Madison Scott has been missing for from Hogsback lake near Vanderhoof since Saturday May 28th 2011. If you have any information at all please call the Vanderhoof RCMP at at 250-567-2222 or to remain anonymous call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS. Alternately mail Box 1190 Vanderhoof, B.C. VOJ-3A0 or use TIPS page

Positive comments from some amazing people! Thanks for the support!!

September 20th, 2014

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Time to come home!!

September 12th, 2014


Awww Maddy! Your dear friend Andrea and all of your friends and family and many members in communities world wide have not given up!! Please come home xoxoxo

Omineca Newspaper -September 2014

September 11th, 2014
Two weeks ago Prime Minister Stephen Harper was in Whitehorse, NWT as part of his regular tour of Canada’s north. Shortly before Harper’s trip to the north, a 15 year old girl named Tina Fontaine was murdered, wrapped in plastic bags and her body dumped into the Red River in Winnipeg. 
The death of this young girl has sparked a renewed call for a inquiry into why it is our nation’s aboriginal women (and women in general) continue to go missing at such an alarming rate.
Harper addressed the murder during a press conference in Whitehorse saying the death of Fontaine and subsequently the ongoing disappearances and slaying should be viewed as crimes and not a sociological phenomenon. Harper’s continual refusal to investigate the issue makes him appear the proverbial ostrich with its head in the sand; refusing to acknowledge something in hopes it will disappear.
Fontaine marks yet another name to the list of over 1,100 women that have been murdered or gone missing over the last three decades. She also serves as a stark reminder that these tragedies are still on going. It is a reminder that Vanderhoofian’s know all too well, having experienced first hand the tragedy and unfathomable pain of losing some of their daughters. 
Perhaps the reality of these ongoing crimes are lost on Mr. Harper, but it isn’t lost on those of us who live along the aptly named Highway of Tears.
Harper’s refusal to even consider an inquiry into these killings and disappearances seems to me like a slap in the face to everyone who has lost their daughter, mother, sister, wife, girlfriend or friend.
It seems insulting to the Tina Fontaines, Madison Scotts, Emmaculate Basils and Loren Donn Leslies of the country and it needs to stop.
Aboriginal women, whom are the primarily victims of this ongoing tragedy, make up just 4.3 per cent of Canada’s population. Despite this, aboriginal women account for 16 per cent of female murder victims and 11.3 per cent of Canada’s missing women, Canada wide. 
It should be noted that while Harper and his government refuse to address the issue, every other province and territory in Canada is in favour of an inquiry. 
Harper’s opponents also weighed in on the controversial remarks and positions with Justin Trudeau and Kathleen Wynne both advocating for an inquiry and condemning Harpers attitudes as out of touch and on the “wrong side of history.”
It’s a touchy subject and rightfully so given the pain communities like Fort St. James, Vanderhoof, Prince George, Prince Rupert and many others have endured.  
What is clear is that Harper is out of touch with the reality of what is happening here and is choosing to focus his attention elsewhere in hopes that the issue will go away. Harper is quick to condemn the acts of injustice of other nations like Russia all the while ignoring the injustice happening in communities like ours across the country. 
Enough is enough; it is time for an inquiry, it is time for a change of players if our current government will not step up to the plate. These women are all of our mothers, daughters, sisters, wives, aunts, friends and girlfriends and we have a duty to bring home the Madison Scotts of the world and ensure that no more of our sisters go missing.  You can bet that if Harper’s family members went missing we’d have gotten to the bottom of the issue by now. 
A society is measured not merely by its monetary wealth, but by the way it treats its most vulnerable citizens, something we’re content to ignore it seems. Step up to the plate, Mr. Harper, bring back our girls. 
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“Everyone is in it to win it, to find Maddy and Spread awareness.”

September 7th, 2014

Thanks for the words of encouragement. Dawn asked that I share this. Faith Hope Love  <3


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Sunflower from Prague

September 3rd, 2014

A picture of Maddy’s favorite flower ,the sunflower , in her Hudson Bay Cup ,

from  her Aunty Colleen who is back in Prague from her trip home to Canada For you Maddy ,

please come home NOW!!!!


Find Maddy Posters with new QR Codes

July 1st, 2014

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The QR Codes are scannable by smart phone and will link up to the Find Maddy site.

Another step in bringing Maddy home <3

The Adventures of Maddy and Ashley!

June 9th, 2014



101.3 The River -Facebook Timeline

June 4th, 2014

From the Help Find Madison Scott FB Group… “I do not know how we arrived at the three year mark with no answers and no Maddy…” Says it all.

