Press Release – Indemnisation Program Administered by CAVAC

PRESS RELEASE Is it acceptable to be forced to pay in order to attend the trial of your child’s accused murderer? THE JUSTICE MINISTER GRANTED THE AFPAD’S REQUEST AND HAS CREATED AN INDEMINISATION PROGRAM ADMINISTERED BY CAVAC Laval, August 14th 2018 – Justice Minister Stéphanie Vallée will be at the Montreal Courthouse this Tuesday August 14th […]

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Launch of 3 online clips

During the Victims and Survivors of Crime Week 2018, the AFPAD launches three online clips in relation to this year’s theme of “Transforming the Culture Together”. This project was made possible with the financial contribution of the Department of Justice Canada, and especially thanks to our generous experts for their time and advice. Note: the […]

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Supporting changes regarding Bill C-46

For immediate release – PRESS RELEASE THE AFPAD DEMANDS CHANGES IN THE FEDERAL BILL C-46 REGARDING IMPAIRED DRIVING Laval, March 1, 2018 – The AFPAD supports victims of impaired drivers that will bear witness this morning at 11:30 before the Legal and Constitutional Affairs Standing Committee to demand changes of important flaws in the Bill C-46, […]

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Guide de retour en emploi disponible en ligne

AN ENGLISH VERSION OF THIS GUIDEBOOK WILL BE AVAILABLE SHORTLY Depuis la création de l’AFPAD, nos membres décrivent régulièrement le défi que représente le retour à l’emploi à la suite de l’homicide ou la disparition de leur proche. Non seulement le travail représente une réalité financière nécessaire, mais également le quotidien qui habite un travailleur. Présenté […]

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The Victims Portal : a new measure to support victims of crime

As part of the Victims and Survivors of Crime Week, Public Safety Canada announced on June 1st the launch of a new Web portal that will give victims greater access to information about the federally supervised offender who harmed them and additional ways to participate in the parole process. This online and secure portal allows registered victims of crime […]

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The Great Canadian Giving Challenge 2016

AFPAD qualifies for the Great Canadian Giving Challenge 2016. This GIV3 Foundation and CanadaHelps initiative gives donors the opportunity to multiply the impact of their donation. Every dollar donated to AFPAD from June 1 – June 30 via our organization’s donation challenge page earns AFPAD a chance to win a $10,000 donation. Hence, your donation has a double impact. The […]

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YPI Project

All grade 10 students at the Trafalgar School for Girls participate in a community-focused project called Youth and Philanthropy Initiative (YPI). This program allows teenagers to better understand community work and allows organisations to have the chance to win a $ 5000 grant. Engaged youth A team of four students had to choose a non-profit organisation, meet with […]

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Federal budget 2016 report

NATIONAL INQUIRY INTO MISSING AND MURDERED INDIGENOUS WOMEN AND GIRLS AFPAD welcomes the budget 2016 that has allocated 40 million dollars over two years to the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls. This addresses the national tragedy that is the disappearance and murder of numerous Indigenous women and girls. The Government […]

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Jean-Philippe Mailhot : condamné à une sentence de 12 ans

Jean-Philippe Mailhot a finalement reçu sa sentence : 12 années de pénitencier ont été ordonnées par le juge André Vincent, telles que réclamées par les parties, moins environ 3 ans de temps purgé avant la sentence. Cette sentence a été prononcée 12 ans après que Mailhot ait assassiné sa conjointe Ana-Maria Salinas, une jeune chilienne […]

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English interviews in the media about the Manawan tragedy

The AFPAD was contacted by english media to obtain more details about a tragedy that happened in Manawan where five aboriginals died in 1977; their families did not get any information from authorities in almost 40 years. We can read the complete article by CBC News that appeared on February 28, 2016 : Drowning deaths of 5 aboriginal people […]

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