From KI First Nation to Webequie First Nation for Jordan

Walkers 1
Peggy Beardy, Danny Sakakeep, Vince Mckay & Nelson Beardy
Walkers 1
Peggy Beardy, Danny Sakakeep, Vince Mckay & Nelson Beardy

Kitchenuhmaykoosib Inninuwug First Nation – On Tuesday, March 8, 2001 at approximately 6:30 am, Danny Sakakeep and I (Peggy Beardy) left our home community of Kitchenuhmaykoosib Inninuwug First Nation along with Wapekeka First Nation’s Vince Mckay and Nelson Beardy to start on our journey to Webequie First Nation.

Danny Sakakeep and Peggy Beardy arrived in Webequie First Nation @ 12:00 am EST on March 17, 2011

Thank you to all that had joined us on our walk and who had continued on with us. Without you we could not have completed our awareness walk to spread the word and most importantly the “HOPE” of finding Jordan;


WAPEKEKA FIRST NATION ~ Vince Mckay, Nelson Beardy

KINGFISHER FIRST NATION ~ Kristy Sainnawap, Bryan Sainnawap

KASABONIKA FIRST NATION ~ Raymond D Mckay, Christopher T Anderson, Evangeline Anderson

NIBINAMIK FIRST NATION ~ Shirley Oshkineegish, Melanie Neshinapaise, Matthias Wabasse, Kesley Jacob, Marie Yellowhead

WEBEQUIE FIRST NATION ~ Lorna Troutlake, Evan Troutlake, Gideon Troutlake, Kevin Shewaybick, James Bluecoat

We also would like to thank the following person(s):

BERNICE & DEREK JACOB and their sons for meeting up with us in their home community of Webequie First Nation;

Drivers ~ Debra Beardy, James Rae, Geraldine Mckoop, Brent Beardy, Jodi Albany, Roy Sainnawap, Bellamie Bighead, and two vehicles and drivers from Summer Beaver(we never got the names)

Webequie Councillor ~ Randy Jacob

Webequie Members ~ Norman Shewaybick and Romeo Jacob

Chief & Council and also the community of Webequie First Nation for their hospitality

Ashweig Winter Road Corporation and crew for the use of their trailers.

Kingfisher Lake First Nation Chief and Council.

The people of Kingfisher for their support and assistance.

Nibinamik (Summer Beaver) First Nation Chief and Council for their hospitality and assistance.

KI Chief and Council for everything.

Wunnumin Lake First Nation Chief Angees and First Lady Sheila for stopping and sharing your support.

Nelson Beardy ~ We really appreciated you for going out of your way to walk with us. Even though you didn’t finish the walk with us, we acknowledge you for the time you gave and the length of time you walked.

Danny Sakakeep and Peggy Beardy

A completed walk, a task that needs your help to keep searching for Jordan!

To keep up to date on the progress of the search visit

To help make a difference:

Make a monetary donation @ Royal Bank of Canada

Transit: 01602

Institution: 003

Account: 132-271-8

***updated FEB15/2011

Cashlink Card (Northern Store): 03911354

Cheques and Money Orders payable to:

Webequie First Nation

Re: Search Jordan Wabasse

*receipts can be requested, tax deductable

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