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The embers of the La Résidence du Havre de L’Isle Verte were still smouldering when the calls for a public inquiry began.

That’s the Canadian way.

When something horrific happens – like a preventable fire that kills 32 seniors – we don’t wail with outrage, we don’t take to the streets with pitchforks, we don’t demand justice for the dead.

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