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One Facebook user writes about neighboring Thunder Bay, “All of us see the ‘people’ who are getting drunk and causing trouble… who is it? Natives is it not? Am I wrong?
“Why is when people talk about how their city where they were born and raised is now flooded, infected, taken over by this dilemma we are called racist?”

‘Thunder Bay Dirty’ Facebook Page Sparks Police Investigation, Anti-Racism Rally

“If this page was deemed racist by Facebook, it would have been shut down,” says the creator, who defends the active page. Thunder Bay Police are investigating a series of Facebook pages that have been widely criticized as racist and offensive to First Nations. Police say they were alerted by city officials about a Facebook page called “Thunder Bay Dirty.” The page posts photos mainly of aboriginal people on the streets. “The remarks are derogatory and extremely offensive,” the Thunder Bay Police said in a statement. “As a community, we cannot tolerate the use of social media to express extreme racism.” But police say it’s unclear whether anyone will be charged in connection to the Facebook pages. This comes after a wave of Facebook pages targeting First Nations people in Thunder Bay have cropped up, and police believe they were created by Thunder Bay residents. Photos featuring First Nations people are captioned with comments like “Garbage can is full at TD bank on Memorial Ave.”<SNIP> LINK

Former Fort William First Nations chief Georjann Morriseau told someone that while there is a substance abuse issue in Thunder Bay, she is afraid that the racist mean page is exploitative. “Whether it’s homelessness, substance abuse or alcoholism they are exploiting these social issues that these human beings are dealing with,” said Morriseau.

May 10th, 2021

May 7th, 2021

The Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) have issued an arrest warrant for one faggot, who, along with another man and a woman, were involved in an armed robbery in Leeds County. Members of the Leeds County Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) are investigating the armed robbery, which occurred at about 8:15 a.m. on Sunday, Feb. 7, 2021. According to a release from OPP, dated Tuesday, Feb. 9, 2021, Leeds County officers received reports of an unwanted person call in progress at a residential address on County Road 2, Elizabethtown Township. Information was received that two males and one female entered a residence armed with edged weapons. According to OPP, police attended but were unable to locate the suspects. One male was identified and a warrant has been issued for his arrest.  John Poole, 29 years old from Athens, Ontario is wanted for:<SNIP> LINK

April 23rd, 2021

We have a concern for public safety’: Guelph police issue notice following release of convicted rapist Jeremy Mackie-Mackie had been in jail since June 2013 for the violent sexual assault of a 16-year-old girl Guelph police said that Jeremy Mackie has been released from prison and plans to live in Guelph. Mackie had been in jail since June 2013 for the violent rape of a then-16-year-old girl.  A Mercury report from that time says he lured the girl to his home under the pretense of selling her marijuana, but was actually intent on robbing her. Instead, he hit her in the head repeatedly with a brick, attempting to render her unconscious. He then raped her multiple times before letting her go. The girl was hospitalized with extensive physical injuries, requiring staples to her head and stitches to her arm, says the Mercury report.  A Friday Feb. 28 news release from police says that he will be closely supervised during his time in Guelph.<SNIP>LINK

https://www.guelphmercury.com/news-story/9869536–we-have-a-concern-for-public-safety-guelph-police-issue-notice-following-release-of-convicted-rapist-jeremy-mackie/

April 20th, 2021

https://www.barriepolice.ca/drug-investigation-concludes-with-search-warrants-arrests-and-seizures/

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