Canada’s top court is set to reveal this week whether it will hear the case of Karl Lilgert.
He’s the man who was convicted in the Queen of the North ferry sinking in 2006, in which two people drowned.
Lilgert was found guilty in 2013, after it was argued he’d been distracted by a longstanding personal relationship with a co-worker.
He appealed, but was turned down, so he asked the Supreme Court of Canada to have another look.
That court is set to hand down its decision on his request on Thursday.