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Thunder Bay Police Service officers were dispatched to the Shoppers Drug Mart at 1186 Memorial Avenue just before 6:30 p.m. on Sunday, Feb. 3 following reports of a theft.
During the investigation police learned that a possible assault linked to this incident may have occurred.
Police conducted multiple witness interviews and reviewed video footage of an altercation between a youth and a security guard.
Following this, and after reviewing other evidence, officers have charged the security guard with Assault Causing Bodily Harm.
Western James Bay Telecom Network (WJBTN) will soon bring fibre to the home service to 957 homes in the communities of Attawapiskat, Kashechewan and Fort Albany. WJBTN will also increase transport and fibre internet capacity to community hospitals, schools and residents in these communities.
Nishnawbe Aski Nation (NAN) Grand Chief Alvin Fiddler is calling for a coordinated response by the federal and provincial governments as Cat Lake First Nation has declared a state of emergency due to life-threatening housing conditions in the remote community.
Pikangikum First Nation has been connected to Ontario's electricity grid, bringing a reliable, clean supply of power to the community for the first time.
Pikangikum is the first of 16 First Nation communities that are expected to be connected through the First Nation-led Wataynikaneyap Power project, the largest and most far-reaching First Nation grid connection project in Ontario's history.
The Ontario Independent Police Review Director released a 200-page report concluding that the evidence “overwhelmingly supports the existence of racism” at the Thunder Bay Police Service.” Death investigations were “too often handled differently because the deceased was Indigenous,” finds OPIRD Director Gerry McNeilly.
Ontario Regional Chief RoseAnne Archibald acknowledges the National Day of Remembrance for Violence against Women this December 6, 2018. This auspicious day marks the massacre of 14 young women, 13 of whom were students, at the L’Ecole Polytechnique de Montreal in 1989.
Wapekeka First Nation and Kitchenuhmaykoosib Inninuwug announce today the completion of a 22 kilometre hydro line that connects the two remote communities for the first time.
KI Chief Donnie Morris said “this project demonstrates a shared vision between our communities and demonstrates what we can accomplish by working collaboratively to improve our futures.”
Wapekeka Chief Brennan Sainnawap stated, “our people built this project by working together. The tie line will allow both of our communities to grow and prosper into the future.”
Nishnawbe Aski Nation (NAN) Grand Chief Alvin Fiddler and First Nation leaders are calling for answers after a video surfaced this weekend that appears to show a member of the Thunder Bay Police Service (TBPS) striking a First Nation youth while receiving medical care.
Two delegations of Nishnawbe Aski Nation (NAN) youth represented NAN First Nations nationally and internationally at events in Ottawa and Australia this week.
“NAN youth are leading the way, with one delegation meeting with the Prime Minister of Canada while another engages with Indigenous leaders half a world away. These young leaders will bring powerful messages to political leaders at home and abroad, and we are pleased to support these opportunities for their voices to be heard,” said Grand Chief Alvin Fiddler.