The transfer of a convicted child killer to an aboriginal healing lodge is the reason for several protests across the province.
The largest is happening on Parliament Hill Friday, with the goal to have Terri-Lynne McClintic returned to prison.
McClintic pleaded guilty in 2010 to killing Tori Stafford, 8, and was sentenced to life in prison with no chance for parole for 25 years.
The federal Conservatives have been highly critical of the transfer from a prison to the lodge earlier this year.
The father of Tori, Rodney Stafford, will be among those on the hill for the four hour protest which goes until 12 p.m.
A growing crowd has gathered on Parliament Hill to protest eight-year-old Tori Stafford's killer being transferred to an Aboriginal healing lodge. Some of those gathered have been marching and chanting with signs. #ottnews @1310NEWS @680NEWS pic.twitter.com/U6sQZNnPSv— Jason White (check!) (@1310JasonWhite) November 2, 2018