The two men found guilty of terrorism charges for trying to derail a via rail passenger train have been sentenced to life in prison.
Raed Jaser and Chiheb Esseghaier were found guilty in March on a total of eight charges between them.
The judge ruled that both men have not expressed remorse or renounced their extremist beliefs.
The Crown was seeking life sentences for both men.
Jaser’s lawyer argued for a sentence of 5½ years in jail which would include three years for time already served. Esseghaier made no sentencing submission.
After sentencing Esseghaier told the judge “”The life sentence doesn’t have any meaning for me,” adding God was his “master.”
Both men must serve 10 years before they are eligible for parole.