Second switched-at-birth case discovered at Norway House Indian Hospital
Two men from a northern Manitoba First Nation have discovered they were likely switched at birth at a federally run hospital 40 years ago.
It's the second possible case of infants being switched at birth in 1975 at the same hospital, the Norway House Indian Hospital.
In this latest case, the two were born three days apart. DNA tests confirmed that one man was raised by the biological mother of the other. Both live in Norway House Cree Nation.