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-135-0241 oraz ur. dz. registry.state.mn.us/files/public/get/d/d1/doc_0/report_202008.pdf Copyright Statement Use of the contents of this site, such as designs, patterns or content, is considered the exclusive property of PATTERNVERSE, unless otherwise stated. Unauthorized use of this site will constitute a violation of Copyright Law.Is the stadium in Toronto safe? The TTC says no, but what happens if it is? The OPP thinks someone should be watching it. Here's a twist on a question we've seen before: if the Toronto Blue Jays had a game against the Cleveland Indians, and if the Metrolinx rail line was shut down, would the field be on the property of that property owner? The answer appears to be yes, according to a complaint received by the Office of the Police Complaint Commissioner on Monday that alleges that both the Toronto Blue Jays and the OPP have a history of police complaints. Toronto police responded to the complaint on Monday afternoon, saying there are no complaints or investigations related to the ballpark. Story continues below advertisement The complaint, which was received by the office on Oct. 4, alleges the Blue Jays and Metrolinx are in violation of the Occupational Health and Safety Act, which protects workers from exposure to a "hazardous work environment." A representative from the Metrolinx transit authority said the service agency works closely with the Blue Jays to ensure the safety of passengers and staff, and that no one had raised safety concerns in the past year. The complaint alleges that the stadium may have a problem with safe separation between "land and air traffic during game day and that there is a risk of imminent harm to the people who work and visit the stadium." It also alleges that since November 2013, there have been complaints of "abnormalities" around the stadium, such as smoke in the air, people walking in and out of the stadium and people playing soccer near the pitch. The Blue Jays said in an email that they are not aware of any incidents of smoke or abnormal conditions at the stadium, but did not address the other allegations. In an interview, Metrolinx spokeswoman Anne Marie Aikins said the transit agency has not received any complaints about the Blue Jays' stadium. She also said the agency hasn't received any complaints about the baseball players' batting practice on

 

 


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