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A separate inquest will be held from February 26 to March 1, 2024 in Saskatoon into the death of the suspect, Myles Sanderson. (Archive photo)

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The Saskatchewan Coroners Service will hold a public inquiry in mid-January to shed light on the stabbing attacks in the James Smith Cree Nation and in the village of Weldon which resulted in 11 deaths in 2022.

An initial inquest will be held in Melfort from January 15 to 26, 2024, at the Kerry Vickar Centre. If the investigation requires more time, the week of January 29 to February 2 has also been reserved, as indicated by the province in a press release, published Thursday.

This inquest will be conducted by Coroner Blaine Beaver.

On September 4, 2022, Myles Sanderson, a member of the Nation screams James Smith killed 11 people and injured 17 people in the community, but also in the village of Weldon.

[The Saskatchewan Coroners Service] is responsible for investigating all sudden and unexpected deaths, the province recalls. The purpose of an investigation is to establish who died, when and where that person died, as well as the medical cause and manner of death.

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FollowFollow< p class="StyledBodyHtmlParagraph-sc-48221190-4 hnvfyV">According to the release, a separate investigation will be held from February 26 to March 1, 2024, in Saskatoon into the suspect, Myles Sanderson. The latter died on September 7 in custody, shortly after his arrest.

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