The City of Toronto Public Health Department discloses their Restaurant Health Inspection Reports . The City also post signs at their beaches warning against swimming if the water quality is not acceptable.
In this city, every restaurant is required to post the most recent food safety colour-code risk notice near the main entrance to the food establishment. The colour indicates the health risk based on the last health inspection results.
PASS demonstrates a general standard of compliance with the Ontario Food Premises Regulation and the health inspector has determined there are minor or no food safety issues that require immediate corrective action. If any minor infractions are noted, they are to be corrected by the next routine health inspection.
CONDITIONAL PASS demonstrates there may be some food handling, preparation, storage and/or service problems that may be a potential health hazard. The operater is required to correct these within 24 to 48 hours and the health inspector will be re-inspecting the food establishment to ensure this has been carried out.
CLOSED - There are problems related to food handling and/or operation that may present an immediate health hazard and a significant risk to the public health. The health inspector has required immediate action be taken by the operator to correct it. Non-compliance with the direction of the health inspector may lead to restaurant closure.
Etobicoke, East York, North York, York, Scarborough, Toronto.
Beaches located in this region: Bluffer's Park Beach, Centre Island, Cherry Beach, Gibraltar Point Beach, Hanlan's Point, Kew-Balmy Beach, Marie Curtis Park East Beach, Rouge Beach, Sunnyside Beach, Ward's Island, Woodbine Beaches.