A man accused of killing a family doctor at a medical clinic in central Alberta was deemed fit Wednesday to stand trial.
He was sent last month for a 30-day psychiatric assessment at the Calgary psychiatric hospital.
The judge in the case says a psychiatrist found that Mabiour meets the standards required to be considered mentally fit to stand trial.
Mabiour appeared in Red Deer court today via video from the Calgary Remand Centre.
He said very little, except that he does not want a lawyer and intends to represent himself.
The case has been adjourned to Nov. 6.
A judge initially ordered a five-day psychiatric exam to see if the 54-year-old understood the charges against him and was fit to stand trial. Last month, Judge Bert Skinner extended it another 30 days after he said Mabiour was refusing to co-operate with medical staff.
Reynolds, a 45-year-old father of two, was attacked with a weapon while working at the clinic on Aug. 10. He died later in hospital.
Mabiour is also charged with assault with a weapon and assaulting a police officer.