There's still no trial date set in the case of the man accused of killing two women in a hit-and-run accident earlier this year.
A hearing to set a date for trial for Cory Sater was adjourned Thursday as lawyers for both sides work out details about how many witnesses they intend to call.
An arraignment hearing for Sater was also postponed and the next appearance date is set for later this month.
The charges stem from a hit-and-run collision near the intersection of the Lougheed Highway and Pitt River Road last spring in which Lorraine Cruz and Charlene Reaveley were killed.
Reaveley is believed to have stopped to assist Cruz, who had been involved in a minor accident, when they were both struck by a passing vehicle that also hit and seriously injured Cruz's friend, Paulo Calimahin.
Thursday's adjournment is the latest delay in a number. The matter has come before a judge 11 times without being able to fix a date for trial, largely due to the fact that the defence had not received all of the disclosure it required from the prosecution.