Ryan Grantham, an actor, received a life sentence for shooting dead his mother.
In March 2020, Grantham, who is best known for his work on Riverdale and the Diary of a Wimpy Kid, admitted to killing his mother, Barbara Waite, in the second degree.
The 24-year-old was given a life sentence on Wednesday in Vancouver at the British Columbia Supreme Court.
According to the CBC in Canada, he won't be eligible for parole for 14 years.
According to the source, Justice Kathleen Ker stated that the heartbreaking impact of the incident was demonstrated by the victim's loved ones' riveting remarks, such as Grantham's sister.
She added that the actor's "saving grace" was that he was aware enough of what he did and he didn't go on a spree.
after shooting his mother, Grantham was premeditating Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's murder, as well.
He also considered a mass shooting, either at Simon Fraser University or on the Lions Gate Bridge.
Appearing in front of Justice Ker at the Vancouver court in March, Grantham apologized for his actions, while also acknowledging how inconsequential his apology is, compared to what he did.