May 25th was declared National Missing Children's Day in 1986 by the Solicitor General of Canada. May 25th is the anniversary of the still unsolved case of 6-year-old Etan Patz in New York; he disappeared on his way to school.
The Green Ribbon of Hope campaign is hosted by Child Find each May. The idea was created as a legacy by students and faculty of Holy Cross Secondary School in St. Catherine's after one of their schoolmates, 15-year-old Kristen French, was abducted and murdered.
Supporters wear a green ribbon as a symbol to help remember the missing children of Canada, and to seek their safe return, as well as show their support and concern for the issue missing children.
Age at Disappearance: 12 Missin: May 6, 1978 Last Seen: Nicola Lake Background: First Nations Height: Unknown Hair Colour: Brown Eye Colour: Brown Wearing: Pink floral top; brown cords; blue running shoes Distinguishing Features: Unknown Remains Found: June 1995 Found: Merritt File Number: Unknown Info: Was last seen riding her bike; on the official Highway of Tears list; case solved.