This recall applies to Canada only. Chicco has issued a recall for the Keyfit 30 infant car seat. Issue: the infant seat did not meet the dynamic requirements for chest acceleration of the Motor Vehicle Restraint Systems and Booster Seats Safety Regulations. Date range: This issue applies to Keyfit 30 infant car seats made between December 30, 2013 and
This recall applies to Canada only. UPPAbaby has issued a recall for incorrect handle position on labeling for affected Mesa car seats made between October 17 to March 21, 2017. The handle should only be positioned in the front position (one position forward from the carry position) in the vehicle. UppaBaby will provide corrected labels
Bed Bath & Beyond Canada has recalled various seats which they sold which were not approved for use in Canada. This link has more details.
A recall due to inadequate webbing has been issued for certain Graco MyRide car seats manufactured in the summer of 2014. Seats affected were only made during the date range listed in the link. This recall applies to seats from the US and Canada.
On May 17, 2016, Transport Canada announced a recall of the Diono Cambria, Hip, and Jet booster seats.
On February 3, 2107, Transport Canada released a Public Notice about installing the Clek Foonf convertible car seat with a lap only vehicle seat belt and top tether.
Transport Canada and Orbit Baby, Inc. are informing the public that G3 Infant Car Seats made between December 2013 and December 2016 do not comply with the Motor Vehicle Restraint Systems and Booster Seats Safety Regulations. Specifically, these infant car seats do not meet the dynamic testing requirements when used without the base. These seats also do not conform to the prescribed label permanency requirements.
This booster seat was manufactured with two different belt guides, one shaped like the letter U and one like the letter Z. Both versions of the seat may have come with misleading labels or instructions for routing the shoulder belt through the guide. If the shoulder belt is improperly routed, the seat may not protect a child in a crash.
Transport Canada and RECARO Child Safety, LLC are informing the public of a non-compliance of Performance RIDE convertible car seats made between October 2015 and February 2016. Specifically, these convertible car seats do not meet the dynamic requirements for head acceleration of the Motor Vehicle Restraint Systems and Booster Seats Safety Regulations.
On July 27, 2016, Transport Canada announced a recall on Little Tikes branded booster made by Diono.