Three people who were wounded in the school shootings in La Loche, Sask., last week have been released from hospital, the province says.

It's welcome good news for a community still reeling from the deaths of four people on Jan. 22.

Two people — a teacher and an educational assistant — were killed, and seven people were wounded at the local high school after a 17-year-old boy allegedly entered the school with a gun.

The bodies of two teenage boys were found at a home in the village.

The wounded were taken to Royal University Hospital in Saskatoon.

In a daily briefing with the media on Wednesday, provincial government officials confirmed that three of them are now out of the hospital. 

The condition of the other four in hospital hasn't been disclosed.