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Mark Arcand (R), brother of James Smith Cree Nation stabbing victim Bonnie Burns, and Brian (2nd R), husband of Bonnie, pause behind pictures of Bonnie during a news conference in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada, Sept. 7, 2022. - One of two brothers who were the target of a massive manhunt in Canada after allegedly carrying out a stabbing spree that left 10 dead and 18 wounded has been found dead, police said on September 5. The killings in the remote James Smith Cree Nation Indigenous community and the town of Weldon in Saskatchewan province in western Canada are among the deadliest incidents of mass violence ever to hit the nation.

Prince Albert diocese prays for victims of Canada stabbings

Sep 7, 2022

By Jonah McKeown, Carl Bunderson

Following a stabbing spree in rural Canada that left at least 10 dead and 18 injured, the local Catholic diocese... Read more

Memorial in Ottawa, Canada, in tribute to 215 Indigenous children whose remains were found in unmarked graves at the site of a former residential School in Kamloops, June 1, 2021.

Saskatchewan bishops call for justice after new discovery of unmarked graves at former residential school

Jun 25, 2021

By Matt Hadro

Bishops of the Canadian province of Saskatchewan acknowledged the need for “repentance” and justice, after a new discovery of hundreds... Read more

Bishop Mark Hagemoen, who was appointed Bishop of Saskatoon Sept. 12, 2017. Photo courtesy of the Diocese of Saskatoon.

Bishop Mark Hagemoen transferred to Saskatoon diocese

Sep 12, 2017

Bishop Mark Hagemoen of Mackenzie-Fort Smith was on Tuesday named as Bishop of Saskatoon, which covers a large portion of... Read more

Court ruling could yank funds for non-Catholics at Catholic schools in Canada

Apr 27, 2017

Non-Catholic students at Catholic schools in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan will not receive taxpayer funding, a judge ruled last... Read more