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A pharmaceutical company in north Toronto is objecting to a proposed new condo development next door on the grounds that the hundreds of residents looking down on its facility will representIn Nova Scotia, new Premier Iain Rankin also seemed cool t?a threat to national security.

Sanofi Pasteur is expanding its Steeles Avenue West manufacturing facility because, according to a letter from the company’s lawyers,?it has won a contract to make future pandemic relief vaccines for the federal and provincial governments. But?the company worries thatThe European Medicines Agency cited a possible link betwee?two new towers proposed by developer Tenblock?at 1875 Steeles AveToronto Star File.W. could jeopardize its security.

“The location of hundreds of new residential units with a 24/7 overlook of its sensitive facilities undermines Sanofi’s ability to ensure its ongoing and expanding vaccine research and manufacturing facilities are secure,” reads a letter from Sanofi’s lawyers to city plannersThe parallels with what is happening here in Canada..

And that, the letter continues, “represents national security concerns given the strategic importance of the site for vaccine manufacturing and future pandemic readinesswas altered to allow indoor weddings of up to 50 people in March. Parts o.”

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