In the grim aftermath of child homicide, families and first responders struggle to cope

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There are no members of the Robillard family left in southeast Edmonton.

In their grief after Carolann Robillard and her 11-year-old child, Jayden Miller, were fatally stabbed in a random attack outside Crawford Plains School on May 5, 2023, surviving family members could no longer face spending their days in that part of the city.

Carolann Robillard’s two surviving daughters moved out of the city. Her sister, Amanda Robillard, moved to the north side and her mother, Donna Robillard, followed.

There was too many memories and all that,” Donna Robillard said in an interview this month.

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The Robillards’ loss was massive and overwhelming — a violent,

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