Social Media November 2018

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Shelter House Sleep Out

The Shelter House Thunder Bay held a unique fundraising and awareness campaign that had participants sleep out for the night. Thunder Bay Police Service Chief Sylvie Hauth participated in the event. 

Special Olympics Student Athletes

Thunder Bay Police Service officers joined other law enforcement officers to help kick off a Special Olympics event at the LU Hangar for high school athletes.

Boxing For Badges

Thunder Bay Police Service Cst. Frank Tropea and Cst. Matt Veal led an eight-week boxing program for at-risk youths. The program concluded with nearly 20 graduating students. 

Red Nose Launch

The Thunder Bay Police Service helped kick off the official launch of the 2018 Red Nose campaign. The program is powered by volunteers and is a resource for motorists to use to ensure they get a safe ride home during the holiday season.  

Conquer The Tower

Thunder Bay Police Service Cadet Brenna Pugh represented the service as she jumped off the 10-metre platform of the Canada Games Complex in support of PRO Kids and the Thunder Bay Diving Club. Pugh was also representing the Association during the charitable event.


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