Canadian neighbours discover they were switched at birth 41 years ago 

Two men living in a remote Canadian community have discovered they were switched at birth 41 years ago.
Leon Swanson and David Tait were born three days apart at Norway House Indian Hospital in Manitoba.
Mr Swanson was born on January 31, 1975 and Mr Tait on February 3. The two men knew each other, having been raised in a Cree Nation community about 286 miles north of Winnipeg.
DNA tests revealed that Mr Swanson had been raised by Mr Tait’s biological mother and vice versa, CBC News reported.

David Tait, struggling to hold back tears at the press conference, said he felt distraught …
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