Gathering set for Wednesday to mark year that Bathurst, N.B., girl has been missing


BATHURST, N.B. – Family and friends of a missing New Brunswick girl will gather Wednesday evening to mark one year since her disappearance.

Madison Roy Boudreau was 14-years-old when she was last seen on May 11, 2021 after leaving for school in Bathurst, in the northeast of the province.

Around 7:30 that morning she was seen getting into a grey Ford Ranger, and her disappearance has been ruled a homicide.

Family friend Maggie Lavigne says Madison was happy-go-lucky and loved to sing and dance.

She says the gathering Wednesday at the gazebo in Coronation Park is an opportunity for people to comfort each other and share stories about Madison.

Last month, the RCMP took over the investigation from Bathurst police, and they say they intend to resume a search in the area of Middle River, southwest of Bathurst.


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