An Edmonton jury has found two men guilty in the shooting deaths of two Metis hunters in rural Alberta.
Jacob Sansom and Maurice Cardinal were found dead on the side of a road near Glendon in March 2020.
Anthony Bilodeau was found guilty of second-degree murder and manslaughter and his father Roger Bilodeau was found guilty of two counts of manslaughter.
A spokeswoman for the victims' families thanked the Crown for bringing justice for the ``senseless murders.
Anthony Bilodeau's lawyer, Brian Beresh, said he was disappointed in the verdict.
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