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Mom's Pantry / Jim & Leonie brand 3" Unsweetened Tart Shells and 9" Unbaked Pie Lids recalled due to E. coli O121

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Rona recalls Uberhaus model SW52-SN-R5W1 ceiling fan

The product may have a manufacturing defect that could lead to injury or property damage in the event of a fire.

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Barbara's brand Snackimals Animal Cookies recalled due to rancidity

The recalling firm is Weetabix of Canada Ltd..This product has been distributed in Retail.

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Heath Canada warns consumers about unauthorized drugs sold online

Health Canada is warning Canadians about unauthorized health products, including unauthorized prescription drugs, sold online at sarms.ca. The products were promoted for various uses, including fitness and bodybuilding.

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Unauthorized "poppers" and sexual enhancement products seized from adult store in Toronto

Health Canada is advising Canadians that it has seized unauthorized health products being sold at 24 Hour Adult Mart on Yonge St., Toronto, ON (units 540, 538 and 536).

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Health Canada is advising Canadians to not use malathion products purchased before June 2016

Health Canada is advising Canadians to stop using pesticides that contain malathion if the product is over a year old. A chemical called isomalathion can naturally form in these products over time, particularly when stored at elevated temperatures. After storage for more than a year, it’s possible that levels of isomalathion could become a concern, even when containers are stored correctly.

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Unauthorized sexual enhancement product "Rhino Blitz Gold" seized from adult store in Hamilton

Health Canada is advising Canadians that the unauthorized health product “Rhino Blitz Gold” may pose serious health risks, after testing confirmed it contains an undeclared prescription drug (sildenafil). The product, promoted for sexual enhancement, was seized from Stag Shop at 980 Upper James Street in Hamilton, Ontario.

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Osprey Child Safety Products LLC recalls Poco, Poco Plus and Poco Premium Child Carriers

The company has determined that a child seated in the carrier can slip through the leg openings, posing a potential fall hazard to children.

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