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Started fundraising for Altavistateen who survived the knife attack that killed her sister and mother

A memorial of flowers was set up in the front yard of the home on Anoka Street where Anne-Marie Ready, 50, and daughter Jasmine Ready, 15, died in a stabbing attack last week.
The flower monument is It was installed in the front yard of a house on Anoka Street, where Anne-Marie Lady, 50, and her daughter Jasmine Lady, 15, died of a puncture wound last week. Photo courtesy of Ashley Fraser/Post Media

Crowdfunding campaign for 19 years of funding -The old woman who survived the attack at Altavista's house after her mother and sister were stabbed to death reached more than half of her goal in just two days.

Catherine Ready's GoFundMe campaign raised over $ 33,400 out of a $ 50,000 goal by Monday night after being created by a friend of the Ready family at Douvris Karate School.

uOttawa student Catherine Ready is recovering from a post-attack injury in the hospital. Her 15-year-old sister Jasmine and her mother Anne-Marie were found dead outside their home on Anoka Street on the night of June 27, when police answered a 911 call.

Police shot and killed 21-year-old Joshua Graves while stabbing Catherine, according to a state special investigation unit. Police reportedly fired because the tomb refused to drop the knife, SIU reported.

Catherine was taken to the hospital for treatment of her life-threatening gunshot wound.

Her mother, Anne-Marie Ready, 50, was a Trade Commissioner of Global Affairs Canada. Her sister Jasmine is a student at Francosite Middle School and has just finished her tenth grade.

"This Go FundeMe is to help Catherine change her life forever and raise money to help recover from these difficult times." Online created by Caroline Poirier and Naomi Eberhard. Please read the fundraising page.

"This family is from Guyana and I miss the Guyana community very much. Everything I can offer to this young woman is very much needed and appreciated."

The organizers of GoFundMe said they are part of the Douvris karateka. According to Karate School co-founder John Dubris, Anne-Marie and Jasmine have been long-time members of Dubris, both receiving black belts at recent ceremonies.

Donors to the campaign expressed their shock and sadness and provided words of support.

"Catherine, I hope you don't feel lonely," wrote one donor. "The people of Ottawa are here to support you."

"I traveled for a short time with the Lady family, but I was in contact with Catherine," another said. Told. "I'm absolutely devastated. They were all very cheerful and friendly people I enjoyed knowing. My heart has been broken for a whole week."

Graves , Was a neighbor of the Lady family on Anoka Street. He was arrested but released three days before Jasmine and Anne-Marie Lady were killed.

According to court documents, the tomb was charged with harassment, assault, and sexual assault for crimes that occurred from early March to mid-June.

The tomb is with the power of a $ 2,000 guarantor promised by his mother Emily, and many conditions that require him to live in the house and not enter the area. Was released at. Surrounded by Montreal Road, Coventry Road, St. Laurent Boulevard and Banier Parkway, it is close to where alleged victims lived and worked.

He was also ordered not to contact four people (two of whom were women) whose identities were protected by the ban, directly, indirectly or online. The members of the

Ready family were not among the members identified in the court documents.

-Use files from Andrew Duffy

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