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Inquests at Axedale 1874

Inquests into the deaths of two babies were held in Axedale on 27 October 1874 at the Raglan Hotel and Drakes Hotel.



The district coroner held an inquest yesterday, at the Raglan Hotel, Axedale, on the body of Ann Mulcare, a child ten weeks old, who had been found dead in a cradle on the previous day. 249 more words


Coroner orders inquest into 2014 death of construction worker

An inquest will be held beginning March 7 into the July 17, 2014 death of Réjean Bernier, 61, who died of injuries sustained on a construction site near the Canadian War Museum. 168 more words

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Inquest set to review Ontario's 911 system, co-ordination of first responders

TORONTO – An inquest has been announced that will look at the province’s 911 system and the co-ordination of emergency responders.

Dr. Dirk Huyer, Chief Coroner for Ontario, says the inquest will look into the deaths of four people. 121 more words


Part 2 – ‘Her lean and senile seducer’ – the Charles Bravo inquest and its aftermath

 The second inquest began on 11 July 1876 and lasted 5 weeks. It was a public sensation and finally ended Florence’s doomed attempt to regain her place in respectable society. 1,627 more words

Cemetery Stories

The coroner's inquest.

Someday, a man in a lab coat will stand before your cold, lifeless body. He’s gonna raise his scalpel as he embarks on his quest. Quest for answers . 307 more words

Horrible Murder - Part 1 of the mysterious and unsolved killing of Charles Bravo

He was born in 1845 and was the only son of Augustus and Mary Turner.  Augustus died when Charles was small and Mary married a wealthy merchant, Joseph Bravo, who was 15 years older than her.  1,708 more words

Cemetery Stories

Coroner's inquest begins into in-treatment death of Brandon Jansen

Correction: A previous version of this story listed an incorrect number of substance-use beds that were opened in B.C. The numbers have now been updated.  603 more words