The Parole Board of Canada has granted a man convicted of a double murder 28 years ago permission to move to a halfway house in Greater Sudbury.

George Harding Lovie, now 61, was found guilty of murdering Donna and Arnold Edwards in March 1991, as well as the attempted murder of their daughter, Michele, with whom he had a brief relationship. Lovie was out on bail on charges of sexually assaulting her and forcible confinement when the murders took place.

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