Mother and Canadian Father have pre-school Daughter together.
Mother and Father separate.
Father is awarded primary custody of Daughter.
Mother allegedly abducts Daughter two years ago, to China.
China is not a party to the Hague Convention on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction.
Father seeks assistance from the Canadian police. Eventually, Canada’s Department of Foreign Affairs, Interpol and the Missing Children Society of Canada become involved.
And now, two years later, Daughter is back in Canada as a result of lengthy diplomatic negotiations.
Daughter is now of school age.
Mother will be appearing before a judge to answer for her actions.
Read more in this Calgary [Canada] Herald article: Girl, dad reunite 2 years after mom took her to China and this Morningstar MarketWire article: Missing Children Society of Canada: Calgary Girl Reunited With Father, Ending 2 Year Abduction Ordeal.