Prince Albert Police Release Video On MMIWG Day Hoping To Find Missing Woman Pipa News

Prince Albert Police Release Video On MMIWG Day Hoping To Find Missing Woman

On the day of the National Day of Action for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls (MMIWG) and 2SLGBTQ+ People, a video has been released to honor and raise awareness.

The Prince Albert Police Service (PAPS) teamed up with Happy Charles’ family, who has been missing since April 2017, to create a new video seeking information about her location.

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Happy’s family spoke in the video about what they’ve been through with unanswered questions about her whereabouts. With this video collaboration, the family hopes to draw attention to Happy’s disappearance and advocate for information from the public.

“As the days go by, we’re more focused on bringing her home rather than trying to find a conviction,” said Happy’s father Carson Poitras.

“We just want to bring our girl home.”

According to a release, PAPS investigators are still actively investigating Happy Charles’s file and have interviewed a number of witnesses in connection with her disappearance. In the video, there is surveillance footage of Happy at the Prince Albert Collegiate Institute (PACI) around midnight on April 3, 2017. PAPS believes this is the last time anyone has seen her.

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“Somebody knows what happened to Happy Charles,” said PAPS Sgt. Kathy Edwardsen, specializing in historical and missing persons. “Someone has the information we need and we need them to come forward and help Happy’s family find closure.”

According to the police, Happy was born on March 22, 1975. She has brown eyes, black hair and a scar on her left cheek. She has a rose tattoo on her right hand.

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The police ask if anyone has any information about Happy’s disappearance. Contact the police at 306-953-4222 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS, or online at

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