Re: 1994 Suzuki Kidekick
By any chance is it a car from the US? If so then it would not be unusual for it to not have a top tether anchor.
I can check my LATCH manual when I get home, but I'm pretty sure it is just for the US and is unlikely to have information about Canada. Your friend can call a Suzuki dealership or the manufacturer themselves and see what they say about retrofitting a top tether anchor.
If all else fails, your friend can get a convertible seat that can be used rear facing until the child is booster-ready. Unless the child is unusually large for his/her age, there should be a convertible that will last long enough rear facing, although it might be $$$.