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Charlottetown School Update

About five weeks ago, the school in Charlottetown was shut down. Parts of the ceiling collapsed and concerns were raised over mould contamination. Now students are set up in the recreation centre. That’s a situation the people of Charlottetown wanted to avoid. On top of that, an independent report contracted by the Western School Board showed the presence of seven different types of mould that extend from the basement to the attic of the school.
Students attending the school have suffered from a number of illnesses including skin rashes, headaches, and breathing problems.
Lisa Dempster is deputy mayor in Charlottetown and sits on the school council.

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