WINNIPEG – An investigation into how babies were switched at birth at Norway House Indian Hospital is underway by the RCMP.
Two known occasions happened at that hospital in 1975.
Two men who believe they were switched at birth, David Tait Jr. and Leon Swanson, spoke out in August about how they wanted answers.
They were born three days apart in 1975 at the Norway House Indian Hospital.
In November 2015, two other men, Luke Monias and Norman Barkman came forward with their story.
They grew up as close friends but amidst rumours in their home community of Garden Hill First Nation.
RCMP say in a release that they have “an obligation to the families involved and to the public to determine if the incidents were accidental or criminal in nature.”