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News Releases / 2015

Ontarians Asked to Help Locate Two Missing Sisters, Ages 7 and 3

The Canadian Centre for Child Protection is making a plea to the public to help locate 7-year-old Asja Johnson and her sister 3-year-old Milan Johnson, who are believed to be in Ontario with their mother.

STATEMENT: Addressing issues about AMBER Alerts

The Canadian Centre for Child Protection would like to offer its sincerest condolences to the Dunbar and Blanchette families for their loss of Terry and Hailey. Our thoughts are with them and their community today.

Canadian Centre for Child Protection and Police — working together to profile historic missing children cases

For every missing child, there is a family that has been living a nightmare for months or even years. These families need to know that they are not alone in their search and we all need to remain vigilant in keeping the faces of these children in the public eye.

The Canadian Centre for Child Protection celebrates 30 years of helping families

For 30 years, the Canadian Centre for Child Protection (Canadian Centre) has been supporting families of missing and sexually exploited children, while working to increase the personal safety of children across Canada. Tonight, we proudly commemorate this important milestone with a celebratory dinner to share in the success of our agency’s efforts with those who have supported us through the years and have helped shape our story.