Families of victims and one woman who was almost killed by nurse Elizabeth Wettlaufer will speak for the first time today in St. Thomas at a public inquiry into the serial-killing case.
Wettlaufer is serving a life sentence after confessing to killing eight patients with insulin overdoses and attempting to kill four others at long-term care facilities and private homes.
Closing submissions are underway in the public inquiry examining the circumstances that allowed Wettlaufer to kill elderly patients in her care over a period of about a decade.
The inquiry has heard that complaints about Wettlaufer began in 1995 and continued until she admitted in 2016 to killing patients.

(The Canadian Press)