NORWAY HOUSE, Man. - A second set of DNA tests have confirmed that two men were switched at birth at a hospital in northern Manitoba in 1975.

Former Manitoba aboriginal affairs minister Eric Robinson says the men from Norway House learned of the results Tuesday.

He says the tests show Leon Swanson is the biological son of the woman who raised David Tait Jr.

The 41-year-old men announced at a news conference last month that tests had revealed Tait is the son of the woman who raised Swanson.

Robinson says the latest results were anticipated but needed for Swanson to move on.

It's the second case of a mix-up at the federally run Norway House Indian Hospital in the same year, and the government has tasked an independent third party to investigate what went wrong.