An extra condition has been added to the full parole granted to Patrick Tremblay.
He has had full parole since 2012 after serving prison time for the shooting deaths of Les and Ann McLean near Valleyview in 1985.
Another man, Roderick Martineau, also served time for his role in the killings.
The Parole Board of Canada has ordered that Tremblay not have contact with his wife or the children that live at the family residence unless it has to do with child care and custody issues.
This came about after his wife obtained an Emergency Protection Order in May, prohibiting Tremblay from any contact with her or the children.
Tremblay did turn himself in to talk to the Parole Board about this. The Board added the no contact condition, plus increased reporting to the parole office. He has agreed to the conditions.
In it’s written decision, the Parole Board says his case management team believes Tremblay “remained manageable in the community.”
Several other conditions, including seeking psychological counseling and not using drugs or alcohol, are still attached.