Across Canada communities are observing a week put aside to raise awareness about the issues facing victims of crime and to note of the services, assistance and laws in place towards help victims and their families.
For the North Coast Prince Rupert RCMP Victims Services is hosting a luncheon tomorrow at the Highliner Plaza Hotel, the two hour event fro for 11:30 AM to 1:30 PM in the Tsimshian Ballroom.
As part of the Thursday luncheon, local leaders will be sharing their 'The Power is Now" stories and observations.
The deadline for RSVP's ended last week, but if you wish to contact them to see if any space is left contact Joyce at 250-627-7779 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Also on the agenda for Prince Rupert this week is a Public Swim on Saturday at the Earl Mah Aquatic Centre from 2 until 4PM
Victims and Survivors of Crime Week started on May 14 and will wrap up on the 20th.
More notes on the work of the local office can be explored here.
A look at other Community events is available here.