New information in case of missing Native teen
The RCMP has received new information in the case of Norman Wayne Louison, a teen from the Kahkewistahaw First Nation who went missing over 30 years ago.

Louison was 15 when he was last seen in November 1977. He had been to a party on the nearby Cowessess First Nation.

The RCMP plans to excavate four sites at Cowesses as part of the case. But Louison's family isn't optimistic, one of his brothers said.

"We did a lot of searching and we got a lot of people phoning and telling us that they had tips. But every time we checked out the tips, we never found anything," Urbin Louison told CBC News.

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