Family looking for answers after man’s death in Thunder Bay police station‎

He was found not breathing and unresponsive hours later.

Video Journalist / Thunder Bay

Willow is an Oji-Cree Anishinabe from Sandy Lake First Nation. Her background is in print journalism and she studied multimedia before entering broadcast news . She is passionate about the stories of the Anishinabe in northwestern Ontario, particularly in the remote north.

2 thoughts on “Family looking for answers after man’s death in Thunder Bay police station‎

  1. An Indigenous – First Nations Health Services Unit administration office should be available at the hospital for medical appointment trips. The Unit could have professionally health-trained staff who speak First Nations language(s). A medical van could pick up the medical clients at the airport and have them registered at a First Nation hostel accommodations and provided with meal tickets to use at a designated restaurant or at the hospital cafeteria. The Sioux Lookout Mino Yah Win health services agency could submit a service funding application to have a readily accessible and joint health agreement with the hospital in Thunder Bay. These services are available in other areas of Ontario for First Nations health services.

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