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La Loche, Sask., residents fear loss of Dene language and culture
Residents of La Loche, Sask., are proud of their Dene language and traditions, but feel it could be lost if something isn't done soon.
What do you think Saskatchewan should sell in cans to tourists?
Prince Edward Island is known for its red sand and foggy days.
PGA Tour's Graham DeLaet brings bushy beard to clean-cut world of golf
There is love and hate for PGA Tour golfer Graham DeLaet's bushy beard.
La Loche, Sask., residents taking back their school after fatal shootings
The close-knit community of La Loche, Sask., took back the northern Saskatchewan high school this afternoon after a fatal shooting over a month ago. Hundreds of people walked from downtown, just over one kilometre away, and entered the building as one.
La Loche, Sask., students return to school after shootings
Amid heightened security and comforting by family, students returned to Ducharme Elementary School in La Loche today following the shootings that killed two employees at a nearby high school and devastated the northern Saskatchewan community.
La Loche, Sask. students haunted by school shooting
"I could just hear the crying and all the loud students running. It's just really scary," said 16-year-old Kayla Ponicappo, who hid from the shooter inside a classroom.
La Loche teachers return to school following fatal shooting
Teachers returned to the high school in La Loche, Sask., for the first time since two of their colleagues were killed in a shooting there last month.
What 3 residents wish for La Loche's future
CBC News asked La Loche residents what they wished the future will hold for the northern Saskatchewan community.
La Loche shooting victim Marie Janvier remembered during roadside vigils
Northern Saskatchewan communities showed their unity Wednesday night while paying respect to La Loche shooting victim Marie Janvier.
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La Loche hopes for better future after deadly shootings, struggles with youth suicides
Residents of La Loche, Sask., say faith, family, friends and hope have helped them cope in the wake of last Friday's deadly shooting. But some are calling for more to be done to help the community deal with its ongoing youth suicide crisis.