A man accused of attempted murder did not get a bail hearing during Moose Jaw Provincial Court on Thursday. 

Kyle Peeace appeared in court via video from remand, while his lawyer Nick Brown was on the phone. 

Brown said he was provided with a suggested address by Peeace on where he would live if released. According to Brown, he contacted the person living at that address they were not willing to have Peeace reside there. 

Without a suitable release plan, Brown told the court the show cause hearing could not move forward. 

He asked for a short adjournment of one week to canvas preliminary hearing dates. 

Judge David Chow asked for clarification on whether Peeace was going to have a bail hearing. Brown said he wanted to reserve the right to run a show cause hearing, but if there isn’t a suitable release plan that can’t happen. 

The case was adjourned to March 14 where preliminary hearing dates are expected to be set. 

Peeace was arrested along with his brother Dillon following an alleged machete attack in downtown Moose Jaw on Sept. 28. Along with attempted murder, Peeace is also facing charges of breaching an undertaking, failing to appear in court, and breaking and entering.