It was Sunday afternoon in Pelican Narrows and a two-year-old boy hadn't been seen for almost a full day.
That's when 17-year-old Kenny Canada and 24-year-old Jeffrey Custer got the call to help search.
The young men were about three-quarters of a mile behind the Opawikoscikan School which is known as the "ski hill."
"We were standing there in the rocks and then we heard a baby crying. We checked and that was him," Canada said.
The pair had been looking for the child for about 15 minutes when the crying led them into the bush.
Police have found a nine-year-old boy who was reported missing Friday afternoon.
Jonte Montgrand went missing from the 2900 block of 33rd Street West around 2 p.m. He was found several hours later.
The police thank the public's help in helping find Jonte.
As the sun rose on Friday morning following a candlelight vigil, dozens of names marked the sidewalk in chalk along Albert Street Bridge with banners reading “gone but never forgotten.”
Evening Star helped to organize a walk and 24-hour vigil for missing and murdered Aboriginal women in Regina. Walking along the east side of the bridge she reads off names like Danita, Richele and Kelly written in sidewalk chalk. Each first name is labeled with either missing or murdered. Above those names are a few posters with photos of the missing women.
A 24-hour vigil starting Thursday night in Regina aims to remind people about the all-too-high number of missing and murdered aboriginal women in the city and the country.
The candle light vigil is being held on the sidewalk of the Albert Memorial Bridge on Albert Street from 8 p.m. Thursday to 8 p.m. Friday. It's being kicked off by a march that starts at the Cree Land Mini-Mart at 7 p.m. and goes to the bridge.
The Regina Police Service are thanking the public for its help finding a missing 14-year-old girl.
The police first asked for help on Thursday, August 14 to find Dayrien Ruckaber who hadn't been seen since around 10:30 p.m. Wednesday, August 13.
On Monday, the police said Ruckaber had been found on Sunday and returned to her family.
Saskatoon police are asking for the public's help in finding a 13 year old girl.
Daisy Lynn Linklater of the Yellowquill First Nation was reported missing to police Monday. She was last seen on 20th Street and 2nd Avenue in downtown Saskatoon at around midnight Saturday, August 9.
Linklater is described as 5'5", 120 lbs, with brown, mid-length hair and dimples. She was last seen wearing a red tank top, grey sweater, floral print pants, and grey Nike shoes.
What was supposed to be a fun long weekend out on the lake ended in tragedy.
36-year-old Travis Kruszelnicki drowned Friday night while out fishing with his friend and the friend's 10-year-old nephew. They were standing in the water when a storm rolled in and five-foot waves came crashing down. All three were swept into the lake.
Sometimes it takes days, sometimes years, and in rare cases even decades for police to find a missing person. Whatever length of time it takes one thing is for sure: it’s an arduous and daunting task.
More than a decade has gone by since Courtney Struble was last seen in Estevan, but to this day, RCMP continue to actively search for any trace of her.
Struble vanished in 2004 after leaving a friend’s place. She was just 13 at the time. Mounties believe she was murdered.
Police in Moose Jaw are asking the public for help in locating a missing man.
Friends and family of 43-year-old Timothy Lockard are worried about his well being.
He was last seen on Thursday, July 24 wearing a sleeveless shirt, shorts and shoes. Police haven't released any other details which could identify Lockard.