Convicted child killer Terri-Lynne McClintic has been sent back to prison.
She became the subject of national outrage when it was learned she'd been transferred to an Indigenous healing lodge.
Rodney Stafford issued a brief, celebratory Facebook post announcing that McClintic, who pleaded guilty in the brutal death of his eight-year-old daughter Tori, was no longer at the Saskatchewan lodge run by Corrections Canada.
"It's official!!! Terri-Lynne is back behind bars," he wrote in the online post.
Canadian Prison Consulting President, Lee Chapelle joined Kitchener Today with Brian Bourke on 570 NEWS to discuss the issue.
with files from The Canadian Press