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Convicted murderer Andrew Evans is set to give a presentation at a teachers conference about addiction recovery.
Evans killed Nicole Parisien in 2007. He was released after seven years in prison.
Drug - Recovery - Organization
Now he works at an adolescent drug recovery organization.
Some teachers are uneasy about the decision to give him a platform.
Man - Woman - Death - Presentation - Addiction
A man who strangled a woman to death is scheduled to give an "inspirational" presentation about addiction recovery to a group of teachers.
Andrew Evans, a former drug counselor and college rugby player, was convicted of second-degree murder in 2007. He confessed that he beat and strangled Nicole Parisien, a sex worker, after being unable to get an erection, and then hid her body in the bushes.
Evans - Life - Prison - Parole - Years
Evans was sentenced to life in prison, but received parole after seven years, according to BC Global News.
In the years since, Evans moved back to Calgary and now works as the quality assurance coordinator at the Alberta Adolescent Recovery Centre, according to BC Global News.
Calgary - City - Teachers
He is scheduled to speak at the Calgary City Teachers'...
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