Thunder Bay inquest jury finds four First Nations students’ deaths undetermined, three accidental

The jury has released 145 recommendations aimed at preventing similar tragedies

Willow Fiddler
APTN National News
A coroner’s jury examining the deaths of seven First Nations students in Thunder Bay has come back with more than 100 recommendations.

The students were all from remote communities and only in the city to go to school.

After many delays, the inquiry got underway in Oct. 2015.

The jury heard from dozens of witnesses who talked about everything from police indifference to the deaths, to racism in Thunder Bay.

More on the Thunder Bay inquest.