Make up posters and spread around your area. Go out at night with goodies, tuna, salmon or shrimp (my cats love it) snd a flashlight to look in bushes under decks. Cars etc. call all rescue organizations, spca, and the city as well as vet clinics. Our neighbor opened their garage door a little and put his food in where he cud smell it. It worked. Even an open window might work. Don’t give up
Go out and take her favorite treats and call. Ask your neighbors to check their garages - sheds - under stairs - decks and bushes. She's probably hiding somewhere close and feeling scared and confused. Ask your neighbors to check more than once - cats are very good at hiding. Check at night late when it's quiet as that's when she may feel safer to come out.
Put out some of your worn clothes. The scent will help her find home.
Go out at night when it's quiet and take her favorite treats. Call her softly and listen for soft meows back - especially near garages and sheds she may have become trapped inside. Take a flashlight and look under bushes and other hiding places for reflective cat eyes.
Ask your family and friends to help you make posters and put them up all over your neighborhood - especially near stores and your community center.
Call Veterinary clinics and animal shelters in case someone brought her in or called about spotting her.
Post on YYC site too - they have a very large following.
Don't give up - keep looking especially at night. I hope you find her soon. I'm sharing.
Please post in YYC group too. They have a very large following. The more people looking for your kitty the better.