Tag: Thane Chartrand

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My Damaged Suitcase – Life After Policing

Retirement is the occupational hazard they don’t really tell you about. It wasn’t highlighted as such on the job application. Albeit inevitable, retiring from policing […]

Detective Thane Chartrand (Photo JGJ)
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Life Behind the Blue Wall – An Exit Interview

You hear a lot about the “thin blue line.” The media often paints an ugly picture of it by attaching negative stereotypes and connotations to […]

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D/Sgt Thane Alexander Chartrand – A True Aboriginal Success Story

I haven’t done the research on this one but I’m confident Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan hasn’t produced many top-notch Indigenous Homicide Investigators. Detective Sergeant Thane Chartrand happens to […]

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“JUST ANOTHER DEAD INDIAN” – The Racial Divide

I’d never heard of Tears for Justice founder Gladys Radek before I read an article in the Winnipeg Sun yesterday penned by reporter Dean Pritchard. […]