Province has acted on most recommendations from Sinclair inquest, ombudsman says – CBC

Double amputee died in 2008 after waiting 34 hours in HSC emergency room

Mar 28, 2019

Manitoba’s ombudsman will no longer track the progress of an inquest’s recommendations following the tragic death of Brian Sinclair, who waited 34 hours in a Winnipeg emergency room in 2008 for help that never came.

Marc Cormier, acting ombudsman, wrote in a letter to the province’s chief justice this month that his office is satisfied a majority of the 63 recommendations, made in 2014, have been acted upon.

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