Fort William First Nation and Guardian Angels Talk Community Safety

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The Guardian Angels way is to work with communities, Fort William First Nation and the Guardian Angels are continuing that process.
The Guardian Angels way is to work with communities, Fort William First Nation and the Guardian Angels are continuing that process.
The Guardian Angels way is to work with communities, Fort William First Nation and the Guardian Angels are continuing that process.
The Guardian Angels way is to work with communities, Fort William First Nation and the Guardian Angels are continuing that process.

THUNDER BAY – Fort William First Nation and the Guardian Angels held a meeting today to discuss community safety in the community.

Chief Georjann Morriseau said, “It was awesome to have Guardian Angels out today. Lots of great discussion and questions. Looking forward to more of these get togethers and working with them”.

“What I appreciated hearing was ‘We’re not here to do it for you we want to do it with you’ ,” added Morriseau. “A nice compliment to our existing efforts”.

Ian Hodgkinson from the Guardian Angels said, “Thank you to Chief and Council , and the community of the Fort William First Nation for an amazing day!”

“A lot of progress and a great start to growing with our new brothers and sisters!”

Chief Morriseau stated, “Our children will benefit from this if we do it right”.

Hodgkinson says, “The First Nation will be involved in the Angels, and we will have Aboriginal youth in all our programs, including safety patrols”.

This first meeting is historic in that it is the first time that a First Nation Community in Canada and the Guardian Angels are working together at this level.

The Guardian Angels are new to Thunder Bay and already making a difference assisting people.
The Guardian Angels are new to Thunder Bay and already making a difference assisting people.

For more information, or to get involved visit the Guardian Angels Canada on Facebook

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