The provincial government is continuing to provide support to the northern community of La Loche.
In January of 2016 a 17 year-old gunman killed two teenage brothers at a home in the community before shooting and killing two more people at the community school while injuring seven others.
Since then the government has been providing supports needed to help the community grow and heal.
On Wednesday members of the provincial government were in La Loche speaking with community members.
Deputy Premier Don Morgan said they wanted to hear from the community on how their needs are continuing to change.
“We’re meeting and talking about housing, education, counselling and health care. We’ll be talking with the mayor and town council as well as some teachers,” Morgan said.
Morgan said since the tragedy they have provided La Loche with a number of councilors, security officers for the school, along with capital renovations at the school, housing initiatives and are in the process of planning upgrades to the health centre.
Six ministers made the trip to La Loche for Wednesday.
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