Trudeau Airport increases screens with missing children’s pictures
March 15, 2012, Montreal - Montreal's Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport is boosting the number of ads for missing children in the sprawling facility in the hopes of bringing more of them home.
March 15, 2012 By The Canadian Press
Posters of missing kids will be displayed on some 100 screens in the airport terminal starting today.
The Canada Border Services Agency and Quebec's Missing Children's Network are hoping the new campaign will make a difference.
Border Services says its officers have helped return 1,700 missing children to their families since 1986.
Pina Arcamone, who runs the Enfant-Retour missing children's organization, says she's hoping the initiative will spread to other airports across Canada.
Sixteen photographs of missing children will appear on screens throughout the Montreal airport.