EDMONTON - A man accused of murdering two Alberta seniors has been released on bail.
The Crown consented to Travis Vader's release with an added condition that he obey a nightly curfew.
He must also wear an electronic ankle bracelet, a requirement of a prior release condition.
Vader is to stand trial next year charged with first-degree murder in the 2010 deaths of Lyle and Marie McCann of St. Albert.
The couple's burned motorhome was discovered after they left for a holiday, and police believe they were killed although their bodies have never been found.
Vader was freed on bail in December but re-arrested twice on charges that include assault and dangerous driving.
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