James Smith Cree Nation chief, RCMP look to future after mass stabbing inquests conclude

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Leaders at James Smith Cree Nation have a lot to ponder after the inquests revolving around the 2022 mass stabbings in their community came to a conclusion.

In addition to the testimony and recommendations that came out of the inquests, Chief Wally Burns also has about 260 letters that students wrote to him.

“I ask them questions like, ‘What do you want to see in our community?’ ” Burns said. 

“One, they wanted to see a youth centre, a bunch of stuff in the youth centre — a pool, weights, anything that you can think of, we bought it.”

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Another letter, he laughed, asked about how to be a

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