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Crime rates fluctuate this year in Fort St. John

first_imgPhoto: Fort St. John RCMP Inspector Pat Egan presents the 2009 Mayor’s Report to City Council on Tuesday evening – Christine Rumleskie/Energeticcity.caIt seems that some crimes are being committed less this year than in 2008 in Fort St. John.But, in other cases, some crimes have more than doubled.- Advertisement -Fort St. John RCMP Inspector Pat Egan presented a report to City Council on Tuesday night. It detailed the current 2009 crime statistics in the area.In the first half of the year, shoplifting has increased 50 per cent in the City. Egan says most of the offenders are youth in the community. Public intoxication is also on the rise, with the stats increasing by 30 per cent from last year.But Egan says there is some good news. Vehicle thefts have dropped dramatically in the region, with only 90 to date in comparison to 330 from last year.[asset|aid=1720|format=mp3player|formatter=asset_bonus|title=51be0b65d133cdd4e69738b1f4b5135f-Egan- RCMP Report 1_1_Pub.mp3]Advertisement [asset|aid=1721|format=mp3player|formatter=asset_bonus|title=51be0b65d133cdd4e69738b1f4b5135f-Lantz – RCMP Report 2_1_Pub.mp3]Egan also announced that two full time officers will be added to the detachment in 2010. However, the year isn’t over yet, and these numbers are only based on the first half on 2009.The report included planned initiatives for 2010 like the expansion of the Street Crime Reduction Team, and the implementation of a Bike Patrol in the city.More recently, Egan says the RCMP increased its downtown enforcement, after community members voiced their concerns over traffic violations. As a result, Egan says traffic violations have decreased in the downtown core.Mayor Bruce Lantz commended Egan on the thorough report. Lantz says the fact that crime exists in the community is no surprise to anyone. He also says the fluctuation in crime rates doesn’t alarm him.Advertisementlast_img read more

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With Get Global having wrapped up on the evening o

first_imgWith Get Global having wrapped up on the evening of Friday, 20 July 2018, the team behind the one-day exhibition are contemplating the areas of success behind the trade event’s second year.Donna Kessler, Co-Founder of Get Global said, “The attendees who registered early enough and were able to catch Lola Berry at our Get Up & Go Breakfast in the ICMI Inspiration Corner, were amazed at how approachable and warm she was. We felt very lucky to have secured Lola through our great partnership with ICMI Speakers and Entertainers. I loved hearing the feedback after her talk – we were all motivated to put down the unhealthy food and reach for a piece of fruit!”ICMI Inspiration Corner at Get Global“I was lucky to see some exceptional speakers during Get Global. Their knowledge, passion and unrivalled experience with some of the most well-known brands in the world, helped not only to break up the day, but gave me lots of inspiration when I returned to work on Monday!” enthused Janelle Maber, Event & Registration Co-ordinator, Isagenix.Barry Markoff, CEO, ICMI Speakers & Entertainers: “ICMI already has a great reputation for sourcing the right speakers for events all around the world, but our partnership with Get Global has shown how speakers of such diverse backgrounds can be integrated into a trade event, sparking many conversations on the exhibition floor, and no doubt back in the office this week!”Lola Berry was followed throughout the day by Contiki Holidays veteran, Mark Carter, corporate motivator and skills trainer, Andrew Klein, Stevan Premutico, founder of restaurant booking tool, Dimmi and former Facebook ANZ CEO, Stephen Scheeler and pocket rocket, Samantha Gash, endurance athlete and social entrepreneur.Former Facebook ANZ CEO Stephen ScheelerGary Bender, co-founder of Get Global, “One of the biggest successes of Get Global 2018 was our partnership with ICMI. They were able to add another dimension to our event and the mix of speakers really created a great deal of talkability during and after the event. The quality of speakers and their chosen topics inspired and motivated me, and certainly all who attended the sessions.”Contiki Holidays veteran, Mark Carter (right)Vanessa Grant, Account Director, 212f, “I loved the concept of the ‘silent disco’ in the speaker corner. As it was located right on the exhibition floor, we were all given Silent Sounds headphones to listen to the speakers. This meant we weren’t disturbed if we were not at the speaker session while trying to have business discussions and vice versa. What a great idea! And made it even more memorable!”Get Global – Where the World Meets, was held at the International Convention Centre, Sydney on Friday, 20 July 2018.last_img read more

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