Health Canada giving a heads up to parents with young children issuing a recall on several brands of strollers being sold in Canada.
The recall effects more than 12,000 Dorel jogging strollers in which a front wheel has the potential to coming off during use.
Single and double-occupant swivel jogging strollers sold in Canada under the Instep, Instep Safari and Schwinn Grand Safari brands, and sold between January 2010 and April 2016 are in the spotlight.
No injuries in Canada, yet, however 215 related incidents in the United States, including head injuries, have caught the manufacturer and health regulators attention.
You can see more details on the recall on Health Canada’s website.