The name Tori Stafford was brought up in the House of Commons yesterday.
WOODSTOCK - Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer is calling on Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, to reverse the transfer of a woman involved in the death of Tori Stafford back in 2009.
Terri-Lynne McClintic pled guilty to first degree murder and was sentenced to life in prison without parole.
She was transferred to a healing lodge run by Correctional Service Canada last December.
Oxford's Conservative MP Dave MacKenzie says this is unacceptable.
"This is not a medium security; it's a healing lodge that has no walls and no fences. It has children there and her history is one that would indicate that she shouldn't be there."
MacKenzie says she needs to be behind bars.
"We asked the Prime Minister for the opportunity to say he would change this and put her back in a prison where she belongs and he started blaming everyone else for the problem."
Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale has asked correctional officials to review the transfer.