Public Safety minister says N.B. flooding under control, improving

Canada's Public Safety minister says flooding from New Brunswick's Saint John River is ``under control and getting better.''

Ralph Goodale says water levels have peaked in Fredericton and the crest is now moving towards Saint John.

However, Goodale characterizes the situation as steadily improving.

Meanwhile, Health Canada is warning of the dangers of mould in homes and cottages hit by this year's spring flooding.