I met Ghislain, Céline and Hélène.
It was all in francais, so I didn’t understand too much.
A couple of professional photographers were about.
Update : Remembering the event.
Attendance: About fifty (constant) people. The combined total of the speeches came to about an hour, during which people on the street came and went.
The first photo of the woman in a yellow jacket is somebody important in Quebec, I didn’t catch the name/write it down.
The focus of the protest was obviously to get the public to think of our mothers and grandmothers getting brain damage, which was the main theme.
They did mention Ran Sandford getting involuntary E.C.T. in the U.S.A.
“My” Hospital Lakeshore General apparently gives out an even number of 420 E.C.T. a year.
The psych ward where I watched the victims wait on gurneys in the morning for their E.C.T. in front of the nurses station."