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Surviving grief with La Marche des Perséïdes

Courant-Ouellet.jpgEvery second Sunday in May, most people in Quebec celebrate Mother's Day. But, for a small group of parents, the day is one for remembering a child. One that died too early, still in the womb, or just days after leaving it. Sometimes their rooms are ready to welcome them, their names are picked out, and always, they have parents who have been dreaming of meeting them.
La Marche des Perséides in Quebec City brings those parents together, in public, once a year to remind others of their loss. Here are parents Sabrina Courant and Stéphane Ouellet, who lost a daughter Myriam, a day before Sabrina was due to deliver.
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