Saskatchewan stabbings: Relatives mourn slain sister as communities in shock over rampage

Saskatchewan stabbings: relatives mourn slain sister as communities in shock over rampage

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Shock and horror in two Saskatchewan communities after a deadly stabbing rampage took the lives of 11 people including one of the suspects, and injured 19.

The community of James Smith Cree Nation has been left in total chaos after the tragedy, Ivor Burns said — even more so, considering the Sanderson brothers had lived alongside them.

“What sane man would do something that? What sane person would do something like that to so many people?” Darryl Burns said.

The Burns’ sister, Gloria, a 62-year-old addictions counsellor who worked for the National Native Alcohol and Drug Abuse Program, was one of the dead.

Darryl was also an addictions counsellor until Monday when he quit his job after his sister’s murder.

Confusion and shock were also felt in Weldon, where the village is trying to cope after the violence shattered the small community where everyone knows everyone.

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