Licenses could be pulled for non-compliant daycares
Steak knives in a bottom drawer that kids can easily access, cigarettes left lying around. And most parents expect their child's daycare to have enough staff on duty, and make plans to replace people who aren't able to make it to work.
But those are just some of the infractions Interior Health inspectors found at 18 Kelowna-area daycares over the past month.
Gretchen Komick is responsible for daycare licensing for Interior Health and tells Daybreak host Chris Walker how and when daycares are reprimanded -- and at what point the health authority shuts them down.
Download Flash Player to view this content.