Three Years since Madison Scott’s disappearance

June 2nd, 2014

All in for Maddy


All in for Maddy <3

May 24th, 2014

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A Message from Hawaii

May 23rd, 2014

From Dawne Woods-persson
Hope all goes well tomorrow thinking of you and wishing I could be there!


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3rd Annual Madison Scott Poker Ride

May 23rd, 2014


File # Madison Scott Poker Ride
2014-05-23 11:21 PDT

Investigators with the North District Major Crime Unit continue to actively investigate Madison (Maddy) Scott’s disappearance. Anyone with information concerning Maddy’s disappearance are asked to call the Vanderhoof RCMP detachment at 250-567-2222 or CrimeStoppers at 1-800-222-8477

In lieu of interviews, but in recognition of the third year anniversary of Maddy’s disappearance, her family wished to issue the below statement.

May 28th will mark 3 years since the disappearance of Madison Scott. It remains an unexplained mystery that leaves a family searching for answers, and ultimately the return of a loved one. The days are often extended and certainly do not get easier as time elapses. The holidays tend to lose the majority of their significance with the absence of a family member, thus resulting in an incomplete gathering. Our days are consumed reflecting on her presence and the memories, while we anticipate the dreams that present the opportunity for the long-delayed reconnection; the opportunity to communicate a few words, or the grasp of a hug is an indescribable sensation, although it is a just dream. We grip closely the words that include Hope, Faith, Believe, and Love, which have simply coalesced within our daily language. The respective connotations produce positive energies that have enabled us to remain strong and convinced that the desired solutions will be yielded.

One of the most difficult aspects is having the matters of a reserved family become a public affair. Although we all have become much invested in retrieving a common explanation, the words to address the topic are most challenging to find, and often awkward to communicate. Furthermore, it is near impossible to find the appropriate words to express our appreciation for the persisting support. Our family has been extremely fortunate to be surrounded by relentless family, friends, and communities. We are forever grateful for the enduring and continuous support.

Our family has been preparing for the 3rd Maddy Poker Ride as we approach the date of Maddy’s disappearance. The poker ride enables our family to maintain our presence and sustain awareness within the community. It is also an opportunity to correspondingly enjoy the activities that Maddy loves most. This event is a true representation of Maddy; it has become a social gathering of friends, family, and community members in a setting in which Maddy blooms most while presenting a connection to the outdoors through her preferred activities. We hope you are able to join us in this opportunity to maintain the awareness and enjoy the day in true Maddy fashion.

We would once again like to thank you for your extended and persistent support.

Sincerely, The Scott Family
Released by

Cpl. D.J. (Dave) Tyreman

District Advisory NCO (Media Relations)
North District
4020 5th Avenue, Prince George B.C. V2M 7E7
Office: 250-561-3166
Cell: 250-301-3521

Radio Interview with Kane Kelly

May 23rd, 2014

It will air today on our local radio station, it will also be shared with the PG and Smithers Stations! Go team!! Let’s bring her home.

Here’s a throwback Maddy! Hope to see you soon xo

April 29th, 2014



A message from Mom <3

April 29th, 2014

Maddy, it’s your 23rd birthday . I’d say happy , but it’s not , because we’re not together . Where are you my golden girl ? Please please please , whoever has Maddy , let her go , let her come home , where she belongs . 


Awareness is spreading! Thanks for the support!

April 27th, 2014

We would like to extend a special thanks to businesses and individuals that are continuing the effort to spread the awareness to help find our Maddy! Heartfelt comments and pictures from all of you have been overwelmingly positive and uplifting through this difficult time. The pictures below show some of the amazing support we have witnessed. Thanks to Cycle North PG!!  We also had people report and take pics of this big truck in Chetwynd with huge Find Maddy stickers!!! Thank you, thank you, thank you!! These acts of kindness and care will help to bring our Maddy Home!!

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Hope Faith Love~ Let’s bring her home!

April 24th, 2014

Maddy updated poster

September 3rd, 2014

Help Spread the Awareness! Let’s Bring Maddy Home!!

April 13th, 2014

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Look at the awareness. Hope is your way home Maddy!

March 12th, 2014
Cora Kelly wrote:
This image was seen on a TV news story tonight that featured the Canucks and one of the stores in Vancouver that sells their tickets. It is so sad to see Maddy’s missing photo on national television but it is also very endearing to see evidence of the effort that people have put in to help spread the awareness. Thank you!
This image was seen on a TV news story tonight that featured the Canucks and one of the stores in Vancouver that sells their tickets. It is so sad to see Maddy's missing photo on national television but it is also very endearing to see evidence of the effort that people have put in to help spread the awareness. Thank you!  <3