By Mickey Djuric THE CANADIAN PRESS JAMES SMITH CREE NATION- Tire tracks worn into the gravel roads that lead into James Smith Cree Nation are deeper than they were two weeks ago, remnants of the heavy police presence and the numerous funeral processions that followed. Locals have returned to these roads, once again waving as they pass each other to run errands or visit family. But as the sun sets, which is happening earlier than it did in early September, the fear creeps back in. Herbert Burns says he keeps his doors locked at night, worried about the anger that lingers in the community, not just from the Sept. 4 stabbings that killed 10 people and injured 18 others in the First Nation and a nearby village, but from generations
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