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A non-profit, volunteer-run support group and private registry for adoptees, birth family members, and adoptive family members over 18 years of age. Not a search service; promotes the reunion of family members separated by adoption by providing information and guidance for searching in Quebec. Parent Finders Montreal maintains its own information database and shares this information with other Parent Finder groups and affiliates, such as the National Office www.
PFM began in August to help fill the need of a support group within the English community. At that time the Mouvement Retrouvailles, which serves members of the French-speaking community, had been the region's main support organization. Chairperson, Caroline Fortin. In French. Quebec search database, search notices. A non-profit organization, founded , which has reunited thousands of birth parents and adoptees; 12 members; offices across Quebec. Support meetings to help people affected by adoption, during all stages of their search. Parent-child matching service.
E-news service. Open to adopted persons, birth mothers, birth fathers, adoptive parents, and siblings. Focuses on search, support and advocacy for open medical records and open adoptions. K1S 5N1, , pfncr yahoo. Pat McCarron, President. Monica Byrne , Registrar.
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Facebook page: Parent Finders Ottawa. Parent Finders Newsletter is published three times a year, and is available at the web site. Parent Finders is the central source for "searching" in Canada and will refer you to resources in your area of interest. It works to reunite families by providing information and support to those who are searching and seeking reunion. It is available as a resource centre for students and others interested in adoption search and reunion issues. Parent Finders of Canada and Parent Finders Ottawa is a support group and private registry located in Ottawa and made up of people who believe in the importance of reuniting families separated by adoption.
We feel that the option to seek one's biological origins at adulthood belongs solely with the individual. When a match occurs the group leaders are advised so that they can assist their member to facilitate the most efficient reunion. Parent Finders Ottawa maintains a database of over 12, records which is linked to the National Parent Finders database of over 60, entries.
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The Ottawa chapter has been associated with over 1, reunions over more than 35 years. It has helped thousands of Canadians to search and reunite with their birth families. Parent Finders of Canada began as a volunteer-run organization in Vancouver, B. Parent Finders chapters are active in most Canadian provinces providing search and reunion support for adult adoptees, birth relatives and adopting parents. On July 1, the Parent Finders of Canada website, www. Patricia McCarron, , pfncr aol. A coalition interested in adoption law reform.
K2C 3H1. Monica Byrne, Joan Marshall. Carol, Gail. Arlene Hutchison, president; Louise Middlemiss, registrar. Contact: Brian Mitchell, windsor kos. Cathy Smith, aosterma limestone. Cheryl Rubin. Founded Monthly meetings, normally the third Wednesday at p.
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Anyone in the adoption constellation is welcome. Rik and Linda Davie. Rik Davie acted as counsel for claimants in three adoption cases before the Human Rights Commission. Davie, 13 Sept. Search assistance and support. Catharines, , marshascott sprint. Focus on search, education, advocacy and support.
Monthly me etings on the last Wednesday at St. Catharines Library, p. Parent Finders, St. L3Y xxx. Meeting the third Wednesday of the month at St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, Newmarket, p.
But, for adoptees, the names of their mother and father may have been shrouded in family secrecy or hidden in government records. The Manitoba government has passed legislation unsealing 50, adoption records, allowing adoptees and birth parents to see the names that may help them track down long-lost family.
The legislation came into force three weeks ago. Already, the province's post-adoption office has mailed out dozens of records, and hundreds more are in the queue. For many, it's going to be an emotional summer of reunions, revelations and reversals.
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In Saturday's Winnipeg Free Press, read more about adoption from several points of view, including a birth mother searching for her son, an adoptee looking for her birth father, two siblings hoping to find an older brother and one woman who says she's just fine never knowing who her "real" parents are.
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