La Loche school should be 'torn down,' say mayor and local MP All 7 injured in the shooting are in critical condition, says government official CBC News Posted: Jan 24, 2016 3:16 PM CT Last Updated: Jan 24, 2016 8:57 PM CT Acting Mayor Kevin Janvier said the school in La Loche, the scene of shootings Friday, should be torn down and rebuilt. (CBC) Brad Wall in La Loche 11:21 Related Stories La Loche, Sask., shootings: Accused teen in court on Monday Facebook profiles changed to blue ribbons for La Loche, Sask. Adam Wood's family hopes La Loche shootings will 'fuel change' La Loche shooting: Church service held in town where 4 killed Families remember La Loche, Sask. shooting victims La Loche murder suspect arrested at gunpoint: RCMP Hundreds turn up for vigil in La Loche, Sask. La Loche shooting victims: 4 lives cut short The acting mayor of La Loche, Sask., and the member of Parliament for the region are calling for the school in their northern Saskatchewan community to be torn down and rebuilt following a shooting Friday. "I want that school to be rebuilt. Torn down, rebuilt ... because of the trauma," Kevin Janvier said Sunday following a meeting with provincial and national leaders, including Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall. Male, 17, charged with 4 counts of 1st-degree murder Flags lowered across Sask. for victims of La Loche shootings La Loche, Sask., shootings: Accused teen in court on Monday Nine people were shot at the La Loche Community School around 1 p.m. CST — two fatally. Two other victims were found dead in a home in La Loche. All seven people who were injured in the shooting at the school are in critical condition in hospital in Saskatoon, according to a provincial government official. RCMP said a 17-year-old suspect, now in custody and facing four charges of first-degree murder, will be in court Monday. The teen also faces seven charges of attempted murder.