Under Scrutiny


TORONTO — With the eyes of the world firmly focused on Vancouver and Whistler for the next two weeks, there’s no shortage of Olympics stories about how those two Canadian cities will cope with hosting and feeding thousands of people.

In fact, a recent Toronto Star story talks about one Newmarket, Ont.-based company that is part of a big operation to prevent food poisoning at the Games. “Athletes need to fuel their bodies,” Tim Osland of Thermor Ltd., told the paper. “If they’re not feeling their best, they will not get that gold medal.”

For Susan Sampson’s complete story, click here.


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