News Vaccination clinic behaviour could cross the line into criminal activity SHARE ON: Bob McIntyre, staff Thursday, Oct. 14th, 2021 (pixabay.com) Timmins Police are hearing of some people being reluctantly vaccinated against COVID-19 behaving in a way verging on criminal. One example used by communications coordinator Marc Depatie is a person who told the worker administering the jab that if he experiences any ill effects, he’ll come after them. “This is a topic that certainly has a polarizing effect and people are entitled to express their opinion,” Depatie acknowledges, “but not to the extent that it comes across as a threat to someone’s personal safety. “That’s inappropriate and contrary to the Criminal Code. You cannot utter a threat to that person.” Depatie says any reported incidents will be treated accordingly.