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Michael are working with the RCMP and it is an active investigation, says Dave Lefebvre of Providence Health Care, which operates St. Michael investigation was focused really on the two individuals who were involved and that why we proceeded with the dismissal of those individuals. is no evidence any of the elderly residents were approached to invest in the scheme.
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