Health Canada warning over tabletop firepots and burners

 

Health Canada has issued a warning about certain types of tabletop firepots and burners – and it wants the industry to stop selling them.

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15 Comments on "Health Canada warning over tabletop firepots and burners"

  1. Looks like just women shouldn’t be allowed to use them, especially the highly educated types.

  2. What the frak?! This isn’t 1965, it’s 2019.. How the hell are these products even allowed to be released to the public without serious scrutinized testing?! Those poor women. My heart goes out to them all.

  3. Made in China.

  4. Jerry Crossman | October 11, 2019 at 11:21 AM | Reply

    Did justin Trudeau have sex with a 17 year old while he was a teacher ????

  5. Edgar Foerster | October 11, 2019 at 11:25 AM | Reply

    May as well ban something else! You’re on a roll now!

  6. ANTHONY CARMICHAEL | October 11, 2019 at 11:26 AM | Reply

    Made in China

  7. pouring alcohol on a fire is a bad idea? what about gasoline surely that isnt dangerous!

  8. Some adults shouldn’t play with matches either.

  9. Well you know if you play with fire you might get burned.

  10. Please keep in mind that anything that is hot, such as recently used lawnmowers (that run out of gasoline halfway through cutting your lawn) should not be refueled until it has completely cooled down.

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