A Mother’s Nightmare

When the law fails our children it can have devastating impacts. Effects that will last a lifetime and will be felt by every member of the family, friends, neighbours, community, the province, the country, and internationally. How can other Canadian parents trust that this won`t happen to them? HOW? Click here or on the pdf file to read the full article or read an excerpt below. Or click on this guidebook from the Vulnerable Children’s Consular Unit of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development Canada. Do parents pay a price when they manage to prevent their children from being internationally abducted? If so, what sacrifices do they make? Do Whatever It Takes to bring our children home to Canada! NOW!



Happier times

The four Azer children are there because the Canadian judicial system failed them, says Alison Azer.
After three years of effort and more than $300,000 in legal fees, in April 2014, the Supreme Court of British Columbia granted the Azers shared custody of their four children. However, this order also established that Alison would have full control over the children’s passports, to protect them from being taken out of Canada without her permission. In a cruel twist of fate, a second BC Court judge overruled that order, granting Saren Azer the right to travel with the children to Paris and Germany for a vacation on August 4, 2015.

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