May 15, 2023

May 14 to May 20 marks Victims and  Survivors of Crime Week 2023 in Canada.  This year’s theme continues to be the Power of Collaboration.  Ontario’s Missing Adults is grateful to acknowledge funding from the Department of Justice – Victims Fund to expand our information resources addressing issues faced by families of the missing, the missing themselves and those who are working to resolve the cases.

Drawing on the Power of Collaboration, we invite families of the missing and visitors the opportunity to provide feedback about the newly created fact sheets and to give suggestions for future materials by completing the questionnaire lined to each of the new fact sheets.

Thank you in advance for sharing your opinions with us!

May 12, 2023

Through our partnership with the Canadian Centre for Information on Missing Adults we have added a number of fact sheets that are new to Ontario’s Missing Adults. Each is available at Publications. These include:

The Changing Nature of Hope
Are Missing Adults Victims of Crime?
Missing Persons and the Canadian Police Information Centre
Family’s Guide to the National Missing Persons DNA Program

January 17, 2023

As part of our New Year activities, all cases of unidentified adults have been updated. Please take some time to see if you can provide information about any of our cases.