After a 38-4 Toronto council landslide decision, shark fin soup gets the hook from Toronto restaurants next September. And rightfully so.
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Newmarket’s Chinese restaurants may soon have one less item on their menus if Sarah Samwel can convince the town’s council to ban shark fin soup. The 20-year-old University of Toronto student brought a petition calling for the ban to her hometown’s inclusivity committee on Nov. 8.
A bylaw banning the possession, sale and consumption of shark fin products in Toronto was passed at City Hall on Tuesday. Following the lead of Brantford, Oakville and Mississauga, Toronto city councillors voted 38 to…
Some consider it a delicacy, it can cost up to $200 a serving and, if some city councillors have their way, it may soon be banished from Toronto’s restaurants. The move to ban shark fin soup in the city is now in the hands of the municipal licensing and standards committee after a council meeting last week that pushed the issue ahead.