"Eleven years ago to the day, Maggie Burke left her Edmonton apartment at 118th Avenue and 95th Street to meet a friend. "It's been a nightmare," said her mother Marie Burke. "A nightmare that we haven't really been able to wake up from." Burke spoke to reporters Wednesday at an Edmonton police news conference, near where her 21-year-old daughter disappeared so many years ago, in an effort to generate new tips in the case." http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/edmon...-tips-in-disappearance-11-years-ago-1.3357903 Snip> "Even though it's been 11 years, we think somebody out there might know something, as small as a tip it might be," said Sgt. Neil Zurawell, of the police service's missing person's unit. "They might think it's insignificant, but it could make the difference." Zurawell said police have little to go on in the case, one of 83 historical files dating back to the 1970s that are being investigated. Police have their suspicions, but don't have enough information to know exactly what happened, he said".