Marina Park Death at Ta-chi Park Released
July 8, 2022 Ta-Chi Park closed to public
THUNDER BAY, ONTARIO ~~~~~ July 11, 2022 (LSNews) In a Media release the Thunder Bay Police stated Police have released the scene connected to an ongoing sudden death investigation at the Marina Park.
Thunder Bay Police Service officers with the Primary Response Unit were initially dispatched to the vicinity of the Ta-chi Park just before 7 a.m. on Friday, July 8. When officers arrived they located a deceased adult female.
A post-mortem examination took place in Toronto, and police released the scene in the afternoon hours of Monday, July 11.
The investigation remains ongoing.
We have been advised that the body found was that of an Indigenous female at the Ta-chi Park.
In a media release recieved July 19th by the Sachigo Lake First Nation stated
On July 8, 2022, Eva Whiskeyjack, a beloved member of our community, took her own life in Marina Park in Thunder Bay, Ontario. Eva was a bright young woman who spent the last two years working hard to protect her community from the ravages of the pandemic. She had been a valued member of our team, but more importantly, she was a young mother, providing for her children and family, with hopes and dreams for a better future. We loved her and had hopes and dreams for her too. For First Nations people, the site where a human soul perishes is considered a sacred and somber place.
This is the 2nd death in a city Park
Sudden Death Junot Park
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