College daycare expected to reopen soon
Renovations complete after mould found in air quality testing earlier this year
Parents will soon be sending their kids back to the daycare centre at College of the North Atlantic in St. John's.
The daycare closed in the spring after an air quality test found mould.
A spokesperson for the college tells CBC News that the daycare centre renovations are complete.
The building will reopen after it passes a government inspection. That's expected to happen soon.
Meanwhile, the college says the RNC is still investigating two employees who were fired last winter.
The workers were let go after an audit uncovered financial and operational irregularities at the daycare.