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"Tremendous loss": A deadly puncture wound attack on the AltaVista family upsets the community

Slain Grade 10 student Jasmine Ready was being remembered by members of her Franco-Cité school community as "a real ray of sunshine."
Killed 10th grade Jasmine Lady was remembered by members of Francosite's school community as "the true sunshine." Facebook / Conseil des écolesca

Putout of 15-year-old Jasmine Lady and 19-year-old Catherine Ready of her older sister At Écolesecondairecatholique Franco-Cité, rocked those who knew them as happy and motivated students.

Principal Annick Ducharm said Thursday, a young woman's smile and generous laughter, seriousness in studying, and "always striving to do better." He said he had received kind words about both young women. And for them to be as successful as possible.

Their mother The Canadian Ministry of International Affairs Trade Commissioner Anne-Marie Ready was also killed in an attack outside AltaVista's house by 21-year-old Joshua Graves.

Anne-Marie Ready was a trade commissioner at Global Affairs Canada who recently received her karate black belt: LinkedIn photo
Anne-Marie Ready recently served as a Trade Commissioner for Global Affairs Canada. I did. She received her karate black belt: LinkedIn photo LinkedIn

He attacked Catherine, who was also hit by a police bullet on Monday night. I was shot dead by the police while I was doing it. State police guard dog. She was expected to be taken to the hospital in a serious but stable condition to survive her injury. The bodies of two other women were found nearby.

After spending four years at Catholic Secondary School in France, Catherine graduated from Franco Cite last year and studied at the University of Ottawa. Jasmine finally completed the 10th grade. week.

Lady's sister said, "The true sunshine was very kind to everyone around me, always caring for everyone's happiness, very kind and respectful," Ducharm said. Told.

Jasmine has many friends, and those students are "ravaged," Ducarme said. "Some of them are here today ... it's really sad to see."

Francosite students started their summer vacation last week. The school tried to reach out to the Lady family as soon as possible to share what happened and provide support, Ducalme said. Students were invited to return to school on Thursday, where a team of social workers became available. This is the support she said she can continue to arrange for those who need it during the summer.

"I don't want to see students or staff injured, so it's terrible and really hard to accept," Ducharme said.

"These tragedy seems to be doing our best ... everything I've heard about Jasmine and Catherine is very positive and how good they are looking for others (" People). ”

Their attackers did not participate in Franco-Cité, Ducharme confirmed. CBC Ottawa reported Thursday that he had a romantic interest in one of the Lady sisters and was told to stop contacting her, according to some of his relatives.

Another community left upset by the loss of life on Monday is the Douvris karateka, of which Jasmine and Anne-Marie, 50, have long been members. According to co-founder John Douvris, both received a black belt at a recent ceremony.

In a statement emailed to this newspaper, Dubris said that mothers and daughters were "hearty, compassionate, energetic and supportive people" and "beautiful smiles." And a gentle laugh made our dojo and karate community a better place. "

"The whole of our karate family is saddened by this mysterious and tremendous loss."

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