New national program to help find missing children launched

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TORONTO, Ont. — Child Find Ontario has teamed up with Canadian Centre for Child Protection (C3P) to launch a new national program to help find missing children.

May 24 marked the launch of, a site that complements the work of law enforcement by offering families additional resources to help find their missing children. Missing children services will now be delivered in Ontario through the program, according to CFO officials.

“With the increased usage of the Internet and other social media tools, the reliance on CFO services has increased exponentially,” said CFO director John Durant, adding that the group’s relationship with C3P is designed to “better position the organization to service the Ontario population.”

In addition to the new program, Child Find Ontario has also launched a new emergency toll free number: 1-866-KID-TIPS (543-8477).

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