The Correctional Service of Canada has recommended changes to its policies after the 2018 murder of a Winnipeg group home manager, who was killed by a man on statutory release.
Kane Moar was granted statutory release on Oct. 7, 2018, although parole and corrections officials knew at the time he was likely to be charged with second-degree murder in the August 2018 killing of another inmate at Stony Mountain prison.
On Dec. 17, 2018, Moar stabbed and killed 34-year-old Ricardo Hibi, a father and the manager of a group home for young at-risk men.
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