Search Teams Need Your Help to Find Jordan Wabasse


Jordan WabasseTHUNDER BAY – Right now, the search for Jordan Wabasse is continuing. Searchers on Sunday are continuing to look for the missing young man. As of 9:00 on Sunday morning the call has gone out for help in covering gasoline for searcher’s vehicles. “Gas Money is desperately needed for search purposes. the volunteers have already covered a wide range. About 100 volunteers are expected on Sunday for foot patrol searches.

If you want to donate call 577-1181 ext. 1628.

Somewhere in Thunder Bay there are people who know where Jordan Wabasse is. If you have any information, you are encouraged to share it. That small bit of information you have might just be the missing piece of the puzzle that will help solve this mystery.

Saturday started at 9AM at the Travelodge Airlane with friends, family and supporters on hand to help find Jordan Wabasse. The call for Helpers and Volunteers is getting out there and being answered.

The resources from Nishanable Aski Nation, and from the City of Thunder Bay are helping to make the ongoing effort work.

Thunder Bay Mayor Hobbs and NAN Grand Chief Beardy were on hand at the Airlane Saturday morning to show their support for the family. A representative of the OPP was also on hand for a briefing.

The volunteers who have signed for foot patrol searched around the area of Georgina Bay and Holt Place back trails.

If you’d like help, please come and sign for shift work. The phone number at Airlane Tiberio Room is 577-1181 ext 1628. Volunteer Drivers, Dispatchers, Care Givers, are all needed, as are food donations, cash donations for gasoline for the vehicles involved.

There is a Sacred Fire at the Norwester Best Western if anyone wants to go put tobacco there.

If you have any information, you are requested to share it with either the family, or the Thunder Bay Police Service. If you have any info contact the Thunder Bay Police (807) 684-1200 or his parents (807) 472-3845 or his boarding home (807) 285-7282 ASAP.

Our earlier coverage of this story includes comments from readers, and a another picture of Jordan. Visit and offers this service to families of missing youth. If you have newstips or a missing child or teen, email details to

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