Ontario must increase funding and staffing at the province’s nursing homes to help prevent future serial killers from harming the most vulnerable, the final report into former nurse Elizabeth Wettlaufer’s crimes recommends.  And nursing homes must limit their use of temp agency nurses and improve how medication is stored andRead More →

A young nurse who worked at a Woodstock care home with Elizabeth Wettlaufer had a feeling things weren’t quite right with the older woman. A public inquiry into long-term care heard today from Robyn Laycock, who worked with Wettlaufer at Caressant Care in Woodstock, Ont., for a brief time — from  2010 toRead More →