Human Rights Complaint Filed by Former Police Services Board Chair

Fort William First Nation Chief Georjann Morriseau
Georjann Morriseau - Fort William First Nation

Thunder Bay – NEWS – Georjann Morriseau, the former chair of the Thunder Bay Police Services Board has filed a human rights complaint against the Chief of Police, Deputy Chief, the lawyer for the Police Services Board, the current chair of the board, the board secretary, and members of the board as well.

The complaint was filed at the Ontario Human Rights Tribunal. Morriseau alleges that that she was subject to continued harassment because she is Indigenous.

Willow Fiddler, writing for the Globe and Mail broke the news on Monday.

There has been no comment as yet from the Police Services Board.

The chair of the Police Services Board is Thunder Bay city councillor Kristen Oliver who represents the Westfort Ward.

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