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

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 ...and more »

Teen deaths, police probes, racism accusations: What's going on in Thunder Bay? - CTV News

Why have 10 indigenous people -- the majority of them teenagers -- been found dead in Thunder Bay, Ont. since 2000, seven of their bodies washing up in local rivers? And what have police done to investigate the deaths? Those questions are at the heart ...and more »

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 ...and more »

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

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 ...and more »

First Nations leaders call for RCMP investigation into Thunder Bay deaths -

Read Story Transcript. The bodies of two Indigenous teenagers — Josiah Begg and Tammy Keeash — were pulled from a Thunder Bay river in May. Since 2000, seven Indigenous teens have been found dead in rivers that run through the city. Their deaths ...and more »

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

APTN National 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 ...and more »

Evidence from First Nation student who survived Thunder Bay river attack resurfaces following eye-witness claim - APTN News

Jorge Barrera APTN National News His name was never revealed during the coroner's inquest into the deaths of seven First Nation high school students in Thunder Bay, but his story raised the chilling spectre that something more sinister lurks behind the ...and more »

2 More Indigenous Teenagers Found Dead in Ontario - teleSUR English

Tammy Keeash of the North Caribou Lake First Nation and Josiah Begg of the Kitchenuhmaykoosib Inninuwug First Nation, both teenagers, were found dead in the McIntyre River in Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada in May. RELATED: Two Quinault Tribe ...and more »

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.and more »

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 ...and more »