DineSafe finds ‘significant’ pest control problem on Queens Quay

A recent DineSafe inspection has identified that International News at 208 Queens Quay West had a pest control problem that was rated as significant, among other deficiencies. The May 8 inspection resulted in a conditional pass.

The inspection also noted that there was a significant deficiency for failure to provide washroom supplies. A minor deficiency (failure to properly wash surfaces in rooms) was also noted, along with the failure to ensure the presence of the holder of a valid food handler’s certificate.

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