‘A place that nobody wants to be:’ Police search Saskatoon landfill for missing woman

By Canadian Press The father of a missing woman looked out over the Saskatoon landfill Wednesday, as police wearing white chemical-resistant suits scoured through piles of debris looking for evidence of his daughter. “It’s a cold morning,” said Paul Trottier. “This is a place that nobody wants to be.” Mackenzie Lee Trottier was 22 when she was last seen in December 2020. She said she was going to get a lift with a ride-booking service when she left her family’s home. She was in good spirits, said her father. More than three years later, Paul Trottier looked on as officers accompanied by dogs specialized in searching for human remains began examining a specific area of the landfill. Officers went in and out of a large white tent, moving wheelbarrows of…

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