Couple married 64 years split apart as husband admitted to care home
Air Date: Jun 16, 2017 5:15 PM CT
A Manitoba couple that has been together for 64 years has been split up as one of them continues to sit on a waitlist weeks after the other was admitted to a care home in Winnipeg.
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