By Holly McKenzie-Sutter THE CANADIAN PRESS Jurors at a coroner’s inquest into the deaths of two Indigenous men in Thunder Bay police custody began deliberations Friday about the manner in which Don Mamakwa and Roland McKay died, and are considering recommendations to prevent similar deaths in the future. Closing arguments and proposed recommendations, including a sobering centre and better training for police and paramedics, were heard a day earlier at the inquest into Mamakwa’s 2014 death and McKay’s 2017 death. Both men, who were related, died of medical conditions after being arrested for suspected public intoxication. Neither were seen by a doctor or nurse before they died, and evidence has been heard that they had chances of survival had they been taken to a hospital. Coroner David Cameron told the
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