Reporter Cullen Crozier travels to Thunder Bay, Ontario to dig into the mystery surrounding the deaths of seven Indigenous youths who drowned in the city’s rivers.
City and Police officials say it’s business as usual, while First Nations leaders call for the RCMP to intervene.
Families are devastated and left asking questions about how their children died.
5 thoughts on “APTN Investigates – To Serve and Protect”
Maybe there should be some sort of training for the kids that have to leave reserves…how to survive in an urban setting…just a thought
They need to vote in a better Mayor who’s color blinded, and a new police chief who doesn’t hide behind their filthy lies …
Prime Ministers can appoint Judges, Senators, and any other appointment they wish. I am sure they can certainly sway Provincial Premier’s too, especially when a oath “to serve and protect” which is sworn in is being systemically and criminally ignored. Its time for either the Premiere of Ontario or Canada’s very own Prime Minister; #justintrudeau to step up and intervene and appoint a Indigenous Police Chief for the OPP district of Thunderbay. “honor and remember the war of 1812.”
Finally and hopefully we all get the answers the northern part of the world are waiting for,we need answers,thumbs up to APTN
That’s just sad that our younger brothers, have to end up like this.
There has to be something done to prevent this from happening our younger sisters are getting killed by someone out in that City…
May they rest in peace
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