Coroner’s Death Investigation Data

Information derived from death investigations, whereby a coroner or forensic pathologist seeks to understand how and why a person died. This includes:

  • the identity of the deceased
  • the date of death
  • the location of death
  • the medical cause of death
  • by what means (natural causes, accident, homicide, suicide or undetermined)

Information may be obtained from several sources including, but not limited to:

  • family
  • co-workers
  • neighbours
  • doctors
  • hospital records
  • police and other emergency service workers

Contact

Ontario's Open Data Team opengov@ontario.ca

Data

Data Not Available

This data is not and will not be made available. Data in this record cannot be released because of legal, privacy, security, confidentiality or commercially-sensitive reasons, as outlined by the Open Data Directive.

Why? Confidentiality - Contains personal information and falls under the privacy exception.

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Last Validated Date 2018-07-26
Update frequency Quarterly
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