Boy killed by pack of dogs on Canoe Lake First Nation
A boy on the Canoe Lake First Nation in Saskatchewan died after being attacked by a pack of dogs.

The boy was walking from his home to his cousin's when he was mauled. He was identified as Keith Iron-Cheekosis. His age was reported as 9 or 10 years old.

"It was shocking to me to see him lying there in the snow," Cynthia Ballantyne, Keith's aunt, told The Globe and Mail. "I couldn't sleep. I just can't close my eyes. They must have jumped him.

Another boy on the reserve was attacked by dogs last week. Residents say the dogs are a growing problem.

Get the Story:
Dogs kill Sask. First Nation boy: relatives (CBC 1/31)
10-year-old dies in dog attack (The Saskatoon StarPhoenix 1/31)
Nine-year-old boy killed in dog attack (The National Post 2/1)
Fatal mauling of boy, 9, highlights wild-dog menace (The Globe and Mail 2/1)
Boy killed by pack of dogs on Saskatchewan reserve (CTV 2/1)