According to the reporters, a 17 year old boy had been charged by the police with four counts of first degree murder following a shooting spree that had put to death two teachers and two brothers in western Canada, said the authorities.
The student of high school had also been charged with seven counts of attempted murder over those wounded in Friday`s rampage at a home and nearby school in remote La Loche, in Saskatchewan province, as told to reporters by Royal Canadian Mounted Police Superintendent Grant St. Germaine.
The Prime Minister Justin Trudeau described the shooting as `every parent`s nightmare`.
The teenager, who had not yet been named, is suspected to had been put to death two brothers, Drayden and Dayne Fontaine, aged 13 and 17 at their home before going to the nearby school.
He there allegedly carried out fire and shot and out to death two teachers, 21 year old Marie Janvier and 35 year old Adam Wood, and also wounding seven others people, as per the police.
According to the police, they were not been aware of a motive and they declined to give any information about what type of gun was used.