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A trial date has been set for a convicted sex offender accused of causing the deaths of two teenage girls.
Martin Tremblay will go to trial in March 2013 for criminal negligence causing death, obstruction of justice, and failing to provide the necessities of life in the deaths of Martha Jackson Hernandez and Kayla Lalonde.
Police believe the girls were lured with drugs and alcohol so they could be sexually assaulted.
Hernandez died in hospital after she was found in Tremblay's Richmond home, while Lalonde died shortly after collapsing on a road in Burnaby.
Tremblay's history of drugging and sexually assaulting underage aboriginal girls dates back 10 years.