Quebec City daycare facing allegations of mistreatment and neglect closes its doors

A Quebec City daycare that has been in the public eye since a runaway incident and a CBC News investigation last fall will permanently close its doors.

The owners of the Jardin Enchanté say they are closing for "personal reasons" and that "managing the pandemic" and "a shortage of qualified daycare staff" also played a role in their decision.

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