WINNIPEG – Ontario’s chief forensic pathologist says there’s no way to determine the cause of death for six infants whose remains were found in a storage locker, but the babies were certainly big enough to have been born alive.
NORWAY HOUSE, Man. – When Ron Evans was 17, he worked as a driver shuttling staff home after their shifts at the Norway House Indian Hospital in northern Manitoba.
He’s now racking his brain trying to think of the names of workers he knew back in 1975, the same year four men were switched at birth at the hospital in the remote community 800 kilometres north of Winnipeg.
SASKATOON – A Saskatchewan couple has two boys, four car seats and a nanny but they’re being asked by the Canada Revenue Agency to prove that their children exist — again.
Devin Dubois and his wife got a letter telling them to prove that they have children or their child benefits would be cut off. But Dubois says the CRA has the information in its possession because the couple got the same letter in 2014.
A 22-year-old Thompson woman is in police custody after her three-month-old daughter died on Sunday.
RCMP were called to a Thompson residence on Dominion Bay at around 10:20 p.m. for an infant in medical distress. When emergency crews arrived, they immediately began performing medical care to the child. She was taken to hospital, but pronounced deceased the same evening.
VANCOUVER – The family of an elderly husband and wife in British Columbia who were forced to live in separate care homes say the health authority overseeing the couples’ care is moving forward with plans to reunite them.