WETTLAUFER INQUIRY HEARS FROM ONTARIO'S CHIEF CORONER

Jul 16, 2018

By Bob Komsic

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Dr. Dirk Huyer says his office has been ready to look into deaths at such facilities since 2014, but has not been able to because records are being sent in different formats.
(Glenn Lowson/Ottawa Citizen)
The province’s chief coroner told the Long-Term Care Homes Public Inquiry some homes are still sending them by fax forcing a delay in the planned analysis.
The public inquiry has shifted focus from the state of nursing homes where Elizabeth Wettlaufer worked to other agencies and groups that could have flagged her crimes.
Called after the ex-nurse was convicted in the deaths of eight patients, the inquiry is expected to last until September.
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