The RCMP are letting the public know they have found a boy who went missing Monday night.
Cyrus Campeau, 12, was last seen on Smith Street East in Yorkton yesterday evening at the Child and Family Services office.
He was found safe in Yorkton on Tuesday.
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A Saskatoon First Nations activist says the results of Friday's roundtable
on missing and murdered indigenous people are just a tiny step forward on
a very long road.
Leaders of national First Nations, Inuit and Metis organizations, representatives of affected families and officials from provincial, territorial and federal governments gathered Friday for a roundtable on the issue of missing and murdered indigenous women and girls.
An 11-year-old boy from Regina, who was reported missing on Friday morning, has been found.
Robert Hunter Randall Yuzicapi was last seen last seen at 9:30 p.m. on Thursday at a house on the 1400 block of Queen Street.
Police say Yuzicapi returned home Friday evening.
Sitting at the same desk where she got the tragic news, Myrna LaPlante shuffled through all the information she has about the weeks that surrounded her aunt going missing.
"In 2007, September, I'm sitting in this office here and I get a call that our aunt is missing from her home," Myrna said. "My response was, 'What do you mean she's missing?'"
Saskatoon police have since found Heather Friessen.
The City of Regina is now joining the call for an inquiry into missing and murdered indigenous women.
Council passed a motion to send a letter to the federal government Monday night.
Regina joins other Saskatchewan cities like Saskatoon, North Battleford and Prince Albert, along with Premier Brad Wall and the premiers of Ontario, Manitoba and Nova Scotia in calling for an inquiry.
A man suspected in the killing of one teenager and the abduction of another has fled into the bush in an area southeast of Flin Flon, Man., according to RCMP.
Police were called to 17-year-old Kayla Natomagan's house on the Lac La Ronge First Nation early Wednesday morning after a shooting had taken place. When officers arrived, they found a man dead. Natomagan was already gone.
RCMP have tracked down a 14-year-old girl who hadn't been seen since Jan. 29.
Brooklynn Paige Saint was last seen on the afternoon of Jan. 29 in Balgonie. On Tuesday morning, police said they knew Saint was Regina but hadn't tracked her down yet.
A short time later, RCMP confirmed that Saint was at a home in Edenwold.
Two sisters are still missing after their snowmobile crashed into a tree just outside Carrot River Saturday afternoon.
A woman contacted police around 12:50 p.m. and said she received a phone call from a woman named Cassandra.
Cassandra said she was trying to get a hold of her grandmother, Katherine Pierce, but had misdialed because she was disoriented from the crash.
She told the woman she and her sister had crashed her snowmobile into a tree four miles outside Carrot River. She said she couldn't remember her grandmother's phone number.