The Timmins Police Service is making an appeal for public assistance in locating a local person who has been reported to them as missing.

The Timmins Police Service would like to determine the current whereabouts and confirm the wellbeing of Derrick WRIGHTMAN, 28, who has not been seen or had any meaningful contact with family members since December 13th.

He is described as:

– Caucasian male

– 5’10 (178 cms) tall

– 220 lbs

– short brown hair and goatee

WRIGHTMAN was last seen wearing: teal Columbia winter jacket, black balaclava, brown Louis Vuitton backpack

Anyone with relevant information regarding this matter is asked to contact the Timmins Police Service at 705–264–1201.



Greater Sudbury Police are looking to check on the well-being of a 15-year-old girl.

Talyia Doucette-Madigan left her home at 4:30 a.m. Sunday morning (Dec. 18) wearing a blue Care Bears sweater, green or khaki cargo pants and a grey Puma backpack.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Greater Sudbury Police at 705–675–9171 or Crime Stoppers at 705–222-TIPS (8477) or



The Toronto Police Service is requesting the public’s assistance locating a missing man.

James Kane, 32, was last seen on Wednesday, December 7, 2022, in the Kipling Avenue and Horner Avenue area.

He is described as 5'9", slim build, short blonde hair, blue eyes, missing front tooth, and has a tattoo around neck of wings.

Police are concerned for his safety.

Anyone with information is asked to contact police at 416–808–2300, Crime Stoppers anonymously at 416–222-TIPS (8477), or at

A person can be reported missing at any time — there is no 24 hour waiting period. If you are concerned for someone’s immediate safety, call 9–1–1. Otherwise, you can report a person as missing to the Toronto Police Service by calling the non-emergency number 416–808–2222.



Ronald, Doreen, Russell, and Ryan Jack, known to their Canadian neighborhood as hardworking and humble citizens, were a modest, quiet family of 1980’s Prince George, British Columbia. But their diligent nature and simple desires were cut short by unexplainable, unsolved disappearances on August 2nd, 1989, leaving all who knew them across the Cheslatta Carrier Nation and Western Canada as a whole grasping for answers in a sea of evidence that drowned us all in doubt…

As a hope to provide more substantial reasoning built upon observable evidence and situational analysis, this is an examination of the Jack Family Disappearance, and the confounding mystery along the Highway of Tears…