The Health Canada regulations are clear, said Footman, regarding a zero tolerance policy. There is no ambiguity whatsoever. Nevertheless, staff recommended a condition of site plan approval include a provision that the applicant satisfy the town that odour mitigation measures are in place. Its a primary concern for residents locally, said the director of community and development services John Henricks. We wanted to be 100% certain that it was addressed. He said if the town received complaints about a smell, Health Canada would be contacted to investigate. Asked by Coun. Martin Mazza about the companys options if the town turned down the site plan application, Hendricks said the decision could be appealed to the Ontario Municipal Board. Coun.
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