Health Canada has issued a recall for toys sold at Dollarama!


The toys that are being recalled are the “Skip Ball” that were sold between January 2012 and July 2018.


Source: Skip Ball – Dollarama


These “Skip Balls” contain higher levels of phthalates, six chemicals (DEHP, DINP, DBP, BBP, DNOP and DIDP) than allowed.


The toys can be dangerous to babies and children if sucked or chewed on.


Canada restricted the use of these chemicals in baby and children’s products back in 2010. “These regulations will help ensure that children’s toys and child care articles imported, sold or advertised in Canada do not present a risk of phthalate exposure to young children.” – Health Canada


Health Canada urges you to throw out or return the toy to Dollarama if you own one, right away!


The product number for the “Skip Balls” being recalled is 14-1401338 and if you have any questions or concerns you can reach out to Dollarama directly at 1-888-755-1006, ext. 1000.


-Producer Jordan

Kevin and Sonia 


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