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Around 26,000 units were sold in Canada, mostly from 2015 to 2017.
They may contain high levels of chemicals linked to developmental abnormalities.
Sold in grocery stores in B.C. and Alberta In August.
The company has had 118 reports of accidents in Canada.
The riveted blades have reportedly caused dozens of injuries across Canada and the U.S.
Could 2016 be remembered as the Year of the Recall? A couple weeks ago, we learned of the biggest automotive recall ever. As of September 28, it included 34 million U.S. vehicles and another 7 million elsewhere, many of them in Canada.