Lawyer James Morton thinks so:
The radio says Karla Homolka is seeking a pardon.
I'm not so sure -- she has, apparently, changed her name and become a Dutch citizen. A pardon would do her very little benefit and would force her to disclose her current location, name and the like. More to the point, she would be most unlikely to get a pardon.
My guess is that the Homolka pardon is being suggested by those who want to tighten parole restrictions.
And since the original story quoted "unnamed sources" (government sources??), and served as the backdrop for some high silliness on the part of Public Safety Minister Vic Toews, I am inclined to believe Mr. Morton.