British Columbia Adoption Reunion Registry connects adoptees with their loved ones in British Columbia, Canada. We are a country-wide adoption reunion registry for Canada and the largest adoption registry in the world. If you’re looking to reunite with a loved one in British Columbia, simply complete our form in moments and potentially match immediately with a child, parent, or sibling. reunites families by mutual consent, without the requirement to access adoption records. It is simple, fast, and easy. And with our NameSearch and DNA features, your chances of making a connection in British Columbia are even better. Try now.

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26. DougWiebe : my name is Doug wiebe. I was adopted out to a great family at 10 days old. I have had some severe problems with depression and I never have any info about my past. I would like to have history of medical. also I haave some native in me enough to be status. I would like to be able to complete the steps to recieve status.

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27. Donnagrant : His biological dad has been diagnosed with stage 4 colorectal cancer which the Dr feels it has a genetic component. We were told his birth name was Giovanni Douglas Mohs and that he was adopted in the Kamloops area.

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28. Bbonnycastle : My is brian i I was born at burnaby general hospital April 10 1959 I was adopted by the most wonderful mother and father but would like to know who my birth parents are please contact me.

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29. MonikaWenzel : I’m looking for my birth sister born at St. Pauls hospital Vancouver‚ British Columbia‚ I believe she was born November 1964 Birth name Rita‚ also looking for a brother born at Vancouver General Hospital 1959 November parents Jutta Gertrude & Waldemar Sigfreid Wenzel Regards Monica Wenzel

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30. ReneeDavis : Janet Marie Davis is mother born In Nova Scotia. Gave birth to Renee Davis at 18.

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