L'Association des Enfants et Adultes Disparus inc. / Missing Children Adults Association is advising Chocolat de Luxe Nontreal P.Q. management Staff or any vendor or any affiliates that they will have no further involment whatsoever with Chocolat de Luxe Montreal P.Q. , effective immediately. Please note that if this request is ignored, proceedings wi be taken accordingly.
Donald J. White Barrister, Solicitor and Notary
cc. L'AEAD inc.
Dear Carol Anne and family
My deepest condolences to you and your family at this time of tragedy. My thoughts and prayers remain with you. May you find strength in your family and friends and be blessed by the comfort of the memories that you share.
Jean Bedard president Missing Children and Adults Association..
In Memoriam Greg Etue
Picture from National Post
On September 6th, 1892 while attempting to arrest an armed drifter, Special Constable John Davey was shot in the chest at point blank range. John Davey was on foot patrol at the Grand Trunk Railway yards in Cornwall, Ontario. The Circus was in town. Also in town was a former resident turned highwayman James Slavin, who was out to extract revenge on anyone who got in his way; shortly before noon he found a few willing combatants in two local toughs, John "Black Diamond" Roach and Antoine Lafess. Two shots rang out, Roach and Lafess were wounded, the crowd screamed and Constable Davey, along with a Good Samaritan Louis Lafave ran to investigate. Davey intercepted the fleeing shooter knocking him down. Lafave grabbed the drifter from behind and was shot in the shoulder. As Constable John Davey pounced to control the shooter, he was fatally shot dying within seconds.
John Robert Davey was born in Cornwall on April 27th of 1845. He was the son of Barnard and Catherine and had 8 siblings. He was a Captain in the 59th Stormont Dundas Militia Unit and a Major in the Militia Band. John owned and operated his own Leather and Harness shop across the road from the police station. He was 47 years of age, married with three children Charles, James and Frank. He had been sworn in as a Constable with the Cornwall Police in August of 1892.
Thank to Sergeant Thom Racine RACINE, Cornwall Community Police Service.
The Victim Services Directory (VSD) has bee created by the Policy Centre for Victime Issues of the Departement of Justice Canada to help service providers, victims and individuals locate services for victims of crime across Canada.
L'Association des Enfants et Adultes Disparus pround to joint Victim Services Directory.
Jun. 8, 2011 - From May 24th to May 28th, volunteers from the Missing Children Adults Association (MCAA) were present at the top of the escalator at Cornwall Square. The purpose of their visit was to promote awareness of their association and to raise funds at the same time.
Over the course of the five days, a total of $926.50 was raised to support the association. As part of their display, MCAA had a draw for a number of prizes. Wendy Lapierre was the winner of a $25.00 Cornwall Square Gift Card.
MCAA-AEAD is member America's System Missing Broadcast Emergency Response, Amber News Service, Inc, Amber Alert Canada, Code Amber, Amber Alert (Quebec) Sûreté of Quebec, Ambert Alert Police Services Montreal (SPVM).
MCAA-AEAD is member America's System Missing Broadcast Emergency Response, Amber News Service, Inc, Amber Alert Canada, Code Amber, Amber Alert (Quebec) Sûreté of Quebec, Ambert Alert Police Services Montreal (SPVM)
Missing Children and Adults Association
In 1996, the brutal kidnapping and murder of 9 year old Amber Hagerman, caused her community of Arlington Texas to come together and create the AMBER (America's Missing Broadcast Emergency Response) program with the intent of preventing such incidents from occurring in the future and to increase the safety of children in the community.
The Ontario AMBER Alert Program is a voluntary cooperative plan between the Ontario Association of Broadcasters, law enforcement agencies, and the Ontario Ministry of Transportation. The program is used to alert the public in child abduction cases where police believe the child is in danger of bodily harm or death.
Royal Canadien Mounted Police (RCMP) and the Ontario Provincial Police facilitate the program within the province. The OPP provide media outlets with critical information concerning a confirmed child abduction which could assist in locating the child. The program is available to all police agencies in Ontario.
When an AMBER Alert is activated, the police now have thousands of eyes watching for the victim, suspect, or suspect?s vehicle.
Missing Children and Adults Association is member Canadien Missing Broadcast Emergency Response
What is AMBER Alert
Every Province in Canada has an AMBER Alert Program.
In your Province, the AMBER Alert Program is a province wide innovative program which partners the Province's law enforcement community, media broadcasting agencies and the public in location abducted children.
It provides the public with immediate and up-to-date information about a child abduction by widespread media broadcasts and solicits the public's help in the safe and swift return of the child.
AMBER Alert is a comprehensive plan which provides a coordinated and rapid response to child abductions throughout your Province.
It is a voluntary, cooperative program between police services and local broadcasters to send an emergency alert to the public when a child has been abducted and it is believed that his/her life is in grave danger.
An AMBER Alert can only be activated by a specified person who is an authorized user and it is only to be used for a serious child abduction.
Criteria for Activating AMBER Alert
If the above criteria is not met, the AMBER Alert should not be activated.
Police in association Missing Children and Adults Association are asking the public's help in the search for François Mantha, 30, of Hawkesbury, who was reported missing March 2.
Last seen at his residence February 27, at about 9 a.m., Mantha is 1.83 metes (6 feet) tall, weighing 108 kilograms (238 pounds), with straight brown hair, green eyes, and pierced ears.
His vehicle was later located in Calumet and with the assistance of the Sûreté du Québec canine and helicopter searches were conducted in the area with no results.
If you have any information that could help, contact Hawkesbury Ontario Provincial Police Detective Constable Mario Fedele at (613) 632-2729. For those who want to remain anonymous you may contact Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.