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Manitoba still using outdated, 'seriously flawed' computer system to track kids in care

A commissioner who investigated the death of a girl who died after falling through the cracks of Manitoba's child-welfare system says he is disappointed the province still hasn't replaced the aging computers used to track children.

Ted Hughes, who led the inquiry into the 2005 death of Phoenix Sinclair, said his final report made it clear that the decades-old child and family services information network needed to be replaced "without delay."


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