The sentence for a man who crashed his SUV into an Edmonton restaurant patio, killing a young boy, has been increased by the Alberta Court of Appeal.
The court says 62 year old Richard Suter must turn himself into police this week to serve a 26-month prison sentence.
Suter was originally sentenced late last year to four months jail, after pleading guilty to failing to provide a breath sample after the collision.
A two year old boy was having dinner with his parents and baby brother in May 2013 when he was pinned against a wall and died.
Court heard that Suter was arguing with his wife while parking his SUV and mistakenly hit the gas instead of the brake.