Newspaper article The Canadian Press

Missing Saskatchewan Teen's Mom Says Canada Could Learn from U.S. about Searches

Newspaper article The Canadian Press

Missing Saskatchewan Teen's Mom Says Canada Could Learn from U.S. about Searches

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Mom of missing Saskatchewan teen speaks out

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SASKATOON - The mother of a teen who went missing from her home community of Yorkton, Sask., two years ago says Canadian authorities need to do more during searches for children.

Mekayla Bali was 16 when she last seen at the Yorkton bus depot in April 2016.

Since then there have been lots of tips but no solid leads about her whereabouts.

Her mother, Paula Bali, told a Child Find meeting in Saskatoon Friday that Canada could learn from the United States on how to handle missing children cases.

She says in the U.S. they form task forces that include members of the military, search and rescue groups and others who work with police.

Bali says there are also better supports for families looking for a missing child. …

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