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The boxer Marie-Eve Dicaire was awarded the Medal of the national Assembly last Friday in the framework of the annual event of the Kiwanis club of Saint-Eustache.
She has received the distinction of the hands of Benoit Charette, minister of the Environment, Sylvie love, minister of aboriginal Affairs, Norman Yargeau, president of the Kiwanis club, and Roger Hamel, Lieutenant Governor Kiwanis.
Linda Lapointe, member of parliament for Rivière-des-Mille-Îles, was also presented to the athlete from Saint-Eustache a letter of congratulations signed by the prime minister of Canada, Justin Trudeau.
Dicaire has been awarded this honour after becoming the first world champion in quebec in boxing. She won the title IBF super mid-sized December 1st in Quebec city by defeating the Uruguayan Chris Namus.
The Quebec will defend his belt for the first time on 23 march at the Casino of Montreal, reported the “Journal de Montréal” on Monday. The identity of his opponent is not known for the moment.