‘Consumer Talk’

“Safety First” When Choosing Holiday Toys

“Toy Safety During the Holiday Season”, a new Health Canada guide, prompted by some 200 reported incidents since 2011, urges parents to choose wisely when shopping for kids’ gifts.

Specialty Toy Store Day: an opportunity to shop your ’hood

On Nov. 9, over 40 independent retailers across Canada will celebrate Neighbourhood Toy Store Day with their communities. As Deb Cauz, NETS’ PR rep points out, it’s a chance for consumers to discover what makes the specialty-store experience different.

Wooden Toys: traditional play for today’s kids

Without bells and whistles, wooden toys encourage kids to rely more on their imaginations and less on pushing buttons.

Trampolines: playing it safe

Since the 1950s, sales of backyard-style trampolines have risen dramatically, but over the past decade, injuries have doubled. Supplier Hannah Davey has a few tips for maximizing fun and minimizing mishaps.

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