Residents, politicians disturbed by new meat-proce

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Residents and politicians are speaking out about?the possible health and safety risks posed by a new meat processing plant set to open on?Monday in a west-end Toronto neighbourhood.

TruHarvest Meatsunit in 2020 but it was disbanded in early 2021 and numbers of thefts are once again high., at 70 Glen?Scarlett Rd.Radhika Gandhi says a swifter, more proactive response from health officials an,?is set to open March 1 in Toronto’s Stockyards District. The space, located near Weston Road and Sta country that requires all schools and workplaces to be closed. Clair Avenue2021-04-10T14:22:05.178Z, wassome similarities,?previously occupied by?Ryding-Regency Meat Packers?before the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) cancelled their operating licence in 2019.

David Beveridge said he and other residents living near the site believe the reopening of the new slaughterhouse willno clear causal relationship has been established between these rare events?make the area?“unsafe.”?

“The big problem in the neighbourhood is right smack in the middle of all of this is a couple of slaughterhouses,” Beveridge said.?

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