TimeLine of Events
September 6, 2008 (Saturday)
Maisy Odjick stayed the night at Shannon Alexander's the previous night, which was a Friday.  
Shannon walked her dad, Bryan Alexander, to the bus station at about noon while Maisy slept in at
Shannon's house.   Bryan took the bus to Ottawa, ON, to paint his son's place.
September 7, 2008 (Sunday)
Maisy's mom and grandmother cannot get a hold of Maisy and get a bit worried.  They feel that she'll
soon call.
September 8, 2008 (Monday)
Maisy's grandma, Lisa Odjick, goes to Brian Alexander's house. They exchange information and both
become heightened with worry. Maisy's mom Laurie starts calling around to all of her friends, finding out
bits and pieces of information as to who was the last person to see  Maisy.  Police are alerted.
September 12, 2008 (Friday)
Kitigan Zibi Chief Gilbert Whiteduck arranges a press conference in Kitigan Zibi at the Cultural Center
for 10am.  Laurie Odjick and Brian Alexander both make pleas to the cameras for their girls to come
home.
September 19, 2008 (Friday)
Maisy's Mom, Laurie Odjick, along with Francis McDougall, arrange for a search in Ottawa, ON.  A group of 20
volunteers gather posters together and go 2 by 2 all over Ottawa and Gatineau handing out posters, posting at
businesses and bus stops and visually looking for the two girls.  Despite all efforts, no new information is found.
September 23, 2008 (Tuesday)
Marcel Brascoupe, along with Maisy's Mom, Laurie Odjick, arrange for a river search in Kitigan Zibi.  
Community members, Bernard Dumont and Joanne Cote, volunteer their boats for the search.  Many
volunteers come to help in the river search. No new information is found.
September 25, 2008 (Thursday)
Marcel Brascoupe, along with Maisy's Mom, Laurie Odjick, arrange for a ground search in Kitigan Zibi.  
Again, many volunteers come to help in the ground search. No new information is found.
October 1, 2008 (Wednesday)
After talking with Maisy's Mom, Laurie Odjck, and Shannon's Dad, Brian Alexander, I put together this
website, publish it, and advertise on facebook groups.
October 4, 2008 (Saturday)
A second press conference is arranged by the Assembly of First Nations and National Chief, Phil Fontaine.  
The families along with the Kitigan Zibi Chief, Gilbert Whiteduck, are present in Ottawa for the press
conference.   Afterward, everyone heads to Parliament Hill, to participate in the Sisters-In-Spirit Vigil.
Lynda Kitchikeesic Juden organizes a 3 day search in the Ottawa area for Saturday, October 11th , Sunday
October 12th, and Monday October 13th, 2008.
October 10, 2008 (Friday)
December 7, 2008 (Sunday)
house, the last place the girls were seen.  The Search and Rescue Global 1 Team brought a team of over 30 The
KZ Chief and Council & the KZ police assisted in a community search surrounding Shannon Alexanders house,
the last place the girls were seen.  The Search and Rescue Global 1 Team brought a team of over 30 The KZ
Chief and Council & the KZ police assisted in a community search surrounding Shannon Alexanders searchers
and the Ottawa Valley Search and Rescue Dog Association brought a team of 6 members and 2 dogs.  Despite
a tremendous effort of over 100 searchers, no new information was found.