Chief of Police Addresses Full Moon Memory Walk

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Mayor Hobbs, Chief of Police JP Lesveque and Deputy Chief Hay stand in solidarity at the Full Moon Memory Walk
Mayor Hobbs, Chief of Police JP Lesveque and retired Deputy Chief Hay stand in solidarity at the Full Moon Memory Walk in 2013
Mayor Hobbs, Chief of Police JP Lesveque and Deputy Chief Hay stand in solidarity at the Full Moon Memory Walk
Mayor Hobbs, Chief of Police JP Lesveque and Deputy Chief Hay stand in solidarity at the Full Moon Memory WalkFull

Thunder Bay – At the Full Moon Memory Walk on Thursday, Thunder Bay Chief of Police JP Lesveque shared with the people, how he was honoured to have been invited to participate, and how Deputy Chief Hay and the Thunder Bay Police Service are moving forward.

Chief JP Lesveque at Full Moon Memory Walk

The address to the audience inside City Hall was made without speaking notes, and presented the case to the First Nations community in Thunder Bay and beyond that the Thunder Bay Police Service are reaching out to the community.

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