Former bishops of breakaway Mormon sect avoid jail over offences spanning decades

Two British Columbia men were sentenced to house arrest for having multiple wives, marking Canada’s first convictions for polygamy in more than a century.

Winston Blackmore and James Oler were sentenced to six and three months of house arrest, respectively, on Tuesday, according to a report by CBC News. They were convicted on one count of polygamy each in July 2017.

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