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Painful past


Moncton's Julien Rochichaud was bullied as a boy and says he still feels the hurt now that he's a man. He'll share his story next week at a roundtable discussion in Moncton on bullying.

The event is being hosted by the Community Suicide Prevention Committee of Westmorland/Albert. It's open to the public. It takes place on Monday, Spetember 10th from 6:30 to 8:30pm at the Community Peace Centre Auditorium at 22 Church Street in Moncton.

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