September 22, 2020

Family still in search of answers one year after 22-year-old disappeared

The family of a missing Alberta woman is still looking for answers one year after her disappearance. 22-year-old Shae-Lynn McAllister of the Horse Lake First Nation was last seen in July of 2019. Her mother, Trudy McAllister says her family is desperate for an explanation.

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