First Nations Leaders Call for Thunder Bay Police Chief’s Resignation In Wake of Scathing OIPRD Report

Today, the family of Stacy DeBungee and Indigenous political leadership will host a press conference to speak out on the new findings of the OIPRD report on the TBPS’ investigation into Stacy’s death.

To view the stream of the press conference click here.

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Related Documents

Press Release   March 5, 2018

Backgrounder   March 5, 2018

DeBungee Leonard OIPRD Investigative Report   February 15 2018

OIPRD Findings Powerpoint

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