Monday, July 1, 2013

RCMP Lawsuit Makes It To Court

An ex-RCMP Constable's class action lawsuit will be heading to court in 2014. The gender harassment lawsuit involves Thunder Bay women and is represented by Watkins Law Sandy Zaitzeff. Zaitzeff says the women in the lawsuit are happy they won against the Federal Government's request to delay the case. The next round of court time will be in     April or May of 2014.

Crime Of The Week

Here is this week's Crime of the Week. Crime Stoppers and the Nipigon OPP are looking for help solving a break, enter and theft in Macdiarmid township. Sometime between May 20th and the 22nd, someone broke into a parked camper and stole two fishing rods and a hummingbird fish finder. They also decided to steal a 14 foot Sea Nymth aluminum boat. The damage to the camper and the value of stolen items are around     5-thousand dollars. If anyone has information about the incident call Crime Stoppers.

City Celebrates Canada Day

Canada Day is being celebrated on two fronts in Thunder Bay. The Fort William Historical Park will be busy during the day hosting numerous activities with a historical theme according to spokesperson Marty Mascarin. This evening's activities begin with a parade according to organizer Sophie Best. And to wrap up the day's activities there will be the annual waterfront fireworks display.