Herb Pond guards the jail outside the CIBC for the second annual Jail 'N Bail for Prince Rupert's Relay For Life. Radio host, Lucas Anders had his bail set at $500 for not returning calls and North Coast MLA, Jennifer Rice, had to acquire a $250 for being late for a staff meeting. The two spent some of their afternoon calling friends to raise funds for their bail. The money went toward the Canadian Cancer Society.

Herb Pond guards the jail outside the CIBC for the second annual Jail 'N Bail for Prince Rupert's Relay For Life. Radio host, Lucas Anders had his bail set at $500 for not returning calls and North Coast MLA, Jennifer Rice, had to acquire a $250 for being late for a staff meeting. The two spent some of their afternoon calling friends to raise funds for their bail. The money went toward the Canadian Cancer Society.

A fundraiser that puts you in jail

The second annual Relay For Life Jail 'N Bail in Prince Rupert had people thrown in "jail" to raise bail money for the fundraiser.

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