Continuing the search for Mackenzie Trottier, 11 months after the Saskatoon woman disappeared

Mackenzie Lee Trottier’s family and friends continue to search for her relentlessly, almost a year later Saskatoon missing woman.


Family, friends and other supporters gathered in downtown Saskatoon to Find Mackenzie Trottier rally on Sunday.

Her father, Paul Trottier, has been counting down the days and hours since the family last saw Mackenzie: 335 days or 8,040 hours.

Many family and friends gathered on Sunday, holding signs and posters or giving Mackenzie shirts. Her father says that support from the community means the world to him.

“Seeing all of you here on a cold morning is so heartwarming for our family, knowing we have such support, it’s truly breathtaking.”
Paul Trottier said.

Mackenzie, 23, was last seen on December 21, 2020, leaving his home in the 300 block of Trent Crescent in Saskatoon.

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Her family hasn’t stopped looking for her ever since.

Mackenzie’s sisters, Sadie and Laurenne Trottier, said the family supported each other during Mackenzie’s disappearance. They told reporters on Sunday that they are still looking for the good things in life and there must be hope.

The family is praying she is found because the constant wait is unbearable.

They say knowing that people, including strangers, are interested and have joined the search means they are not alone.

Sadie said: “The support from everywhere, almost from all over the world, is crazy – to see how many people care and want to help someone they never knew and a family they didn’t know. never knew.

Paul says there has been some advice but nothing has led to anything at this point.

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He said the family will not stop finding or spreading information in Saskatchewan and throughout Canada.

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Paul admits his daughter may be a little embarrassed to see all the support, but she will also feel an honor, a sense of community and belonging and love.

He recalled some of his favorite memories of Mackenzie, like when she sang outside.

“She has a great voice, and I know I’m a father but she really has a great voice. I would love to hear her voice again and would love to sing with her again in the wild,” Paul told reporters.

“If we don’t raise awareness about it, it’s really within reach. I think it’s really important for all of us to remember that there are people who go missing and people who go missing all the time,” Paul said.

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“In our case, Mackenzie has been missing for 11 months. Sometimes we forget. We are flooded with information and it is really important for us to constantly keep in mind that someone is indeed missing in our family,” he added.

Paul said the family regularly checks in with the police, if not weekly then at least every two weeks.

“Someone out there knows something, and we just want that information back to the police so we can get our daughter home,” Paul said.

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A rally was also held in downtown Calgary and Edmonton on Sunday.

Supporters gather in front of Calgary City Hall on Sunday for the Find Mackenize rally.

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A group gathers in Edmonton to raise awareness for the missing Saskatoon woman, MacKenzie Trottier.


Paul adds that there is also a cash reward of more than $20,000 for anyone with information leading to Mackenzie’s safe return.

Anyone with information about Mackenzie can contact his family, Saskatoon Police or Crime Stoppers.

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