Former Ottawa hospital technician Misbahuddin Ahmed has been found guilty of two terrorism-related charges, but has been acquitted on a third more serious count.
Ahmed was convicted of conspiring to knowingly facilitate a terrorist activity and participation in the activities of a terrorist group.
The 30-year-old was found not guilty of possession of explosives with intent to do harm.
A jury delivered the verdict today after two days of deliberation.
Ahmed faced a maximum sentence of 14 years in prison on the conspiracy charge and life in prison for the explosive device count.
He and two alleged co-conspirators were charged following a top-secret RCMP security operation dubbed Project Samossa.
The Crown contended the three men agreed to raise money to support a violent jihad and to make and use explosives against targets in Canada.
During a seven-month operation, RCMP anti-terrorist officers collected thousands of intercepts through surveillance of the homes, cars, phones and computer communications of the three men.
One of the co-accused, Khurram Syed Sher, was tried by a judge earlier this year on one conspiracy count.
Sher was an anatomical pathologist in St. Thomas, Ont., south of London, before his arrest in August 2010.
A publication ban was imposed on the identity of the third alleged co-conspirator.