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March 3, 2000
Another Restaurant Closed By Toronto Public Health
Toronto Public Health - Toronto Public Health has closed another restaurant
today. The Pok Lo Malaysian restaurant at 476 Dundas Street West was closed
due to a heavy mouse infestation.

Five restaurants have now been closed since the inspection blitz began on
February 22, 2000.

The other restaurants include:

- Wah Tao restaurant at 197 Dundas Street west closed Thursday March 2nd due
to heavy mouse infestation and several housekeeping infractions.

- Scarborough Grand Seafood restaurant at 23 Glenwatford Drive, unit 9 was
closed Thursday March 2nd after a complaint related to food poisoning was
investigated. Upon inspection, inspectors found several severe sanitation
violations and a severe mouse and cockroach infestation.

- The Golden Embassy restaurant at 364-66 Broadview Avenue was closed on Monday
February 28th due to extreme unsanitary conditions and an infestation of
cockroaches and flies.

- Beemah restaurant at 1450 Gerrard Street East was closed on Thursday February
24th due to major sanitation and pest control violations.

Today's closures come in week two of a 14-week restaurant blitz by Toronto
Public Health Inspectors.

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