This Saturday, April 3, a march against domestic violence will take place in Montreal "in the name of Rebekah Love Harry," a 29-year-old woman who died in hospital three days after an alleged assault by her boyfriend. He has since been charged with second-degree murder.\nThe march will begin at Cabot Square at 4:30 p.m. on Saturday.\nEditor's Choice: Viral Photos Apparently Show An Enormous Lineup To Visit A Montreal Apartment\n\nOrganizers of the march wrote, "Join us as we march against domestic violence as a family and community on Saturday April 3rd at 4:30pm at Cabot Square [...]. A service and candle light vigil in order to honour Rebekah's life will be held at the end of the march at Dorchester Square at 6:00pm."\nA GoFundMe page has been set up to help the family pay for Harry's celebration of life and the creators of it are also "pulling together money for [Cordai]," her 9-year-old son.\nHarry is the seventh woman to lose her life as a result of domestic violence in Quebec in seven weeks.\n\n\n\nMarch Against Domestic Violence In The Name Of Rebekah Love Harry\nWhen: Saturday, April 3 at 4:30 p.m.\nWhere: Cabot Square, Montreal, QC\n\n \n \n \n \n \n March Against Domestic Violence In the Name of Rebekah Love Harry | Facebook\n \n \n \nFacebook event\n\nIf you are experiencing domestic violence, there is help. Quebec residents can visit SOS violence conjugale for immediate assistance or call 1-800-363-9010.