News Releases / 2014
Old Navy and the Canadian Centre for Child Protection (the Canadian Centre), an organization dedicated to the personal safety of all children, are teaming up to raise funds to help keep kids across Canada safe.
No one expects their child to disappear. But every year, police across Canada receive more than 40,000 reports of missing children. Today, the Toronto Police Service, the Canadian Centre for Child Protection’s MissingKids.ca program and Mac’s Convenience Stores launched a campaign to promote National Missing Children’s Day, and to help raise funds and awareness in order to help bring Canada’s missing children home.
Today, the Canadian Centre for Child Protection’s MissingKids.ca program is issuing a public plea for members of the public to come forward with any information in the disappearance of Lucas Degerness. New information has come to light in the case of Degerness, who has been missing since 2007 from Prince George, B.C.
Today, MissingKids.ca, a program of the Canadian Centre for Child Protection, is appealing to the public to come forward with any information regarding the disappearance of Sunshine Wood. It has now been 10 years since 16-year-old Sunshine Wood went missing from downtown Winnipeg.