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Supervisor admits to violating safety rules in collapse at Mississauga mall that killed construction worker

A supervisor at the construction site of Mississauga’s Sheridan Centre mall where a steel collapse killed a worker and father of three, has been fined after pleading guilty to violating health and safety rules.

The News has learned that Fernand Landry, a supervisor with Vixman Construction, pleaded guilty in Mississauga court under the Occupational Health and Safety Act to failing to ensure that decking was not placed, left or stored in a location or manner that endangered a worker in the Jan. 13, 2014 collapse that killed Christopher Crawford, 33, a married father of three from Kitchener.


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