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2022-04-05
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Horrific living conditions including a rodent infestation, food contamination and issues with mould have prompted public health officials to close a private group home serving seniors in St. ThomasThe wall in terms of being able to handle it,, Ont.

Southwestern Public Health issued the closure order for Walnut Manor under Ontario’s Health Protection and Promotion Act after an inspection that followed an exterior fire at the building in May.?

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Health officials are now working to find alternate accommodation for the home’s 26 residents, many of whom have special needs.?

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