Ten people are dead and 15 others are hurt after stabbings in Saskatchewan, and Canadian police are looking for two suspects.
The names and pictures of two men who are wanted by the police have been made public.
After a mass stabbing in Canada, 10 people have died and 15 others have been hurt.
The dead and injured have been found in 13 different places in James Smith Cree Nation and Weldon, both in Saskatchewan, according to the authorities.
They have given out the names and pictures of two suspects who are on the run. Their names are Damien Sanderson and Myles Sanderson.
Rhonda Blackmore of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police said, "They are thought to be armed and dangerous."
Sunday morning, police got a call about the multiple stabbings.
Police said that it looked like some of the victims were chosen by the suspects and others were attacked at random.
Blackmore said that there may be more injured people who went to the hospital on their own.
"What happened in our province today is a terrible thing," she said.
Diane Shier, who lives in Weldon, said that she was in her garden on Sunday morning when she saw emergency workers a few blocks away.
Shier said that a man who lived next door with his grandson had been killed. She didn't want to say who the victim was because she thought it would be rude to his family.
She said, "I'm very sad because I lost a good neighbor."
The search for suspects was going on as fans came to Regina for a sold-out annual Labor Day game between the Saskatchewan Roughriders and the Winnipeg Blue Bombers of the Canadian Football League.
In a news release, the Regina Police Service said that it was working with the Mounties on several fronts to find and arrest the suspects and that it had "deployed additional resources for public safety throughout the city, including at the football game at Mosaic Stadium."