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By Angela Gemmill
Both a building owner and a property management company face a total of 45 charges in connection to a February fire along Notre Dame Avenue that left a tenant with serious injuries.
Most of the charges under the Ontario Fire Code include failure to ensure smoke alarms were maintained.
Greater Sudbury Fire Inspectors looked at three local properties owned by Prestigious Properties Four Limited of Canmore, Alberta and looked after by Metcap Management Inc of Toronto.
They include 227 Notre Dame Avenue, 226 Jogues Street and 236 Jogues Street.
All infractions have been corrected.
If found guilty, fines could range up to 100-thousand dollars per charge.
The second-floor tenant suffered severe, life-threatening injuries and was airlifted to a Toronto hospital for treatment.