With zero confidence in Thunder Bay police, First Nations leaders turn to RCMP - VICE News

First Nations leaders in Thunder Bay are calling for the Royal Canadian Mounted Police to step in and take over for the city's police service, which they believe has bungled investigations into the deaths of three community members in the city's waterways.

Inquiry on Death of Indigenous Canadians Demanded - Prensa Latina

31 de mayo de 2017, 15:52Ottawa, May 31 (Prensa Latina) Leaders from Canadian First Nations have demanded today to dissolve the Board of Police Services in Thunder Bay and instruct the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) to investigate the ...

First Nations leaders call for RCMP to probe recent Thunder Bay teen deaths - CTV News

TORONTO -- Deep distrust of police in a northwestern Ontario city has prompted area indigenous chiefs to ask for the RCMP to investigate the recent deaths of teens in the community. Three chiefs travelled to the provincial legislature on Wednesday to ...

Chiefs call on RCMP to take over investigations into deaths of Indigenous youth - Tbnewswatch.com

In the aftermath of the deaths of two Indigenous youth in Thunder Bay, First Nation chiefs want the RCMP to take over the investigations from Thunder Bay Police, while also calling for an inquiry into the Police Service Board. 0. about an hour ago by ...

First Nations Call for Outside Police Investigation of Deaths - Net Newsledger

TORONTO, ON: First Nation leaders are taking action to address the policing crisis around river deaths in Thunder Bay, calling for the province to bring in an outside police force to investigate the deaths of three community members in the city's ...

Thunder Bay Police Wanted Wednesday: Week 18 - The Chronicle Journal

The following people are currently wanted on outstanding bench and/or committal warrants by the Thunder Bay Police Service. If you have any information on the whereabout of these people, please do not share that information on this site. Instead ...

Good work of police not appreciated - The Chronicle Journal

I'VE been saddened to read of the ugliness towards the Thunder Bay Police Force. It's distressing to all its members and their families, as well as the retired force and their families. Being a policeman or policewoman is a very different occupation ...

Thunder Bay Police Services Board responds to First Nation leaders - The Chronicle Journal

First Nation leaders announced action to address the policing crisis around river deaths in Thunder Bay at a press conference in Toronto today at 10 a.m. The event was broadcast live via Facebook: facebook.com/NishnawbeAskiNation. First Nations want ...

Northern Ontario chiefs call on RCMP to investigate Thunder Bay deaths - APTN News

Chiefs from northern Ontario say they have no faith in the Thunder Bay police, as well as the OPP, and are calling on the RCMP to investigate a number of deaths in Thunder Bay. “The recent losses of Tammy Keeash and Josiah Begg have once again ...

First Nations call for RCMP to take over investigations in Thunder Bay, Ont. - CBC.ca

First Nations leaders say it's time to disband the Thunder Bay Police Services Board and bring in the RCMP to investigate the deaths of Indigenous people in the northern Ontario city. Chiefs from the Nishnawbe Aski Nation, (NAN) Grand Council Treaty #3 ...

First Nations man survived assault in Thunder Bay river, says woman who called police - CBC.ca

First Nations volunteers are launching a regular patrol of the river banks in Thunder Bay, Ont., and non-Indigenous residents are joining the chorus of criticism about police practices in the city after the death of a seventh Indigenous teen. Josiah ...