Wednesday, June 27, 2012
Thunder Bay's Crime Prevention Council is reaching out to the community as part of their crime reduction plan. They've started a campaign welcoming remote First Nation residents to the City, as well as work in individual neighbourhoods. Acting Co-ordinator Sheelagh Hendrick says they've also started partnering with other community groups. Hendrick updated the council on her work during the last few months at their monthly meeting Wednesday night.
Thunder Bay's Multicultural Association is launching its Immigrant Social Network today. Spokesperson Michelle Lander says the group will help newcomers settle in Thunder Bay. The new group's board is made up of about 12 people and is being launched on Canada's Multicultural Day.