Deaths of Indigenous Children in Thunder Bay Waterways Fueling Racial Tensions

Friday, July 7, 2017
Author: 
Nancy Macdonald
Source: 
Maclean's Magazine

Since 2000, seven Indigenous children have been found dead in the Thunder Bay waterways. All but one were boys. Racial tension has increased in the community as Indigenous people work to get police to take the deaths of these children seriously.

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