News Releases / 2016
Today marks 20 years since Melanie Ethier went missing in the Town of New Liskeard, ON. The Canadian Centre for Child Protection and the family of Melanie Ethier are asking for the public to come forward with any information about her disappearance.
The last time Lise Nastuk saw her little sister, she was playing in the sand on the shores of Grundy Lake. That was 50 years ago this Saturday.
The Canadian Centre for Child Protection, Manitoba Keewatinowi Okimakanak (MKO), and the family of Christine Wood are appealing to the public to come forward with any information regarding missing 21-year-old Christine Wood. Christine, a former student of the University of Winnipeg, has been missing since the evening of August 19. Her family is deeply concerned for her safety as it is extremely unusual for her to be out of contact.
Canadian Centre for Child Protection and family of missing 21-year-old Christine Wood issue plea for information
The Canadian Centre for Child Protection and the family of 21-year-old Christine Wood are issuing a public plea for anyone who may have information or who may have seen someone matching Christine’s description to come forward.
The Canadian Centre for Child Protection would like to offer our sincerest condolences to the families of Taliyah Leigh Marsman and Sara Baillie on the tragic loss of their loved ones. Our thoughts are with Taliyah and Sara’s families, friends and community.
As Canada marks its 30th year of participation in International Missing Children’s Day, the Canadian Centre for Child Protection (Canadian Centre) is marking this important day by releasing preliminary results from a new study: Abducted then Murdered Children: A Canadian Study.
Canadian Centre for Child Protection and family of missing 16-year-old Mekayla Bali issue plea for information
The family of 16-year-old Mekayla Bali is in a desperate search for their daughter. Mekayla has not been seen or heard from since the morning of April 12th, 2016. Mekayla was reported missing to police that afternoon after she did not return home from school.
The Canadian Centre for Child Protection would like to offer our sincerest condolences to the Copenace and Ross families for their loss of Delaine. Our thoughts are with them, their friends and community today.
The intensive police and community search for missing Kenora teen Delaine Copenace is entering its 11th day. There are few leads and the teen’s family is now issuing a public plea for anyone who may have any information or who may have seen something suspicious to report it.
Canadian Centre for Child Protection issues plea for help in search for missing teen Delaine Copenace
An intensive police and community search is underway in Kenora and surrounding area for 16-year-old Delaine Copenace. Delaine has not been seen or heard from since around 6:00 p.m. on Saturday, February 27th. Delaine’s mom Anida Fisher describes her daughter as a ‘homebody’ and her family is incredibly concerned for her safety.
Due to the overwhelming response from the media and the public, the Miller family and a spokesperson from the Canadian Centre for Child Protection will be available for interviews today.