WARNING: This story contains disturbing details about allegations of abuse.
Families of people who live in a privately owned Winnipeg personal care home want to know why two care aides were allowed to work for months after allegations were brought forward that they had abused 15 residents.
A woman whose 92-year-old mother lives at Oakview Place, which is owned by Extendicare, was told just hours before that allegation became public that her mother may have been one of the residents whistleblowers say were abused.
“They haven’t told us exactly what it is that went on…. We’re in the dark,” said the daughter, whom CBC News has agreed not to name. “We
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