OTTAWA- A Manitoba man who armed himself and rammed a gate at Rideau Hall to confront Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has been granted day parole. The Parole Board of Canada denied full parole for Corey Hurren but approved for him to spend six months living in an undisclosed halfway house on day parole. “It is the Board’s opinion that you will not present an undue risk to society if released on day parole and that your release will contribute to the protection of society by facilitation your reintegration into society as a law-abiding citizen,” a Nov. 16 decision reads. The parole board said Hurren, 48, must attend psychological counselling to address mental health issues and reintegration stressors, take prescribed medication and maintain employment. Hurren, who once served with the military’s
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