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Keeping Hope Alive International Missing Children’s Day

Keeping Hope Alive International Missing Children’s Day

Keeping Hope Alive - International Missing Children's Day MONTRÉAL, May 25, 2022 —The theme for this year’s Missing Children’s Month was Hope Blooms. Throughout the month, the Missing Children’s Network worked diligently to raise awareness about the plight of missing...

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Bridging The Gap With Indigenous Communities

Bridging The Gap With Indigenous Communities

In September, it was with great joy and excitement that as a member of the Missing Children’s Network, I had the opportunity to fly to Nunavik for a second time! Getting out and meeting Inuit communities means accessing the generosity, knowledge and sensitivity of...

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Home Alone

Home Alone

Reference : Spotlight on Safety Volume 2 – Home Alone As a working parent you may, at times, have to work longer hours and this may require leaving your child alone at home. Before leaving your child alone, you must ask yourself if you have provided him with the...

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2021 Annual Poster

2021 Annual Poster

In honor of International Missing Children's Day, here is the latest version of our annual poster featuring 12 unresolved missing children cases.

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A Very Warm Welcome to Todd Coleman!

A Very Warm Welcome to Todd Coleman!

The Missing Children’s Network is proud to welcome Mr. Todd Coleman as Honourary President of our 14th Annual Golf Classic. Mr. Coleman holds a juris doctorate and a bachelor’s degree in computer information systems. Todd Coleman is the President and CEO of eStruxture...

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Launch of Missing Children’s Month #forgetmenot

Launch of Missing Children’s Month #forgetmenot

Press Release For immediate release Launch of Missing Children’s Month Montreal, May 1, 2021 – Today, the Missing Children’s Network officially launched Missing Children’s Month with this year’s theme, “Forget-Me-Not“. The objective of this month is to raise awareness...

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