We need your help in solving cases of missing Indigenous women and girls
2022 Missing Campaign – Sisters in Spirit
The start of the campaign in October was chosen to coincide with the Sisters in Spirit Vigil held by the Native Women's Association of Canada each October 4th. On this day we honour the lives of missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls.
This ten-week initiative is an opportunity for communities across the country to be involved by sharing information that may generate tips for investigating officers. With the public's help we hope to bring these missing women and girls home, and seek justice and closure for families.
Mary Rose Keadjuk
Last seen: June 28, 1990
Where: Yellowknife, Northwest Territories
Mary Rose Keadjuk was last seen between late June and August 1990 in Yellowknife, Northwest Territories, and was reported missing in September 1990. At the time of her disappearance, Mary Rose was residing at the Gold Range Hotel.
Images and information contained in this website may be disturbing to some viewers. Reasonable effort has been made to present cases of unidentified remains in a way that is not offensive or uncomfortable for the viewer or disrespectful of the deceased.
The National Centre for Missing Persons and Unidentified Remains (NCMPUR) of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) is Canada's national centre that assists law enforcement, medical examiners and chief coroners with missing persons and unidentified remains investigations across the country.
This website features profiles of missing persons and unidentified remains that have been published at the request of the primary investigator from either police, coroner or medical examiner agency. The lead investigator determines when and whether to publish a case.
This website does not include a listing of profiles for all missing persons and unidentified remains in Canada.
This site provides descriptions and images of missing persons, along with details about where they were last seen.
Please review the cases and learn how to submit a tip. Investigators review every tip that comes in, and even a small detail could be the key to bringing another child home.
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