Monday, April 3, 2023 will mark six years since Happy Charles went missing from our community. Happy disappeared on the first Monday in April 2017 and was last seen in the area around Prince Albert Collegiate Institute (PACI).
In the years since Happy went missing, her family, police, and our community have worked to raise awareness about her disappearance and appeal for information that could help locate her. This Monday, Happy’s family and members with the Prince Albert Police Service will once again participate in a walk to raise awareness about Happy’s disappearance.
The walk is planned for 10 a.m. Monday starting near PACI. The walk will proceed directly along 22nd Street, heading West toward to the PAGC billboard across from the Victoria Hospital on 10th Ave. W.
Investigators with the Prince Albert Police Service continue to actively investigate the disappearance of Happy Charles, and have interviewed a number of witnesses in relation to Happy’s disappearance. On October 4, 2022 – the National Day of Action for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls and 2SLGBTQ+ – the Prince Albert Police Service and Happy’s family released a new video and another appeal for information.
Happy Charles was born March 22, 1975. She has brown eyes and black hair and a scar on her left cheek. She has a tattoo of a rose on her right hand.
“Someone has the information we need and we need them to come forward to help Happy’s family find closure,” said Sgt. Kathy Edwardsen with the Historical and Missing Persons section of the Prince Albert Police Service.
If you have information about the disappearance of Happy Charles, please contact police at 306-953-4222 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS, or online at https://www.p3tips.com/248.