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July .26 .2017

Proposed Regulations to Reduce Risk of Strangulation

On June 16, 2017, the Government of Canada announced its proposal to amend the Corded Window Covering Products Regulations, SOR/2016-172 (the “Regulations”), to include new measures to reduce the...
June .6 .2017

Childproofing the Bedroom

We think of bedrooms as a place of sleep and sweet dreams. While that’s true for even a child’s bedroom, there are little things that can cause bumps in the night or day that could end up with a...
February .7 .2017

Steps for Childproofing Stairways

It may be a few small steps for you, but to a little child a staircase could be a giant leap or tumble to a serious injury. Each year, thousands of children are hurt on stairs and most of these are...
November .17 .2016

Childproof Your Living Room

As a parent, you worry endlessly about protecting your kids but you may be overlooking a major problem area. Your living room is a kid hazardous zone. That glass coffee table or that ultra-modern...
October .3 .2013

5 Tips for Home Safety in Fall

The rain is here, leaves are falling, and temperatures are dropping. Fall is an important time to think about home safety as we transition to winter. Consider the following five fall safety tips: 1....
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