A man accused of lewd acts in front of a city elementary school will remain in jail until a trial in the new year.
James Bryshun, 29, was arrested by RCMP earlier this month after witnesses told police a man was spotted in front of Lloyd George elementary with his pants down.
Bryshun pleaded not guilty to a charge of indecent exposure under the Criminal Code. He did not seek bail.
Defence lawyer Sheldon Tate said Bryshun was also charged with several breach offences when he was arrested and will serve time on those while he awaits trial on indecent exposure.
He will be tried in provincial court by judge alone. Tate said he would like to see a trial in January.
Bryshun was a criminal history for domestic abuse and for exposing himself to children in Alberta. He was arrested most recently in September in Fort Macleod, Alta., and charged with two counts of indecent exposure.