They were neighbors, friends and family, mothers, aunts and uncles, as old as 78 and as young as 23. Elders who had so much to share and young people just beginning their life’s journey.
All but one are from the James Smith Cree Nation in Saskatchewan, Canada, victims of one of the largest mass killings in the country’s history.
The release of the names Wednesday of the 10 people killed in the “horrific” stabbing spree Sunday confirmed what social media had already told the world – that virtually everyone in the small First Nations community in central Canada had been touched by the violence.
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