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Thunder Bay police reopen investigations into deaths of 9 Indigenous people

CBC.ca Tuesday, 18 June 2019
Police in Thunder Bay, Ont., will re-investigate the deaths of nine Indigenous people with the help of outside agencies, the service's chief said at Tuesday's meeting of the city's police services board.
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