Ed Pottinger sits at an out-of-the-way table near the back of the dining room, assembling the new Interac machine – just one of the wrinkles that need ironing out. Reggae plays and green, yellow and red tinged light streams through the coloured windows of his new Jamaican restaurant in Woodbridge.
On doors and windows and countertops at food establishments all over the city are the familiar green “pass” signs assuring us that the grub is good, at least according to Toronto Public Health. But seldom does one spy a yellow or red sign. Is the system working? Unfortunately for seven of the 6,841 establishments inspected [...]