROHIBIT UNSOLICITED LOANS (S 2194): On March 24, the Senate 37 0, approved a bill that would prohibit banks from issuing unsolicited loans, often in the form of a check, through the mail, unless the recipient is already a customer of the bank. And even those customers would have ten days to rescind the loan and pay the bank back the entire amount, without any interest or fees. The measure also imposes fines of up to five years in prison and a $25,000 fine on any bank or person who violates this law..