Canada called Sunday for a prompt investigation into the air strikes that killed more than 140 individuals and injured many others at a funeral ceremony in Yemen's capital.
The Iran-supported Huthi rebels faulted the Saudi-led coalition for Saturday's assault, one of the deadliest since it propelled a military crusade against the Shiite radicals in March 2015.
After initially denying any involvement, the coalition later said it would "instantly investigate" the episode.
"The Saudi-led coalition must move ahead now on its dedication to research this episode," Canadian Foreign Minister Stephane Dion said in an announcement censuring the assault.
"Canada approaches all gatherings in Yemen to keep away from a heightening of brutality as an aftereffect of this occurrence."
Dion said "Canada encourages all gatherings to keep their commitments under universal philanthropic law, and to focus on political exchange and to an enduring discontinuance of dangers to end the appalling loss of non military personnel life."
The Huthis cleared into Sanaa in September 2014 and progressed crosswise over quite a bit of Yemen, constraining the universally perceived legislature of President Abedrabbo Mansour Hadi to escape.
The contention has slaughtered more than 6,700 individuals – just about 66% of them regular citizens – and dislodged no less than three million since the coalition propelled military operations, as per the United Nations.