The man responsible for a deadly van attack in Toronto four years ago has been sentenced to life in prison with no possibility of parole for 25 years.
The 29-year-old killer was found guilty last year of murdering 10 people and attempting to murder 16.
Justice Anne Malloy delivered her sentence in a crowded Toronto court filled with victims’ loved ones.
Eight women and two men died after the killer ploughed a van down a busy pavement.
Another woman, Amaresh Tesfamariam, 65, died more than three years later in connection with injuries sustained in the attack on 23 April 2018. Justice Malloy said at Monday’s hearing that she considered her the 11th victim of the man’s crimes.