Three women murdered by alleged serial killer Shawn Lamb
The Winnipeg Police Service is requesting the public’s assistance in locating a missing 25 year old female, Carolyn Marie SINCLAIR. SINCLAIR has not been in contact with her family since December 13th, 2011.
SINCLAIR is known to frequent the West End area of Winnipeg.
SINCLAIR is described as Aboriginal, 5’07”, 160 lbs, medium build, long straight black hair, brown eyes, medium complexion, with a scar over right eye.
Investigators are concerned for the well being of SINCLAIR.
Anyone with information regarding SINCLAIR’S whereabouts is asked to contact the Winnipeg Police Service Missing Persons Unit at 986-6250.
The Brandon Manitoba Police are asking for your help in locating a missing boy.
14 year old Jason Mousseau was last seen the afternoon of January 20th 2012.
Police say he may be in the area of the Long Plains First Nation, although that hasn’t been confirmed.
Mousseau is described as aboriginal, with a slim build, about 5’2.
Anyone with information regarding his whereabouts is asked to call The Brandon Police Service at (204) 729-2345 or Crime Stoppers.
As of October 29, 2012 Brandy has not been found.
The Regina Police Service is asking for help from the public in locating a person who has not had contact with family or friends since January 1, 2012.
Twenty-eight year-old Brandy Rene WESAQUATE, DOB: 1983-02-04, of Regina is described as Aboriginal, about 5’ 10” tall, weighing about 180 pounds, with blonde hair and brown eyes. WESAQUATE was last seen on January 1, 2012, at about 1:30 a.m., at a residence in the 900 block Rae Street. WESAQUATE was last seen wearing blue jeans, a white hoodie, white “board-style” shoes and carrying a white and light blue Adidas backpack. WESAQUATE was reported missing to police on January 10, 2012. Police attempts to locate WESAQUATE have been unsuccessful, prompting this request for information from the public.
Anyone who has seen Brandy Rene WESAQUATE, or knows where she may be, is asked to contact the Regina Police Service at 777-6500, or call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 FEATHER ALERT Red Circle Alert
Ellen Katsi’tsakwas Gabriel Message to the Chiefs of the Assembly of First Nations - Indigenous Uprising on Blip
For Immediate Release March 5th, 2011
Nova Scotia Native Womens Association support Family of Sisters in Spirit (FSIS) in bid to establish Missing Murdered Aboriginal Women data base in light delays and criticism of RCMP in establishing National missing persons data base.
Millbrook, NS— The Nova Scotia Native Womens Association, the only Province wide Aboriginal women’s organization in NS. is supporting the Families of Sisters in Spirit in establishing Missing and Murdered Aboriginal women data base after funding cuts and mandate to NWAC Sister in Spirit has ceased to continue the work of SIS and RCMP delay in establishing data base which leaves families of missing and murdered women left frustrated and in the dark with no clear line of support in either justice, healing and education necessary to address and prevent the preventable loss of Aboriginal women and girls.
March 1st, Toronto Star reports further delays to Establishing National RCMP data base and uncertainty surrounding the ability of the RCMP data base to address and identify issues surrounding Aboriginal identity and with no clear path to ensure that the high incidence of violence, murder and missing Aboriginal women will be addressed.
The loss of 10 million dollars meant to address the issues of missing and murdered women t o be redirected to a non- existent and, perhaps,” inferior” data base, to meet the needs of addressing overwhelming violence against Aboriginal women and girls, is disappointing to families and Aboriginal communities.
Whereas, the Conservative government pulled funding for the initiative it is essential that the families organize themselves to take on the issues that NWAC is no longer mandated and funded to do in keeping the data base active and addressing the outstanding issues of violence and justice for Aboriginal sisters.
Once again the shortcomings of the justice system in Canada are being carried on the shoulders of the families of missing and murdered women. The burden is a heavy burden to place on mothers and fathers, sisters and brothers, sons and daughters of our lost sisters.
Cheryl Maloney, President
Nova Scotia Native Women’s Association
P.O. Box 805
1 -902-751-0077 cell
1-902- 893-7402 office