Sherri Zickefoose, Calgary Herald — Canada’s youngest multiple killer is going before a judge Monday as her rehabilitation is scrutinized.

The young woman, who cannot be identified, has been in therapy since being convicted in the slaying of her parents and eight-year-old brother on April 23, 2006.

She was found guilty of three counts of first-degree murder, as was her boyfriend, Jeremy Allan Steinke, who was 23 at the time.

The woman is in the final stage of her 10-year sentence. She is a university student with a part-time job.

On Monday, the teen’s twice yearly sentence review is happening at Medicine Hat Court of Queen’s Bench.

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