Tuesday, March 22, 2011
Thunder Bay's Chamber of Commerce thinks there are a number of incentives in the Federal Budget that will help the economy. President Harold Wilson says it's a steady as she goes budget, and doesn't think it warrants triggering an election. The Opposition parties have said they won't support the budget.
The federal budget lays out 30 million dollars for aboriginal policing. The money will be put towards two years of First Nations policing. Nishnawbe Aski Police Chief Claude Chum says it's not much when you look at the bigger picture. Chum says the first nations policing program has been running a defecit the last couple of years. The budget also includes 22 million dollars over two years to help First Nations ensure fuel tanks that power their community services meet environmental safety standards.
Posted by The Giant 105.3 News at 4:51 PM
The last outbreak started in 2001 and ended in the summer of 2004. Scarr says when the outbreak starts you will notice more moths gathering around traffic lights at night.