One of the men found guilty in the shooting deaths of two Métis hunters in March 2020 was sentenced to 10 years less 1,624 days (4.5 years) on Friday.
Roger Bilodeau, 58, had his sentencing hearing on Friday. He received enhanced time served because of harsh COVID conditions.
Several victim impact statements were also given from the victims’ families.
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The Crown asked for 15 years less time served.
In May, a jury found Anthony Bilodeau guilty of second-degree murder for shooting Maurice Cardinal, 57, and guilty of manslaughter for shooting his nephew Jacob Sansom, 39.
His father, Roger Bilodeau, was found guilty of manslaughter in both deaths.
Roger and Anthony, 33, had pleaded not guilty to two counts each of second-degree murder in the deaths of Sansom and Cardinal.
Sansom and Cardinal were found dead on the side of a road near Glendon, Alta., northeast of Edmonton near Bonnyville, on March 28, 2020.