April 17, 2019
PUSLINCH TOWNSHIP — After pushing for change for years, Maureen Trask isn’t about to let the agonizingly slow process of government stop her fight for families of missing people.
When Ontario’s Standing Committee on Justice Policy meets next month to tackle a massive piece of proposed legislation that would mean changes for everything from policing to coroners to forensic laboratories, she’ll be there too.
Trask, the mother whose son Daniel went missing in 2011, doesn’t want the lawmakers to forget about the Missing Persons Act, part of a larger piece of legislation called the Safer Ontario Act, or Bill 175…
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