Voices from loved ones of Saskatchewan stabbing victims | Knife attacks in Saskatchewan

The voice of loved ones of victims of knife attacks in Saskatchewan | Knife attacks in Saskatchewan

On Wednesday, the names and ages of the victims of the knife attacks on Sunday, September 4 were released by the Coroner's Office Saskatchewan and the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) Detachment in Saskatchewan.

The relatives of the victims of the September 4 knife attacks in Saskatchewan speak on Wednesday at the of a press conference in the City of Bridges, hosted by the Saskatoon Tribal Council.

On September 4, 2022, two individuals caused 10 deaths in the James Smith Cree First Nation and in the village of Weldon.

Myles Sanderson, the last living suspect in this case, is still at large.

The body of the second suspect, Damien Sanderson, has been discovered Monday in a grassy area in the James Smith Cree community near one of the 13 crime scenes.

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