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Stories Canada: Vision Vancouver and Renfrew Ravine

stories canada: While tearfully recounting the reunion, which gave her the chance to cuddle and cook for her son for the first time in decades, Mann-Lewis said she also thought of others whose children are still missing, according to Vancouver Courier. I am the proof that after 31 long years of suffering, one should never give up, she said at a Monday afternoon news conference. Lyneth Mann-Lewis said the story-book ending to her long, painful tale of separation offers proof that even circumstances that seem hopeless can turn around unexpectedly.article continues below Trending Stories Canada's Remembrance Day poppy goes digital Renovations make Vancouver's Renfrew Ravine more accessible Vision Vancouver will not run a mayoral candidate for first time in party's history Mom cries telling B.C. jury about last day she saw young daughter alive, in 1978The Brampton, Ont., mother spoke publicly Monday after returning from an emotional reunion with a son who was allegedly abducted by his father 31 years ago, raised under an assumed name and told his mother was dead. Be patient, be strong, and believe that all things are possible and that anything can transpire. Toronto police allege Mann Jr. abducted his son during that visit and fled to the United States, where he established false identities for them both. The saga for mother and child began in 1987 during a visit between 21-month-old Jermaine Mann and his father, Allan Mann Jr. ( As reported in the news.