Anonymous on 12/07/2012
infested! don't move into 160 or 162 close!
Anon on 08/10/2012
Started noticing bites around the middle to end of July. Told the landlord who was really dodgey about the whole thing. He sprayed once but I went and stayed at a friends house for a few days just in case. Came back and after the first night I was bitten again. I tried to get the landlord to spray again before I returned but he wasn't answering my calls.
I finally got a hold of him again and told him the bed bugs were still there - after lying to me saying they sprayed again (I was in the ap
artment when he said they had sprayed). They finally came around and sprayed again while I was out. I've been staying at a friends' again but I'll go back and try to see if they're still there. Will update what happens.
j on 06/28/2012
just wanted to update my situation.
i spoke to another tenant who said she had cockroaches but he sprayed and they havent been back. so i let him know and it sprayed a couple days later. it seemed to kill them off quickly or at least scare them into another unit for the time being. the bed bugs did not leave however. i moved out two weeks later.
Anon on 02/14/2012
Landlords cannot exempt themselves from their legal obligations. I am not a lawyer,and I sugggest calling Toronto Public Health about the bedbugs and the Min. of Ontario Tenant Info line.
Anonymous on 02/14/2012
moved in the summer of 2011, tons of german cockroaches and i've recently woken up with a lot of itchy bites. 99% sure theres bed bugs as well. in the lease the landlord states that he is not responsible for bed bugs at all. i have heard other people complain of roaches in the apartment but until everyone complains (i think some are ashamed) he will not do anything.