Catherine McKay guilty of impaired driving causing death of Saskatoon family, granted day parole

A Saskatchewan woman who drove drunk and killed a family of four in a devastating highway crash has been granted day parole.

Catherine McKay is serving a federal sentence at a healing lodge after pleading guilty to impaired driving causing death.

In early 2016, court heard that McKay had a blood alcohol level three times the legal limit when she failed to stop at a stop sign and crashed into a vehicle carrying a young couple and their two children just north of Saskatoon.

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