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Her parents expected her to return to their Portage la Prairie, Man. It was a Thursday, and Jennifer was turning She believes Jennifer was in Grand Rapids with her uncle and cousin, and RCMP confirmed she was in town, using photographs that place her at a party.
According to family members, Catcheway was seen for the last time getting into a truck on her birthday, and may have been dropped off or left on a highway. Give her a few days. She just went on this ride with these people that she trusted.
Catcheway says Jennifer was known for valuing family. She was responsible — always leaving notes — and, according to her mom, fiercely loyal. While her husband supports the possibility, Catcheway is not sure.
She worries about the time and money an inquiry would take. Are the lawyers, the judges, whoever? What about the families, and in the end, what will the outcome be? CBC News continues to investigate missing and murdered indigenous women and girls in Canada, looking at the unsolved cases and telling the stories of the families and communities.
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