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Addiction treatment centres to close amid criminal charges against owner, unpaid wage claims

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A chain of private addiction treatment centres in Ontario and Alberta is closing under the shadow of hundreds of thousands of dollars in unpaid wage claims, and criminal charges against the company’s owner.


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