La Loche shooting victim Charlene Klyne (right) joins deputy leader of the Sask. NDP, Buckley Belanger, in Saskatoon to speak publicly for the first time since the tragedy on Sept. 28, 2016. JT Marshall/CKOM Staff
September 29, 2016 - 11:40am
Charlene Klyne will bear the physical scars of the deadly mass shooting in La Loche for the rest of her life.
Klyne was one of seven people injured Jan. 22 when a shooter entered the high school in the northern Sask. community, located about a six-hour drive north of Saskatoon.