CBC News: The National | Saskatchewan manhunt over, fugitive suspect dead

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The suspect in a Saskatchewan mass killing is dead; the takedown and what we know about Myles Sanderson’s violent past. For the first time, victims’ families are publicly sharing stories of loved ones lost. And the many ways people are rallying to help James Smith Cree First Nation.

00:00 The National for Sept. 7, 2022
00:42 Suspect in a Saskatchewan mass killing dead
4:14 Vigils held for the victims in Saskatchewan mass killing
10:27 Personal tributes to victims in Saskatchewan mass killing
11:31 Parents of the Sask. stabbing suspect speak to CBC News
12:34 Court documents detail Myles Sanderson’s criminal history
14:33 Investigation into Myles Sanderson’s release from prison
15:05 Bank of Canada raises key lending interest rate
17:28 Telecom companies sign deal maintain service during outages
18:07 Trudeau plans to lead his party into the next election
19:39 Conservative party set to announce new leader
20:40 Shelling in Mykolaiv, Ukraine as Russian assault continues
23:43 Community react to news of the death of Myles Sanderson
26:28 Timeline of the Sask. murders and search for suspects
29:17 Expert analysis on the police operation and investigation
32:46 Canadians less satisfied with healthcare access than Americans
35:12 Inside look at Canada’s healthcare access crisis
43:19 Divers discover WW II airplane wreck underwater

Saskatchewan manhunt ends,

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