Mackenzie Lee Trottier’s family and friends continue their relentless search for her, almost a year after the Saskatoon woman went missing.
Family, friends and other supporters gathered in downtown Saskatoon for the Find Mackenzie Trottier rally on Sunday.
Her father, Paul Trottier, has counted down the days and hours since family last saw Mackenzie: 335 days or 8,040 hours.
Many family and friends gathered on Sunday, holding poster signs or donning shirts for Mackenzie. Her father says to see the support from the community means the world to him.
“Seeing all these people out here on a cold morning is incredibly warming for our family, knowing that we have that kind of support, it really is spectacular,”
Paul Trottier said.
Mackenzie, 23, was last seen on Dec. 21, 2020, leaving her home in the 300 block of Trent Crescent in Saskatoon.
Her family has never stopped looking for her since then.
Mackenzie’s sisters, Sadie and Laurenne Trottier, say the family has supported each other throughout the time Mackenzie has been missing. They told reporters Sunday they still look for the good in life and have to have hope.
The family is praying she is found as the continual wait is unbearable.