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It was all a case of mistaken identity — Pervais was at the wrong place at the wrong time with the wrong coffee cup in Thunder Bay.
"The first thing that came to my head was, 'I have a doctor's appointment. Ogima took note that the male did not match the clothing description," said the police report.
Let me go or charge me.'" Ontario's police watchdog, the Office of the Independent Police Review Director (OIPRD), has ordered Thunder Bay's acting Police Chief Sylvie Hauth to reinvestigate a complaint filed by Pervais over the incident. He noticed Pervais with the Robin's Donuts coffee cup and began to follow him in the cruiser. Ken Ogima was also in the vicinity and went to the Robin's Donuts shortly after the 911 call. "However, the male's height did appear consistent with the complainant's information and he was holding a Robin's coffee cup." While Ogima was in the Robin's shop speaking with the server, he received a call from Hanchuck that a suspect was being unco-operative.
It is one of the most beautiful regions in Canada, but because it is relatively remote from major population centres, it is not as well-known or as frequented as some of our more famous scenic locations.
It is a land of the Canadian Shield, with exposed Precambrian rock, lakes and evergreen forests.
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Samuel Pervais was in a "good mood" that January Saturday morning.Thunder Bay amethyst has been known since the 19th century, and is remarkable for its variety – it occurs in all shades of purple from pale to deep, from warm to cool hues, it is often further coloured by inclusions (most often red, due to included hematite) and once in a while phantoms are also found.It is a long journey to the amethyst mines of the Thunder Bay District, and hopefully this article will bring this beautiful region, its history, geology, mines and collecting experience a bit closer!The most recent glaciers receded from the area approximately 10,000 years ago.The Canadian Shield north of Lake Superior, sculpted by the glaciers Even beyond the glaciers and away from the shoreline of Lake Superior, this region is constantly being visibly reshaped – by heavy storms, and often just by water as it makes its way from higher land down to Lake Superior.Small waterfall, north of Lake Superior, Ontario Speaking of storms, Thunder Bay is named for the sound of the thunderstorms as they roll through.