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A Time of Horror in a Place of Family and Beauty


Only 48 hours or so had passed since two brothers had gone on a stabbing rampage, mostly on the James Smith Cree Nation in Saskatchewan, that had left 10 people dead and 18 injured and resulted in the end of both men’s lives. But when Amber Bracken, a photographer from Edmonton on assignment for The Times, and I pulled into a horse ranch on the reserve for an arranged meeting with Ivor Wayne Burns and his family, one of the brothers was still alive — and we were met with unexpected…



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