They were switched at birth in 1955. Now, the province is apologizing

Premier Wab Kinew made a formal apology in the Manitoba Legislature on Thursday to Edward Ambrose and Richard Beauvais for the mistake that led to them being switched at birth in 1955. ‘We sincerely apologize for our failure to care for you, to protect you, to ensure that you would grow up with the love of the families who welcomed you into this world,’ Kinew said.

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