La Loche Suspect Described Himself As An 'Outcast,' Friends Say - Huffington Post Canada

LA LOCHE, Sask. — A 17-year-old boy accused of shooting to death four people in a remote Saskatchewan First Nations community described himself as an "outcast" at home and victim of bullying at school, say his friends. The teen, who made his first ...

Father prepares for burial of son in La Loche, Sask. - Globalnews.ca

Gerald Moise, father of shooting victim Dayne Fontaine, 17, pours gas on a fire prepares to soften the ground to dig a grave in La Loche, Sask., Monday, Jan. 25, 2016. Jonathan Hayward / The Canadian Press ...

Indigenous health expert says La Loche healing must come from within - CBC.ca

An indigenous health expert at the University of Saskatchewan says it is vital that people from La Loche, Sask. help drive the community's healing process. "The last thing we want is for people to flood into this community and try to tell the community ...

Response to violence, mental health in North under scrutiny following La Loche shootings - The Globe and Mail

The Saskatchewan government's response to violence and mental-health issues in the North is coming under scrutiny, days after four people were shot dead and seven injured in the remote and largely aboriginal community of La Loche. According to the ...

'I don't know … whether he's a perpetrator, a suspect or victim': La Loche shooter makes court appearance - National Post

MEADOW LAKE — As the 17-year-old charged with murdering four people made his first court appearance Monday, two First Nations leaders say he's not the usual perpetrator. The teen, who according to several people was relentlessly bullied, had few ...

'He was a good kid:' Father of La Loche victim prepares his son's grave - Macleans.ca

A fire burns as it thaws the frozen ground in order to dig a grave for one of the shooting victims at the cemetery in La Loche, Saskatchewan, Monday, Jan. 25, 2016. A 17-year-old was charged with first-degree murder and attempted murder in a mass ...

Massacre in La Loche: A lost boy, a town on the edge — and a gun - iPolitics.ca (subscription)

Members of the La Loche, Sask., community hold a prayer vigil on Sunday January 24, 2016. A Friday shooting left four people dead. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Jason Franson. Jeff Sallot. Monday, January 25th, 2016. Federal · Facebook · Twitter · Reddit Share.

Suspect in Saskatchewan shooting teased, called himself 'black sheep:' Friends - Macleans.ca

RCMP remain on scene of the house where the bodies of two brothers were found after a shooting last Friday in La Loche, SK. (Photograph by Chris Bolin). LA LOCHE, Sask. – A 17-year-old boy accused of shooting to death four people in a remote ...

'Every one of us in La Loche has been victimized,' shooting victim's relative says - CBC.ca

Annette Montgrand, who had a family member shot on Friday afternoon in La Loche, Sask., says this is her third family member who has been shot in the past seven years in the northern Saskatchewan community. She carries a lot of pain as she waits at a ...

Canada: Teen Charged in Saskatchewan School Shooting Appears in Court - Newsweek

Canada A makeshift memorial located near a Royal Canadian Mounted Police vehicle parked outside the Dene high school campus of the La Loche Community School in La Loche, Saskatchewan on January 24. REUTERS/Raymond Dauvin/Handout via ...

House of Commons pauses for moment of silence for La Loche victims - Macleans.ca

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau (centre) and Liberal MPs stand for a moment of silence for the Saskatchewan shooting victims during Question Period in the House of Commons on Parliament Hill in Ottawa, on Monday, Jan.25, 2015. (Adrian Wyld/CP).

Suspect in La Loche shooting was bullied, a loner, says source close to accused - Toronto Star

Charged with four counts of first-degree murder, seven counts of attempted murder 17-year-old kept to himself, source says. Aaron Janvier adds logs to the fire being used to thaw the ground so that a grave can be dug for a victim of the school shooting ...

Grandmother of 2 dead teens in La Loche, Sask. asks people to forgive accused shooter - CBC.ca

The grandmother of two teens who are dead after a shooting in La Loche, Sask., is asking people to forgive the accused shooter. On Friday people were shot in a home and at the community school in La Loche. Four are dead and seven more injured.

Saskatchewan school shooting: Accused La Loche teen appears in court - CBC.ca

A teenager charged in connection with the shooting deaths of four people in La Loche, Sask., on Friday made his first court appearance in Meadow Lake provincial court Monday afternoon. LIVE BLOG: La Loche shooting suspect in court. The 17-year-old has ...

La Loche tragedy unfolded: a Saskatchewan town in crisis following school shooting - CBC.ca

The devastation in La Loche, Sask. this weekend has left a community reeling from the loss of four young people. Two brothers were gunned down at this home before the school shooting on Friday, January 22.

School safety expert warns of La Loche copycats, urges compassion in days following shooting deaths - Saskatoon StarPhoenix

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Saskatchewan school shooting: 7 victims at Saskatoon hospital - CBC.ca

While people in La Loche, Sask., continue to grieve the deaths of four people, others are focused on the seven people seriously injured in Friday's mass shooting. Those victims of the shooting at La Loche Community School were taken from the northern ...

To call the La Loche shootings a tragedy 'doesn't do the incident justice,' says teen's defence lawyer - Saskatoon StarPhoenix

MEADOW LAKE — As the 17-year-old charged with murdering four people made his first court appearance, two First Nations leaders say the easy victim-perpetrator dynamic does not apply. The teen, who according to several people was relentlessly bullied, ...

The La Loche shootings: The victims, the town and the tragic tale so far - The Globe and Mail

Cody Montgrand leaves a prayer candle at a makeshift memorial for the victims of the La Loche school shooting. JOHN LEHMANN/THE GLOBE AND MAIL. The Globe and Mail Last updated: Thursday, Jan. 05, 2017 3:26PM EST. Share via email · Share on ...

La Loche continues grieving in wake of shooting - News Talk 650 CKOM

A vigil has been set up in front of the Dene High School, the scene of a tragic shooting on Friday, Jan. 22. 2016. Previous 1 of 4 Next. People in La Loche gathered to grieve, pray and demand action at a vigil at the town hall on Sunday night after a ...