TISDALE, Sask. – A rural Saskatchewan community will host a candlelight vigil Wednesday evening to honour a mother and her three children who were killed in a murder-suicide last week.
The bodies of Latasha Gosling, 27, and her children – Jenika, Landen and Janayah – were found in their mobile home in Tisdale, northeast of Saskatoon.
RCMP have said their killer took a six-month-old baby from the trailer and drove to a home in Prince Albert, where he killed himself but spared the baby.
The child is now in the care of family members.
Gosling’s cousin, Tim Funk, says he hopes to see a large turnout at the vigil and wants to meet some of the people who have reached out to his family.
He adds that he has received thousands of Facebook messages from people offering…
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