Premier Kathleen Wynne came under fire today for allowing an unlicensed burger shack near Caledonia to continue to sell food.
Political activist Gary McHale says the Public Health Department has ordered the shack on six nations property to stop selling food, but he says the owners simply will not comply.
McHale says by allowing the shack to remain open ,the Wynne government has proven once again, that there are two sets of laws in Ontario. He argues, “Nobody can be permitted to violate all the laws of the land. Theres nobody here who honestly believes that the Wynne government would allow an illegal burger shack at Queens Park and sell food to people who walk by… Why? Because there is lots of votes in Toronto… Caledonia, who cares if someone gets sick out there, who cares that 60 officers have been hospitalized… it would never be allowed here in Toronto.”
The Medical Officer of Health for Haldimand found that the one room restaurant doesn’t have running water, a proper hand-washing station for employees, or a constant power source.