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Without a Trace

Despite repeated, multi-day searches by the Ontario Provincial Police's (OPP’s) elite Emergency Response Team (ERT) — including 100 officers, 4 K-9 teams, 3 helicopters, 2 fixed-wing aircraft, a float plane, divers, sidescan sonar, and infrared cameras — and at least 6 subsequent private searches costing Christina Calayca's family and friends upwards of $20,000 each, no trace of Christina has ever been found.

When Christina went missing, she was wearing a blue hoodie, size 36 black pants, white running shoes, and a striped shirt (maroon, purple, lavender, mauve).


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$50,000 Reward for Tips

The Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) is offering a $50,000 reward for information leading to the whereabouts of Christina Calayca.


Report an anonymous tip via Crime Stoppers Canada

  • Phone: 1.800.222.8477
  • Internet: Web Tips



  • 1:250,000 Backroad Mapbook — Northwestern Ontario, 3rd Edition: Rossport (page 18), Terrace Bay (page 19), Backroad Mapbooks
  • 1:250,000 Schreiber, Ontario (42 D, Edition 3, 1995) Energy, Mines, and Resources, Canada
  • 1:50,000 Schreiber, Ontario (42 D/14, Edition 2, 1977) Energy, Mines, and Resources, Canada
  • 1:20,000 4600 54100, Ontario Base Map
  • 1:20,000 4600 54000, Ontario Base Map
  • 1:20,000 4700 54100, Ontario Base Map
  • 1:20,000 4700 54000, Ontario Base Map


Thank you for taking the time to visit Christina Calayca's missing-person Web site.

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Marquette, Michigan
United States

This missing-person investigative Web site is designed, hosted, and maintained by, Michael Neiger—Lead Investigator with Michigan Backcountry Search and Rescue (MibSAR)—a small, Long Range Special Operations Group (LRSOG) based in Marquette, Michigan whose search-and-recovery operators are dedicated to investigating select unsolved missing-person cases and felony cold cases in the remote bush between the Great Lakes in northern Michigan, USA, and the Arctic Ocean’s Lower Hudson Bay in Ontario, Canada.

All searches, investigations, work products, and other services are provided free of charge to victims, their families, and agencies of jurisdiction.

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