|Location||La Loche, Saskatchewan|
|Disappeared||April 21 or 22, 1979|
|Missing for||42 years|
Myrna Madeline Montgrand (born July 21, 1964) was a Dene teenager who was last seen outside somebody's house at 5:00 A.M. She'd spent the night with several friends at a party.
- Short, black hair.
- Brown eyes.
- Healthy teeth.
- A heavy build.
- Dark complexion.
- Blue, denim jacket.
- Blue, denim pants.
- Rubber boots.
Dora LaPrise, Myrna's sister, was told by a man in the community that when he was walking home around the time Myrna disappeared, he heard a girl scream out for her mom near a construction site. Dora believes Myrna is buried under the bar and garage built on that site and wants to see the site excavated.
Myrna's mother passed away without finding out what happened to Myrna. Myrna's niece, who was named after her, has since continued the search for her.