Concerned Citizens of Thunder Bay to Meet Tonight


THUNDER BAY – Concerned Citizens of Thunder Bay started on Facebook, and has grown in a very short time to an active discussion group of over five hundred people. Tonight the group shifts its focus and will hold a public meeting to discuss the issues concerning our community. The meeting will take place at the Mary J. L. Black Library on Tuesday starting at 7PM. The meeting is scheduled to last two hours.

The group states, “The goal of this public forum will be to come up with concrete solutions to the following issues that have been most expressed by the community in no particular order:

1. Policing
2. Community Inclusion
3. Mental Health Support
4. Addictions Strategy

Everyone is encouraged to attend.

All members of the community will have the opportunity to come forward with questions/comments/concerns/suggestions/solutions.

If there are any issues that we don’t get to touch on during the meeting, please bring them forward to us. These issues go across all three levels of government, so we will invite all dignitaries and political figures from our community and outlying areas”.

The event will be live-streamed and broadcast online on

Visit the group on Facebook.

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