Chemical, Biological Radiological, Nuclear, Explosives Unit Sent To Decontaminate Wynne Home After #BlackLivesMatter Visits

A demonstration by five members of the local Black Lives Matter movement outside Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne’s home last night has prompted a huge police response in the neighbourhood.

A police source tells CP24’s Cam Woolley that police were called to Wynne’s north Toronto home this morning after several items were found on the front yard of her property.
The items found include flowers and a small tent, police said.

Officers from the local police division, Toronto Fire’s Hazardous Materials Unit, members of the premier’s OPP security detail and other law enforcement officers descended on the home, closing off a portion of the street including about 30 homes.

Police said they were canvassing residents door to door in the area and the local CRBNE (Chemical, Biological Radiological, Nuclear, Explosives) response team was en route to thoroughly check out the property.


Cripes, I recall having to wait a day before a cop bothered to come by after a break in years ago.