Missing Children Society of Canada


Case Solved After 31 Years
A decades-long investigation ended last week when a mother and the son she had not seen in 31 years were reunited through our organization, the Missing Children Society of Canada. On Monday, October 29, 2018, in the Media Gallery of Toronto Police Headquarters, we joined the mother Lyneth Mann-Lewis, the Toronto Chief Of Police Mark Saunders and members of the Organized Crime Enforcement to speak about the investigation and reunification.
The link below is a video of the press event. https://lnkd.in/gx8vMJN 

Our family’s reunification story has been shared globally and below is an article written by the Huffington Post Canada. https://lnkd.in/gCwryjG It is an incredible honour to support Police and protect children across Canada!

Police receive over 45,000 reports of missing children annually; that’s the equivalent of one child every 11 minutes.  On average, 200 are abduction cases, thousands are disappearances and over 30,000 children are considered vulnerable youth who face extreme challenges and dangerous situations including drugs, violence, human trafficking and homelessness. 

Founded in Calgary in 1986, the Missing Children Society of Canada (MCSC) is a national non-profit organization that supports law enforcement and affected families in the active and ongoing search for missing children.  Our mission is to return missing children to a safe haven through professional investigations, emergency response, public awareness and family support programs.

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