In Touch operator sent to jail

Elaine Lindo, the operator of the scandalous In Touch retirement home at the corner of Rosemount and King has been sentenced to 15 days in jail for “repeatedly flouting orders”.

In deciding on incarceration for Elaine Lindo, owner-operator of In Touch Retirement, Justice of the Peace Mindy Avrich-Skapinker noted Lindo had already been fined $10,000 by the Retirement Homes Regulatory Authority, which had no effect. Lindo is appealing that “administrative fine,” and has kept on operating as a retirement home, the court heard.

In Touch abused and neglected elderly clients.

Thanks to S for the tip.

Author: Adam Norman

I am raising my two children in Weston.

1 thought on “In Touch operator sent to jail”

  1. Get that woman away from “caring”! How many deaths, thefts, criminal activities does it take? Can we ring the house with protest signs? Bang pots? What, since the legal system grinds on and elderly clients (and their pensions) are still in her hands?

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