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Maisy Marie Odjick - Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls - CBC

4.8.15

Maisy Marie Odjick - Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls - CBC: According to the RCMP’s database Canada’s Missing, Maisy, along with her best friend Shannon Alexander, 17, were reported missing from Kitigan Zibi Anishinabeg Nation, in Quebec on Sept. 8, 2008.

Laurie said Maisy and her friend were your average teenage girls. They went to high school, gossiped about boys and socialized at the popular local hangouts.

Neither girl was in trouble with the law. Other than experimenting with marijuana from time to time, leading a high-risk lifestyle was the furthest thing from their minds. So when the two suddenly disappeared, it was a shock to everyone who knew them.


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