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Canadian police urge people to stay in their homes after possible sighting of mass stabbing suspect

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Myles Sanderson, 30, is suspected of killing 10 people in Canada on Sunday. Police have urged people in James Smith Cree Nation to stay in their homes. Police say Sanderson is considered armed and dangerous and may have killed his brother. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said: "All Canadians stand with the people of Saskatchewan"
Published 5 months ago

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Reaction to stabbing rampage at First Nation, village in Saskatchewan

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5 months ago·Toronto, Canada
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Canada urges residents to shelter after possible sighting of stabbing suspect

Canadian authorities warned people in the James Smith Cree Nation to shelter in place on Tuesday after reports of a possible sighting of the suspect who killed 10 people in a stabbing spree that roiled a country where mass violence is rare. Read More

5 months ago·Canada
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Canadian police urge people to stay in their homes after possible sighting of mass stabbing suspect

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5 months ago·United Kingdom
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Canada urges residents to shelter after possible sighting of stabbing suspect

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5 months ago·Q C, Philippines
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Possible sighting of stabbing suspect on Saskatchewan First Nation

Mounties in Saskatchewan reported a possible sighting Tuesday of a suspect in a mass stabbing in and around the James Smith Cree.

5 months ago·Toronto, Canada
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Reaction to stabbing rampage at First Nation, village in Saskatchewan

JAMES SMITH CREE NATION — A stabbing rampage on the James Smith Cree Nation and in the nearby village of Weldon, northeast of Saskatoon, has left 10 people dead and at least 18 others injured.

5 months ago
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