After announcing the award yesterday, Ontario Attorney General Chris Bentley said "It is my hope that Mr. Truscott and his family will now be able to spend all of their time on the rest of life's journey."
Mr. Truscott called the compensation "bittersweet".
Mr. Truscott's compensation was recommended in a report by retired Ontario Appeal Court Justice Sydney Robins, who was asked by the province to review the issue of compensation after the Ontario Court of Appeal acquitted Mr. Truscott of the 1959 crime last August.
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- Shashi K. Raina, Toronto