Sentencing Delayed in Northeast Poaching Case

Saturday, May 14, 2005 at 14:45



A provincial court judge has delayed the sentencing of four men from northeast Saskatchewan convicted of helping American hunters shoot large amounts of waterfowl.


The incidents occured in 2002 and 2003 resulting in the guilty pleas of Mistik Hunting lodge owner Gary Carriere and three of his guides (Delvin Laliberte, Cory Mckenzie and Claude Dussion).


The new date for the matter to be settled is August 25th.