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Unanimous Support from Calgary City Council for endorsement of MCSC’s Child Search Network/MCSC rescu

Published: 07/29/2019 14:50

On July 28, Councillor Jeromy Farkas was pleased to gain the unanimous support from the Calgary City Council to endorse a technology that will help locate missing children: the Missing Children Society of Canada (MCSC) Child Search Network or ‘MCSC rescu.’ The Child Search Network empowers citizens to assist police agencies in locating those missing children who do not meet the high threshold required to issue an Amber Alert. Councillor Jeromy Farkas said, “Today Council came together to demonstrate that the City of Calgary can lead the charge in endorsing a revolutionary technology that will help save lives.”

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Help Find Missing Children Faster

Published: 09/10/2019 09:45

Missing Children Society of Canada (MCSC) rescu web app allows public to be part of the search.

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MCSC Child Search Network endorsed by CACP

Published: 02/25/2021 12:00

The Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police (CACP) has officially endorsed the Missing Children Society of Canada’s (MCSC) Child Search Network to help support the police and expedite missing children investigations in Canada

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Microsoft Canada, Esri and Missing Children Society of Canada partner to bring missing children home faster

Published: 04/14/2021 12:00

Critical partnerships with Microsoft and Esri Canada have given the Missing Children Society of Canada (MCSC) a digital tool to help police and the public become allies in the search for a missing child.

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Missing Children’s Month: Help in the search

Published: 05/01/2021 12:00

May is Missing Children’s Month, a time we are asked to think about lost and exploited children, celebrate those who have been found and stand with families who continue a brave search for missing loved ones.

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MCSC CEO Amanda Pick speaks with host Guan Yue from the Esri Geographically Thinking podcast series to discuss the Child Search Network

Published: 06/08/2021 12:00

Recently MCSC CEO Amanda Pick spoke with host Guan Yue from the Esri Geographically Thinking podcast series to discuss the Child Search Network and its impact on finding missing children faster.

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Microsoft & Missing Children Society of Canada Partner Together to Protect Missing Children

Published: 09/10/2021 12:00

The Child Search Network is a digital solution powered by Azure and uses technology developed by Microsoft. Innovative AI, social media, and smartphones quickly share a digital poster of a missing child to millions of people targeting specific locations.

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National Day of Truth and Reconciliation Take time to listen to the voices of residential school survivors and their families

Published: 09/30/2021 12:00

Today, on National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, the Missing Children Society of Canada (MCSC) honours residential school survivors, their families, and communities by acknowledging the truth of their experiences and their stories.

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Calgary Economic Development

Published: 12/09/2021 12:00

Calgary Economic Development tells the story of how MCSC is protecting vulnerable children with technology.

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MCSC Rescu app now on Pason-managed employee smartphones

Published: 12/09/2021 12:00

Pason and the Missing Children Society of Canada have partnered together to help locate missing children faster.

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Rescu & Reunite Campaign

Published: 02/16/2022 06:00

Major donations kick off Missing Children Society of Canada's Rescu & Reunite Campaign. We’re kicking off our Rescu & Reunite campaign with a goal of raising $1 MILLION dollars. MCSC’s Child Search Network and rescu app assist and enable police across the country to quicky find as many missing children as they can and have proven to be an effective system and tool to search for these vulnerable children.

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Public urged to join in search for missing children

Published: 05/25/2022 12:00

Two top Canadian law enforcement officials reminded Canadians today that their help is critical in the search for missing children.

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