Apparently, because previous collection procedures in Saskatchewan were antiquated and cumbersome, the newer EMJA really stripped things down and streamlined the process, so whereas one used to file independent actions to seize property versus income versus bank account, the newer EMJA basically addresses the issue, "So, someone owes you money, do they?", and rolls all of that into one tidy little action, so there is some real benefit in now knowing where Lord Baron Twatrick von Loadenhosen works, as I can now both take his paycheque and empty whatever ends up in his bank account simultaneously, so if anyone knows where Patrick is currently employed, why, yes, that information would be most useful. But it turns out there's an amusing wrinkle.
I have been "informed" by one of my anonymous tipsters (who refuses to identify himself/herself) that Patrick is no longer employed, and for a very curious reason -- he was allegedly fired for insisting that he be paid under the table so as to protect his salary from, well, me. Let me be absolutely clear -- I have seen nothing to substantiate this claim and it strikes me as more than a little suspect, but this is the claim and I suppose it would not surprise anyone if it were true.
It is definitely believable that Patrick is unemployed again (for one reason or another), but if he is still putting in an honest 3 or 4 hours a day of work, it turns out that knowing where that is would be useful information, as the sheriffs would then have the right to garnish his wages at the source and clean out his bank account at the same time, which would be absolutely delightful.
So there's your new mission, kids -- "Where's Twatsy?" And as to what's in it for you, well, just the satisfaction of being a good citizen and bringing a long-time malfeasant to justice.
"Malfeasant": Look it up.