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Sentencing's been delayed in the case of Bill Lee.
The former Surrey resident has been convicted of sex crimes involving two children in Toronto in the 1970s.
He was scheduled to be sentenced Friday in Ontario Superior Court, but for unexplained reasons, his case has been adjourned to mid December.
Here in B.C., Lee was a highly respected aboriginal policy advisor with the Ministry of Children and Families and executive director of Surrey's Metis family services.