28 years ago today, 4-year-old Michael Dunahee, left without a trace. It has been 28 years of Michael’s parents asking questions and wondering what happened to him.

Michael Dunahee’s disappearance from a park nestled in the city of Victoria, British Columbia, shook Canada to its core.

The mother of the little boy, Crystal Dunahee, has founded Child Find British Columbia, an organisation with a similar mission to ours.

On March 24, let us remember Michael Dunahee!
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We are so excited to announce the two hosts for our Dragon Boat Challenge on June 9, 2019! DRUM ROLL PLEASE!!!!!

Cat Spencer, Announcer and co-host of the drive show The Beat 5 à 7 at The Beat 92.5, and Kim Sullivan, Weather Specialist & Community Reporter, Global News Morning at Global Montreal will be on-site for the festivities!

Register today to be part of this great event: bit.ly/2SyT55e

See you there!
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This morning, our Youth Coordinator conducted live from our offices, our SHINE workshops to students at St-Rosaire School located in Gaspésie thanks to REACTS!

This electronic platform allows us to reach schools located in remote areas of the province!

If you would like for your child’s school to participate in this unique and educational program, available in both English and French, to schools (on-site or via REACTS) all across Quebec, please contact Cynthia Patenaude at 514 843-4333 or c.patenaude@reseauenfantsretour.ong

Let’s build safer and stronger communities in Quebec!
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The Missing Children's Network is pleased to inform you that 17-year-old Miassa Ait-Adda Dutremble, has been found. Thank you to all of those who shared her picture. ... See MoreSee Less

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Today we are started spring on the right foot by educating more than 250 students from Maurice L. Duplessis School on how to stay safe!

We shared safety tips like this one:

There is safety in numbers!
A child that is accompanied by a friend is less likely to be accosted by an individual with questionable intentions.

Check out your child’s friends and get to know their parents and other adults who spend time with your child.
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