Police hunt suspects in Canada after killing a suspect in Saskatchewan

A huge manhunt has been launched by Canadian police for two men who are suspected of stabbing about 10 people to death in a rampage. This incident shocked the whole nation as 10 people’s deaths can not be taken easily by the government.

There are two suspects named Damien Sanderson and Myles Sanderson. They are on the run and also considered armed and dangerous. Numerous victims played a role in this incident, they were found in 13 locations in the indigenous community nearby Weldon, James Smith Cree Nation. It is counted as the deadliest act of violence in Canada; even PM Justin Trudeau said that it was one of the most heartbreaking.

Almost 15 other people were injured or killed in the spree. The local residents were extremely vigilant and conducted a search across Canada’s largest and most remote regions.

Mr. Trudeau’s statement:

I am shocked and devastated by the horrific attack today. The people who are responsible for today’s abhorrent attack will be brought to justice.

As soon as the news of the stabbing broke, a dangerous SMS alert was sent to all the mobile phones in Saskatchewan, Alberta, and Manitoba. The police were re re ve constant warnings to the residents, “Do not leave a secure location and use caution when allowing others into your residence.” Apart from this, numerous checkpoints have been set up and have also warned drivers to not pick up hitchhikers.

The suspects were seen by members of the public in Regina last Sunday at about noon. They may be traveling in a black Nissan Rogue, which is said to be the Blackmore officer’s.


  • Where did this incident take place?

Ans. Saskatchewan, Canada

  • How many people got injured?

Ans. 10-15 people

  • Who is the prime minister of Canada?

Ans. Mr. Trudeau

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