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Search to continue for missing Calgary man in Okanagan Lake

Pending approval, the search will likely start on Friday, June 24

 

The Three Watchmen statue, created by hereditary chief of the Staast’as Eagle Clan James Hart, is seen near Parliament Hill on Wednesday June 2, 2021. Advocacy groups are to weigh in on any progress made in the year since the federal government released a plan to end violence against Indigenous women, girls and gender diverse people. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Adrian Wyld

‘National shame:’ Groups decry inaction on violence against Indigenous women, girls

Federal government has made little progress in addressing MMIWG, says advocacy group

 

Shirley Ann Soosay, from Samson Cree Nation, Alta., is seen in an undated handout photo. Soosay's remains were buried in a California cemetery in 1980. On Friday, they are expected to return to her community about 43 years after she was last heard from. THE CANADIAN PRESS/HO-Violet Soosay, *MANDATORY CREDIT*

‘Always hope’: Remains of Cree woman sent home to Alberta decades after disappearance

‘Now there’s closure, there’s healing that can start happening’

 

Sadie and Austin Feener were driving a white Dodge Caravan when they broke down somewhere near Merritt Monday and have not been heard from since. (Contributed)

UPDATE: Alberta couple, and cat, missing in B.C. located

Last heard from near Merritt after their van broke down, couple believed to be near Golden now

Sadie and Austin Feener were driving a white Dodge Caravan when they broke down somewhere near Merritt Monday and have not been heard from since. (Contributed)
Desiree Oldwoman, seen in an "aged composite" image released by the Alberta RCMP missing persons unit, was 21 when she was last seen on Aug. 27, 2011, at her home on the Siksika First Nation east of Calgary. RCMP are renewing efforts to find Oldwoman or determine what happened to her. THE CANADIAN PRESS/HO-Royal Canadian Mounted Police, *MANDATORY CREDIT*

Missing for a decade: Alberta RCMP renew efforts to find missing woman with autism

Desiree Oldwoman of the Siksika First Nation east of Calgary was 21 when she was last seen in 2011

Desiree Oldwoman, seen in an "aged composite" image released by the Alberta RCMP missing persons unit, was 21 when she was last seen on Aug. 27, 2011, at her home on the Siksika First Nation east of Calgary. RCMP are renewing efforts to find Oldwoman or determine what happened to her. THE CANADIAN PRESS/HO-Royal Canadian Mounted Police, *MANDATORY CREDIT*
Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women Girls Commissioner Michele Audette speaks during a press conference at the Manitoba Keewatinowi Okimakanak office in Winnipeg on Tuesday, Oct. 2, 2018. THE CANADIAN PRESS/David Lipnowski

Online threats, racism causing fear for Indigenous women: MMIWG commissioner

A commissioner wonders if Indigenous women feel any safer with threats levelled during recent anti-pipeline protests

Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women Girls Commissioner Michele Audette speaks during a press conference at the Manitoba Keewatinowi Okimakanak office in Winnipeg on Tuesday, Oct. 2, 2018. THE CANADIAN PRESS/David Lipnowski
Ponoka RCMP say 24-year-old Nikita Rabbit went missing around the Centennial Centre Jan. 2. She may be in Ponoka, Maskwacis or Wetaskiwin.                                RCMP photo

Ponoka RCMP searching for missing pregnant First Nations woman

Police say 24-year-old Nikita Rabbit went missing around the Centennial Centre Jan. 2

Ponoka RCMP say 24-year-old Nikita Rabbit went missing around the Centennial Centre Jan. 2. She may be in Ponoka, Maskwacis or Wetaskiwin.                                RCMP photo