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Three Quebec Metropolis residents have launched an online petition asking Mayor Régis Labeaume to create a public sq. named after one of many two victims murdered in the Oct. 31 attack within the metropolis.
The concept of making a Place Suzanne-Clermont comes from Clarisse Dehont, Roland Pelletier and Maryse Paré, who clarify in a textual content accompanying their petition that Clermont lived within the Vieux-Québec sector for greater than 20 years and her character and smile made her well-known to these within the neighbourhood.
The petition asks part of des Remparts St. above de la Canoterie St. be named Place Suzanne-Clermont and a plaque commemorating her life be erected on the spot.
By Monday morning, three days after it was launched, the petition had drawn greater than 1,100 names.
Clermont, a 61-year-old hairdresser, lived on des Remparts St. She and Musée nationwide des beaux-arts du Québec communications director François Duchesne, 56, had been slain within the assault, which additionally left 5 others wounded.