A father from Alberta will do prison time for the 2017 manslaughter death of his 19-month-old son.
Joey Crier of Samson Cree Nation was sentenced to 9.5 years Monday in Edmonton.
He and his girlfriend, Tasha-Lee Mack, were both convicted after the body of toddler Anthony Raine was found outside a church in the Alberta capital. Mack was sentenced to 8.5-years in June.
Both adults were addicted to crystal methamphetamine, court was told.
The boy died of severe head trauma.