SEY Committee - Terms of reference
Child Sexual Exploitation and Human Trafficking Act
The Child Sexual Exploitation and Human Trafficking Act became law on April 30th, 2012. The Act creates a protection order for victims of human trafficking or child sexual exploitation that prohibits the "respondent" (Abuser) from contacting, communicating, following, or being near the "subject" (victim) or anywhere the subject may be. The law also allows a victim of human trafficking, as defined in the act, to sue their trafficker.
MissingKids.ca a program of the Canadian Centre for Child Protection
- Assisting in the location of missing children
- Providing educational materials to help prevent children from going missing
- Offering information and a response centre on missing children
- Coordinating efforts to assist stakeholders in the delivery of missing children services
Missing Persons Toolkit
Here you will find documents and information that can assist family members with information regarding missing persons or persons at risk.