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Unsolved Case Files Canada website proudly publish unsolved cases in Canada and articles submitted by the members/contributors for placement on its website. maintains a compiled public database profiling unsolved cases in Canada. In addition to increasing awareness of unsolved cases, the database is a resource to the public, law enforcement and other relevant agencies working on the case.

Our mission is to shed light on these cases and bring justice to victims and their families. Our team of contributors is passionate about true crime stories and the pursuit of justice. We believe that every victim deserves to have their story told and their case solved. We strive to provide quality news and information to our readers, wherever and whenever they want it.

The website was created for the purpose of searching and sharing articles and/or information regarding unsolved cases in Canada. By empowering citizens to provide information, advice or tips, one of our goals is to get The Word Out. We would like families to have the confidence in hoping that one day they will reunite with their loved ones or at least have Case File closure.

We do also know that getting The Word Out does not necessarily mean or require using only the internet or social media; therefore, we encourage visitors and members of our website and social networks to proudly do so by word of mouth, putting up posters, articles, and other means.

Join us on our mission to uncover the truth and bring justice to those who have been forgotten.

Disclaimer is an information and educational resource on the topic of unsolved cases in Canada. We do not provide direct support and legal services to families, other than providing information and referrals, nor can we recommend or refer families to lawyers or private investigators.

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Jeffrey Andrew Dupres
Jeffrey Dupres

Jeffrey Dupres told his mother he was going with his five-year-old friend to play next-door at his house. About 20 minutes later, the friend showed up looking for him.
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I moved there from Sudbury, ON, I now have also lived in Vancouver, BC for 10 years. The talks of bad things in Red Deer is a joke. Vancouver/Lower Mainland obvs has a lot of crime with larger population & favorable weather. Compare Red Deer to Sudbury for a more accurate comparison, and I'll tell you Sudbury is by far worse. Like, by far.

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