The Air Canada Foundation Helps Conquer Sexual Exploitation of Quebec Youth!

The Missing Children’s Network is proud to announce that the Air Canada Foundation will support its sexual exploitation prevention program with a donation of $25,000. This generous donation will contribute to improving the program through the creation of educational tools to help youth recognize the dangers of exploitation.

The program to prevent sexual exploitation and trafficking of Quebec youth is a preventive approach for educators, parents and community stakeholders. This program will teach youth how to recognize the dangers of sexual exploitation. It will also involve…Read more

At the request of the Sûreté du Québec, the Missing Children’s Network is seeking your collaboration in the search for 16 year-old Shane Girard, last seen back on October 5th in Sept-Îles. ... See MoreSee Less

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Plus que quelques jours avant l’Halloween! Transmettez les bons bons réflexes à vos enfants : Rappelez-leur de ne s’approcher d’aucun véhicule et de ne jamais accepter de se faire conduire à moins d’avoir une permission.


Only a few days left before Halloween! Provide your children with some sweet advice: Remind them to never approach any vehicle or accept a ride unless they have your permission to do so.
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Le 15 octobre 1977, Jacques Chaput fût aperçu pour la dernière fois alors qu’il quittait son domicile du Cap-de-la-Madeleine. Sa famille retrouva une lettre dans laquelle le jeune homme de 17 ans indiquait son intention d’aller vivre en Ontario. Depuis ce jour, sa famille demeure sans nouvelles du jeune homme.

Quarante ans c’est une période interminable pour une famille sans nouvelle. Jacques est-il encore en vie? Se porte-t-il bien? Est-il heureux? Tellement de questions sans réponse.
S’il vous plaît, aidez la famille Chaput à trouver des réponses après tant de temps.


On October 15, 1977, Jacques Chaput was last seen leaving home in Cap-de- la-Madeleine. His family found a letter in which the 17-year-old teen stated wanting to live in Ontario. He has not been seen nor heard from since that fateful day.

Forty years is a long time for any family to be without any news from a loved one. Is Jacques alive today? Is he well? Is he happy? So many questions remain unanswered.
Please help the Chaput family to find the answer they have been seeking for such a long time.
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Êtes-vous à la recherche d’une expérience de consolidation d’équipe innovatrice, énergique, colorée et inoubliable à laquelle tous vos employés, amis ou collègues pourront participer? Songez à inscrire un bateau à notre compétition car c’est déjà le temps de s’inscrire pour notre évènement de Bateau Dragon 2018!

Le dimanche 10 juin, venez ramer avec nous au nom des enfants disparus. Le défi annuel aura lieux aux écluses Saint-Paul sur les berges du canal Lachine.

C’est une journée qui sera remplie de plaisirs pour la famille; compétition, musique et activités seront au rendez-vous!

Pour vous inscrire et pour toute question concernant cette activité, communiquez avec Jessica Vitulano au 514 843-4333 ext. : 230 ou par courriel [email protected]


Are you looking for a novel, high-energy, colourful and memorable teambuilding experience that all your employees, friends or colleagues can be a part of? Consider entering a boat into our competition because it is already time to register for our Dragon Boat 2018!

On Sunday June 10th, make a real difference in the lives of missing children. Our annual challenge will take place along the St-Paul Locks on the historic Lachine Canal.

From friendly races, to live music, to fun-filled activities for the entire family to enjoy, the shores along the canal will come alive!

To register or for more information regarding this activity, please contact Jessica Vitulano at 514 843-4333 ext. 230 or [email protected]
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At the request of the SPVG, the Missing Children’s Network is seeking your collaboration in the search for 16 year-old Angélique Gilbert-Therrien, last seen back on August 26th in Gatineau. ... See MoreSee Less

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Our Safety Workshops Are Back Again!

Since September 20th, our prevention animators began their safety presentations in local schools in the Greater Montreal area. Through role-playing and activities, our interactive workshops empower children with the skills and knowledge needed to stay safe in their...

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Addressing Your Child’s Concerns in Times of Crisis

The kidnapping of a 6-year-old boy has sent shockwaves throughout the country and shattering our sense of security and trust. In times of crisis, it’s important to re-establish a child’s sense of security and trust. When talking to your children, it’s most important...

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Your financial help allows us to offer quality services to families and professionals.

Eighty-six cents ($0.86) of every dollar received goes directly to our recovery and prevention programs.

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Heartfelt words of gratitude

An American woman wrote to us the morning of March 29th to thank us for the help that we provided her with 19 years-ago when she was reunited with her son. Her kind words were for our Senior Case Manager, Patrick Bergeron:

“Hi Patrick,

It was wonderful speaking with you today.  When I think of you, I am filled with gratitude that you were there for me and Sam when we needed you most.  Thank you for what you did for us and thank you for everything you do for missing children and their families.  You are a giant among men.”

This kind of testimony motivates our team to continue its quest to reunite families with their children!


Mother of Sam, missing child recovered on March 29, 1998

Since I have been donating to your organization, I have been very lucky not to have lost any of my children and I now have 4 grandchildren!  I will always continue to support this cause that is very dear to me. Losing a child for a mere 20 seconds is such a dreadful feeling, and I could never ever imagine feeling like this until my child was returned home.  I wish that so many other parents could share the same blessing I have had. My heart goes out to everyone who has a missing child. Keep up the fantastic work Pina , please. You and your team are amazing!! Sandra Bolduc

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