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"Throughout the ordeal, I needed to stay with my family. It was an enormous stress. I needed to follow the trial. I wanted closure," Ms. Janelle-Gervais said.
Mr. Boisvenu won a major victory yesterday when the Quebec government tabled a bill that requires employers to grant a leave of absence of up to two years to employees whose child or spouse is slain. Employees or their children who suffer serious bodily injury as a result of a crime will also have the right to a two-year leave of absence.