A distress signal co-developed by the Canadian Women’s Foundation and a Toronto ad agency is being credited with aiding in the rescue of a missing teenage girl from North Carolina.
It’s believed she saw the signal on TikTok. https://t.co/Ml6O8mXPJ3
— CBC News (@CBCNews) November 9, 2021
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