JAMES SMITH CREE NATION- The chief of a Saskatchewan First Nation is set to speak the day after the suspect in a deadly stabbing rampage died in police custody following a four-day manhunt. Myles Sanderson went into medical distress shortly after being arrested Wednesday. Sanderson was wanted on charges, including first-degree murder, after attacks that left 10 people dead and 18 injured on Sunday. Most of the victims were from the James Smith Cree Nation and the community has been on edge and in grief since the fatal stabbings. Chief Wally Burns is scheduled to speak alongside other First Nations leaders in the community this morning. They are also to be joined by RCMP and Crown and Indigenous Relations Minister Marc Miller, Indigenous Services Minister Patti Haju and Public Safety
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