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New families forming at the 53rd International Quebec Pee Wee Hockey Tournament

The 53rd edition of the Quebec International Pee-Wee Hockey Tournament is well underway in Quebec City. The Colisee Pepsi is bustling with enthusiastic young hockey players from all around the world.

But after the games are played, the players need a place to rest their heads.

That's where Yvon and Odette Pelletier come in. They are in charge of lodging and billeting for the tournament. The Pelletiers spoke to Quebec AM's Julia Caron about the new family ties created through the pee wee tournament.

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Next, you'll meet some of the parents - both Quebec AM's Julia Caron met with Michelle Drolet, who has been billeting hockey players for the past 5 years. She's the team captain for the New York Islanders Pee Wee team.

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Josee Turmel is a first time billeter. We caught up with her and the parents of one of the players she is billeting.

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