Canada police hunt for two men in fatal stabbing spree

STORY: Canadian police hunted for two suspects on Sunday, after a stabbing spree at a sparsely populated indigenous community and a nearby village.

At least 10 people were killed, in what has become one of the deadliest mass killings in modern Canadian history.

At least 15 others were wounded.

Rhonda Blackmore, Commanding Officer of the Saskatchewan Royal Canadian Mounted Police, told a news conference there was no known motive yet.

“At this stage in our investigation we believe some of the victims have been targeted by the suspects and others have been attacked randomly.”

Those two suspects were named as 31-year-old Damien Sanderson and 30-year-old Myles Sanderson.

“Let me be clear, we are still looking for the two suspects. We are asking residents across Saskatchewan and neighboring provinces to be vigilant.”

The stabbings occurred across 13 locations in the indigenous community of James Smith Cree Nation and the nearby village of Weldon.

In a statement, James Smith Cree Nation said elected elders declared a state of emergency and set up two emergency operations centers in response to the situation.

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau tweeted that the attacks were "horrific and heartbreaking” and urged Canadians to follow updates from local authorities.