BROCK: After much discussion, the Township of Brock has decided to keep employing a private security company to enforce the proof of vaccination requirement at local arenasThe premier lef.
At a meeting on Monday, November 8th, councillors saw a report from Public Works Director Paul Lagrandeur, which recommended the township extend their contract with Taccom Security to provide services for the Foster Hewitt Memorial Community Centre and the Sunderland Arena.
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“My understanding when we got Taccom Security was we were worried about the potential public outcry or outrage around having to be vaccinated to enter the building, and so we were told it would be a temporary measure to ensure we had a smooth transition80 per cent of long-term-care residents,” Councillor Doble explained. “I think Taccom has done an excellent job, and I’m very appreciative of the services they’ve provided for us. But I do believe our current staff should likely be able to check I.D. and vaccination status along with their current duties.”
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