Put Safety at the Top of Your Checklist When Getting Children Ready for School!

In a few days, thousands of young children will be returning to school.  In order to ensure that children get to-and-from school more safely, the Missing Children’s Network encourages families to take a few minutes and review these valuable rules and tips with their children: choose the safest route between home and school and practice it with them, reminding them to avoid shortcuts and to always stay in well-lit areas…

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On September 27, 1963, 6-year-old Diane Carrier went to the park to let her brother know that the supper was ready. Her brother returned home without ever meeting her. The young girl has not been seen since. Today, we are honouring Diane.

Even after 53 years, it is possible to help a family find the answer they have been searching for. Thank you for helping us keep hope alive for Diane and her family.
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Safety Tip of the Day – Trusting One’s Instincts

Teach your child to always trust his instincts and remind him that he has the right to say NO! to anyone and in any situation that leaves him feeling scared, uncomfortable or threatened. Statistics show that the majority of kidnappings and aggressions are committed by people known to the child. Would-be child abductors often make themselves look "friendly" and "nice" in order to coax children to willingly follow them.

Children need to be empowered with positive messages and safety skills that will not only build their self-esteem and self-confidence but also help keep them safer in everyday situations. For more information about the stranger/danger myth, please click on the following link: reseauenfantsretour.ong/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/Spotlight-on-Safety-Volume-21-The-Stranger-Dan...
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At the request of the SPVM, the Missing Children’s Network is seeking your collaboration in the search for 17-year-old Kaynat Ahmad last seen back on September 10th, 2016 in Montreal.
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The Missing Children's Network is pleased to inform you that Alexandra Martel missing since September 11th, 2016 has been found. Thank you to all those that shared her picture. ... See MoreSee Less

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On September 21, 1988, 20-year-old Melanie Temperton vanished from her home in Mascouche without leaving a trace. She never returned home and has never been seen nor heard from since that fateful day. Today, we are honouring Melanie.

Even after 28 years, it is possible to help a family find the answer they have been searching for. Thank you for helping us keep hope alive for Melanie and her family.
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Montreal Police Brotherhood Annual Beans Day

On Friday, October 14th, for the 50th consecutive year, the Montreal Police Brotherhood will be hosting its Annual Beans Day, in Aid of the Missing Children’s Network (For Delivery Only). Last year, this event raised over $66,000 and was shared amongst 150 community...

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Back-to-school Safety Game

Put Safety at the Top of the List When Getting Children Ready For School! We believe that it is possible to discuss personal safety issues in a fun and non-threatening manner. As children prepare to return to school, we invite parents to download a copy of our...

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Gianni Lamanuzzi

Owner, Penshu

I lost my keys and have been wondering where they are.  All at once, I looked over at my two-year-old son and for some reason, I began to think what it must feel like to have a missing child.  I cannot even begin to fathom the unbearable grief and suffering that families of missing children live each day. I had to make a donation.

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Missing Children's Network