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Project Devote

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Early in the morning on July 17, 1991, 19-year-old Glenda Morrisseau and her sister were at the Stock Exchange Hotel bar in Winnipeg located on Logan Avenue and Arlington Street.

When the bar closed, Glenda and her sister accompanied two friends to their residence nearby on Beacon Street.

Around 3:00 a.m. on July 17th, Glenda, her sister and another female friend left the residence to go to their own home, which was only a few blocks away. 

Glenda told her sister and friend that she wanted to go downtown, and she eventually got into what was described by one witness as a small blue/ grey car and by another as a large brown station wagon.

That was the last confirmed time that Glenda was seen alive.

Twenty-two days later, on August 7, 1991, Glenda Morrisseau's body was found in an equipment lot at 407 Youville Street in St. Boniface. An autopsy determined that Glenda had been murdered.

Glenda, who was an Aboriginal woman with shoulder length, curly black hair, was approximately 5'2 and 110 lbs at the time.

Project Devote, the Manitoba task force of the Winnipeg Police Service and the Royal Canadian Mounted Police focusing on missing and murdered exploited person's investigations, encourages anyone who can provide information about Glenda's homicide to contact police.

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