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Posted on: September 19, 2022

A Message of Condolence to James Smith Cree Nation

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Corman Park council and administration offer our most heartfelt condolences to the victims, family, friends and loved ones whose lives and communities have been touched by this tragedy. We are all connected and stand with you in support during these difficult times as you recover from injury and grieve. 

Corman Park flags will be lowered every day for the next ten days to honour each person from James Smith Cree Nation and Weldon whose lives were tragically taken in a mass stabbing on Sunday September 4, 2022.

  • Thomas Burns, 23, of James Smith Cree Nation. 
  • Carol Burns, 46, of James Smith Cree Nation. 
  • Gregory Burns, 28, of James Smith Cree Nation.
  • Lydia Gloria Burns, 61, of James Smith Cree Nation. 
  • Bonnie Burns, 48, of James Smith Cree Nation.
  • Earl Burns, 66, of James Smith Cree Nation.
  • Lana Head, 49, of James Smith Cree Nation.
  • Christian Head, 54, of James Smith Cree Nation.
  • Robert Sanderson, 49, of James Smith Cree Nation.
  • Wesley Petterson, 78, of Weldon.
     

There is a book of condolences in the RM office lobby for anyone that would like to sign it. The book will be available until the end of the month of September.


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