The RCMP remains tight lipped about the mass shooting in northwestern Saskatchewan, but family members of the deceased are coming forward.
Comfirmation from families has helped identify the four people killed when a lone shooter went on a rampage.
23-year old Marie Janvier was an educational assistant at the La Loche Community School. Her aunt told media she was one of the victims on Friday night.
Another faculty member, Adam Wood, was also gunned down at the school.
His father, Ted Wood, confirmed the death from his home in Uxbridge, Ontario on Saturday.
Wood had began teaching in La Loche in September.
The other two deceased a brothers, Dayne and Drayden Fontaine. There are unconfirmed reports that there is a blood relation to the alleged shooter.
None of the names, gender or age of the victims has been confirmed by RCMP.
RCMP Chief Superintendent Maureen Levy says the investigation is ongoing.
The alleged gunman is in custody.
According to members of the community the gunman shot the two brothers at a home then sent a mass message warning about his intention to “shoot up the school”.
The shooter then proceeded to the school where two more were killed and an unreported number of students were injured.
Premier Brad Wall will be addressing media about the situation at 3 pm Regina time.