Day 19 in the Search for Jordan Wabasse

Jordan Wabasse NAN
Jordan Wabasse at Intercity
Jordan Wabasse at Intercity Mall on Feb. 7 Jordan was last seen wearing a dark grey jacket, purple hoodie, blue-grey Toronto Maple Leafs ball cap on backwards, black pants and white Adidas running shoes

THUNDER BAY – Day 19 in the search for Jordan Wabasse has started. The call for volunteers is out there, and if you can help, you are asked to come to the Fort William First Nation Search headquarters. Just cross the James Street Bridge and follow the signs. There are searchers on foot patrol, and more people are needed.

As well, volunteers are needed to cook, as all the volunteers are been feed. On Friday helpers enjoyed chili from the Victoria Inn, and traditional food brought in from Cat Lake First Nation. The fish, (Oganz) and Mooseweeass lunches were appreciated.

Help Find Jordan Wabasse volunteers are requested to help in the headquarters to cook, or clean as well.

The call from the Search Committee has gone out to share the links on this story, and the Facebook link. To date, outside of the Thunder Bay region, the only print or online main stream media coverage of the missing Webequie First Nation teen has been in the Guelph Mercury paper. Share the links, and Jordan’s story with your local newspapers, and help get the word out into Winnipeg, Toronto, and all the communities in-between.

There have been not official updates from the Thunder Bay Police Service since February 23rd.

Help Find Jordan WabasseYou can help out too by making a financial donation. Keeping the growing number of volunteers going is taking money. You can donate by making a deposit to the Royal Bank in the special account set up by the Search Committee. You can donate by making a deposit on the Northern Link Card, or in person at the Search Headquarters.

Increasingly the feeling is that someone knows something they are not sharing with the family, or with police. If you have information on Jordan Wabasse, you can contact the Thunder Bay Police at 807-684-1200 or Crimestoppers if you wish to be anonymous.

Make a monetary donation @ Royal Bank of Canada

Transit: 01602

Institution: 003

Account: 132-271-8

Cashlink Card (Northern Store): 03911354

Cheques and Money Orders payable to:

Webequie First Nation

Re: Search Jordan Wabasse

*receipts can be requested, tax deductable

Cash can be donated in person: At the Fort William Band Hall/ Community Centre located on James Street South, just over the James Street Bridge on the FWFN side.

What else can you do? Join the Facebook site set up to help.  Click Help Find Jordan Wabasse.

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