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Health Inspector's Notebook Jim Chan
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Retired 2013 as Toronto's Health Inspector Chan and became Comics' Health Inspector Jim
Retired 2013 as Toronto's Health Inspector Chan and became Comics' Health Inspector Jim

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Summer BBQ season is here, remember food safety to avoid food poisoning. http://healthinspectorsnotebook.blogspot.ca/2015/05/more-on-bbq-food-safety-watch-out-for.html 

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Can ionizing radiation technique improve meat quality and safety?

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Making sushi or sashimi at home? Avoid buying fish or seafood from fish market or supermarket counter if the fish/seafood is to be eaten raw or under-cooked. Cases of parasite infection is on the rise in Canada Article: http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/british-columbia/fish-parasites-worms-bccdc-1.4076301

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Happy Star War Day #MayThe4thBeWithYou 
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Cute playful puppy is training to be a Service Dog. Selected puppies are trained to assist someone with a disability. This one has a serious look on her face.
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Have been growing these vegetable plants from food scraps, celery, Romaine lettuces, Rosemary and they are ready to be planted in the garden soon. #Toronto #Canada
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Nice day for a Cherry Blossoms Tour in Toronto High Park to welcome Spring 2017. The cherry blossom is particularly important in Japanese culture as it represents the end of the winter and the being of new life and growing season of spring. More photos in article.

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Summer outdoor cooking from grilling hot dogs to roasting a leg of lamb. Always remember #FoodSafety from food shopping to serving in order to avoid #foodpoisoning . Food Safety Tips: http://healthinspectorsnotebook.blogspot.com/2015/04/food-safety-message-on-world-health-day.html

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Parasites such as roundworms, tapeworms and flukes can be carried by fish or shellfish. Fresh water crab (raw or undercooked) may carry a nasty fluke parasite called Paragonimus that can infect human, they can also travel to other organs (lungs, heart) and cause an infection. #FoodSafety
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