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The two defendants have been identified as Damien Sanderson and Miles Sanderson.
Canada’s Public Safety Minister Marco Mendicino advises people to stay at home
Notice also issued not to contact suspicious people and not to transport hitchhikers

Ottawa, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau condemned Sunday’s attack, calling the Saskatchewan bombings “horrible and heartbreaking.” Commenting on the incident, Trudeau tweeted that the attacks in Saskatchewan today are horrific and heartbreaking. He thinks of those who have lost loved ones and those who have been hurt. According to the report by the ANI news agency, at least 10 people were killed and 15 were injured in these stabbing attacks in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan.

Police have identified the two suspects as Damien Sanderson and Miles Sanderson and say they are currently at large. The two accused were seen racing in a black Nissan car and were last seen in the city of Regina, about 200 miles south of the James Smith and Weldon Cree Nation attacks, police say . Canadian Public Safety Minister Marco Mendicino has urged Saskatchewan residents to stay home. He wrote on Twitter: “To everyone in Saskatchewan, especially near the James Smith Cree First Nation area, please seek shelter and stay safe.”

declared emergency
According to the CBC News report, given the large number of injured, a state of emergency has been declared. The alert was first issued at 7:12 a.m. Sunday and since then has received several updates. Regina-area residents are also advised not to approach suspicious people and not to drive up hitchhikers. In addition, a notice has been issued to inform about suspicious people at 911.

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