Six police officers for Wendake, that’s not enough, argues Konrad Sioui

Funding needs are glaring at the Wendake community police department, said the grand chief of the Huron-Wendat nation, Konrad Sioui.

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This cry for help comes less than two days after two young children were found murdered in the Huron-Wendate reserve.

“We had a significant increase last year, and that’s just to meet basic needs,” he said in an interview with Benoît Dutrizac on QUB radio. If we want to have civil protection, security in our communities […] our police must be [bien] equipped and able to earn decent wages. “

Listen to Konrad Sioui’s full interview.

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