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Key Crime Prevention Council dates, community events and campaigns:



  • Aug. 31 - Crime Prevention Council Annual Action Report Presentation to City Council
  • Nov. 2 - 5th Annual Mayor’s Community Safety Awards
  • Dec. 2-4 - Canadian Municipal Network Face-to-Face Meeting, Montreal, QC
  • December– Strategic Planning Session with the Crime Prevention Council membership 


  • Jan. 16-17-Point in Time Homelessness Count
  • Feb. 14-8th Annual Valentine’s Day Memorial Walk
  • Feb. 18- CPC and Respect booth at NAN Career Fair
  • Feb. 19-Community Forum-Aboriginal People’s Court
  • March 22- 2016 Respect Award presented to Diana Atkinson at Diversity Thunder Bay’s 10th Annual Celebration Breakfast for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination.
  • May 4- We Stand Up Day, in partnership with Thunder Bay Police Service and Lakehead Public Schools
  • May 5- Wali Shah Youth Presentations, in partnership with Thunder Bay Police Service, Lakehead Public Schools, Kairos Community Resource Centre and Creighton Youth Services
  • May 6-8-6th Annual Jane’s Walk Festival (nine walks)
  • May 13-Irvin Waller Community Learning Event on Evidence-based Crime Prevention
  • May 31-3rd Annual Victims and Survivors of Crime Walk, with Thunder Bay & Area Victim Services, Thunder Bay Police Service, Thunder Bay Counselling Centre and Evergreen a United Neighbourhood
  • June 7-2nd Annual Weed out Hate Day, in partnership with Little Lions Waldorf Daycare & Kindergarten and Lakehead Public Schools
  • June 11 – Youth Solidarity Day Event
  • June 18 - CPC and Respect booth at Thunder Pride
  • June 21 - CPC and Respect booth at National Aboriginal Day
  • July 6-South Core Community Clean-up, in partnership with the South Core Public Safety Task Force and Shelter House
  • Aug. 4, 11, 18, 25- 4th Annual City Hall Sounds
  • Aug. 15 - Launch of the Portable Toilet Pilot Project
  • Aug. 30- Fort William Sounds
  • Aug. 31- CPC and Respect Booth at Rockin’ Recovery
  • Sept. 7-Launch of Youth Move @ Your Library Pilot Project
  • Sept. 8- CPC and Respect at NAN Working Together for Student Success- Orientation Event
  • Sept. 10 - CPC and Respect Booth at Fort William BIA Fall Street Festival
  • Sept. 14- CPC and Respect Booth at Evergreen a United Neighbourhood’s Fall Extravaganza
  • Sept. 16 - 12th Annual Full Moon Memory Walk
  • Sept. 21-Fall Feast & Festival of Services, respect. Theme
  • Sept. 23 – Crime Prevention Council presentation to Kiikenomaga Kikenjigewen Employment and Training Services, Matawa First Nation