(OTTAWA) A former detainee from a camp in Syria who returned home this week has been released in Edmonton on the condition that she fulfill a terrorism peace bond.

The RCMP detachment in Alberta said the 38-year-old Canadian would have to comply with several other conditions.

The woman was one of a group of six women and 13 children that Global Affairs Canada agreed in January to repatriate from detainee camps in northeast Syria.

Lawrence Greenspon, an Ottawa lawyer, helped bring these women home. He said four of them and ten children returned to Canada this week.

Two of these women are currently being held in Brampton, Ontario. They were waiting for Thursday to appear. The Crown asked that they undertake not to disturb the public order.

The fourth woman has not been arrested.

Greenspon said all the children were placed with relatives.