Health & Social Services
IMPORTANT NOTICE RE: DOGS RUNNING AT LARGE & NEW ANIMAL CONTROL POLICY
There have been an increasing number of complaints concerning dogs running at large. There have also been reports of aggressive behaviour, including bites, for both adults and children.
As the owner of a dog, you are legally responsible for its behaviour and can be charged if the animal injures a person. You can also be sued. In the interests of safety of our community and especially our children, owners of dogs are asked to keep their animals in their homes or on a leash at all times.
Chief and council have directed the development of an animal control policy that is now in full effect.
Pic Mobert First Nation (Interim) Risk Management Guidelines for Sports and Recreation
Context & Purpose
The Pic Mobert First Nation is committed to providing a safe and healthy working environment for our employees, volunteers and clients.
The purpose of this policy is to set out policies, procedures and protocols concerning sports and recreation programming delivered by our First Nation.
This policy should be cross-referenced against the following First Nation policies:
i. Policies and procedures for Chief and Council.
ii. Health and safety policy.
iii. Human Resources policy.
iv. Finance policy.
v. Zero tolerance policy for harassment and threatening behaviour.
A.A. Meetings @ the Rec. Hall Pic Mobert F.N.
7:30 p.m. Coffee & Fellowship
8:00 p.m. Meeting
Need a ride? Call the Health Centre 822-2625
Are You Interested in Participating in Pic Mobert First Response?
PIC MOBERT IN CONJUNCTION WITH BARRICK-HEMLO IS NOW RECRUITING CANDIDATES TO TAKE A LEVEL-1 FIREFIGHTER COURSE TO PARTICIPATE IN A PIC MOBERT VOLUNTEER FIRST RESPONSE TEAM
• Medical/Physical Exam
• Must be Physically fit
• Self-motivated individuals/enjoy helping your community
• Commitment to First Response
If you are a self-motivated individual who enjoys helping your community then FIRST RESPONSE may be right for you. In addition, if you are working on the Barrick site labour contract you may have an opportunity to participate in the Barrick- Hemlo Surface Emergency Response team
For Additional Information or To Sign-Up Please Call Donna Sutherland,
Community Development Officer at (807) 822-2134 ext 234
or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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If you are in crisis and need help, the Marjorie House in Marathon is there to assist.
The Marjorie House 24 hour crisis line is (807) 229-2222. The toll free number can be dialed from any phone (it is FREE to dial a toll free number from a pay phone). The toll free number is 1-800-465-3307.
You can also view their website to get more information about the services offered at www.marjoriehouse.ca