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Thornhill restaurant charged

York Regional Health Services inspectors charged one Vaughan restaurant with infractions under the Health Protection and Promotion Act on Aug. 13.

Nawab Authentic Indian Restaurant at 7700 Bathurst St. in Thornhill was cited for failing to ensure the ceiling of its food handling room was kept clean.

The number of inspections at an establishment depends on its level of risk: High-risk food vendors are visited three times a year by inspectors who show up unannounced. Medium-risk vendors are visited twice and low-risk eateries are inspected once.

When an inspector finds an infraction, they have the power to hand out tickets and summonses, and can issue orders under the health protection act.

Vaughan Today
In print: August 21, 2009, page 3
Online: August 23, 2009 [link]