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Trois-Rivières Clown sharing laughter with the world

Clowns without Borders serve up their own dose of medicine, by bringing laughter and comfort to children. We reached Trois-Rivières clown Guillaume Vermette as he prepared for his next trip, with Patch Adams.

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