Outpouring of support for Abbotsford high school following deadly stabbing

by www.winnipegfreepress.com
ABBOTSFORD, B.C. - Counsellors are available to meet with grieving high school students in a city outside Vancouver as they try to understand a deadly stabbing attack at their school. One student was stabbed to death and another is listed in stable condition after police say a barefoot man...
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