Why are child death investigations taking so long? Ontario's chief coroner explains

The Toronto Star

Over six weeks passed since two toddlers deaths, and no cause of death has been determined. This article looks into why the investigations are taking so long.

Interim Chief Coroner for the province, Dick Huyer described how not all cases are the same, and through the process many more questions can be raised that delay the results, but help provide the best answers.

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