Alberta Missing Report and Missing Report Canada were founded for the most part due to the lack of a proper, organized and accomplished website based solely on reporting on missing people in Alberta, Canada. The service was created in an attempt to get missing persons reports created, seen and shared across the province with the utmost of haste; even when a police report and/or media release has not been published.
We strive to get the word out about missing people with professionalism and haste. That is our number one priority, and we promise to deliver.
Jody Mitoma of Edmonton, Alberta is the founder of Missing Report Canada. He noticed that there were too many missing person cases that weren’t being written about by police and media, so he took initiative and started planning for his own websites across the country of Canada to do exactly that in September, 2016.
We ask that you please share any and all reports of missing people in your area, and that you join us through our website’s push notification service, our e-mail subscription service, our Facebook page, or through our Twitter page to be notified of newly missing persons in your area.
Email — firstname.lastname@example.org
Missing Report Canada has 8 divisions reaching every corner of the country. Our full division list, from west coast to east, includes:
- British Columbia Missing Report
- Alberta Missing Report
- Saskatchewan Missing Report
- Manitoba Missing Report
- Ontario Missing Report
- Quebec Missing Report
- Atlantic Canada Missing Report (Includes Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Newfoundland, Prince Edward Island)
- Northern Canada Missing Report (Includes Yukon, Northwest Territories and Nunavut)