A 17-year-old La Loche boy is charged with making threats against a local school.
RCMP said they received a call Wednesday after a school in the Northern Saskatchewan community received a threat.
The boy was arrested soon after. He can’t be named due to the Youth Criminal Justice Act.
There were no weapons or injuries during the arrest. The teen is to appear in court on Thursday.
The latest incident comes just two weeks before another teen is scheduled for sentencing in the deadly La Loche high school shooting.
A boy, 17 at the time, opened fire at a home in the community, killing two brothers, before going to the local high school on Jan. 22, 2016. There, he fatally shot two educators and injured seven others.
He pleaded guilty to the crimes in October 2016.
The teen, who also can’t be named due to the Youth Criminal Justice Act, will learn whether he’ll be punished as a youth or an adult.
La Loche is located about a six-hour drive north of Saskatoon.