Due to the ever-increasing importance of children's health issues, Children's Health and Safety Association's mission is to continue the work that Children's Safety Association of Canada has accomplished for the past twenty years and provide up-to-date and vital health information for every concerned parent.
Our children's eating habits have changed so much that heart disease, diabetes, high blood pressure and a myriad of other adult diseases are plaguing them at an unforeseen rate - and the statistics are staggering. One in four young children in Canada is overweight or obese and only 7% get the recommended sixty minutes of exercise daily. We will address children's health issues and concerns as a proactive measure to help sustain children's health and well-being and exemplify why parents can no longer afford to be complacent with processed food.
We are proud of the great strides that Canadians have made towards the reduction of children's preventable accidents. Sadly, even now, more children die from preventable injuries in Canada than from all childhood diseases combined. The most devastating and emotionally unyielding situation that a parent can experience is the loss of a child. Despite the overwhelming desire for parents to keep their children safe, injuries and fatalities occur at an alarming rate, generally because during our busy lives we forget some basic safety rules.
We believe the most effective way of instilling positive change for children's health and safety is through awareness and information programs. Our mission is to provide as much information to as many parents as possible for the safety and well-being of children everywhere.
It is our objective to become the best and most reputable network for all businesses that want to take a stand and make a difference in this world, by not only providing them with a website where they can introduce their products and services but also an authentic and unwavering platform from which their voices can be heard. It is through our collective integrity that we unite together with one strong voice to make this world a better and safer place for our children.
Our children are our future. The safe guards that we provide for them now will support and strengthen their growing years. Together - let's endeavour to be the best that we can be.
We hope you will support our program as we take pride in continuing the legacy and mission of Children's Safety Association of Canada.
February 16, 2017 – The RCMP has issued a Canada-Wide Warrant for Rebecca Mikalosh of Selkirk, Manitoba (36 years old, 5’-6” tall, 120 lbs. with short brown hair), the mother of 18-month-old girl, Seaira Neveah Hunter, who weighs 20 lbs and is 2’-9” tall.
Rebecca is driving a grey 2001 Ford Taurus (licence plate GVD 275) and is possibly in Saskatchewan or Alberta. There is no evidence that Seaira is in imminent danger therefore an AMBER Alert has not been issued, but to ensure the safety of the toddler, the police are asking for public assistance in locating them both.
February 16, 2017 – The U. S. Consumer Product Safety Commission has recalled the BRITAX B-Agile and BOB Motion Strollers with Click & Go receivers due to a fall hazard to infants in the car seat caused by a damaged receiver mount on the stroller, which can cause the car seat to disengage.
This recall involves all BRITAX B-Agile and BOB Motion strollers, all models are folding, single or double occupant strollers and all colours.
Britax has received 33 reports of car seats unexpectedly disconnecting from the strollers and falling to the ground, resulting in 26 reports of injuries to children, including scratches, bruises, cuts and bumps to the head. In addition, Britax is aware of 1,337 reports of strollers with damaged Click & Go receiver mounts.
The Safety Commission advises all consumers to immediately stop using their Click & Go receiver mounts and contact Britax (844-227-0300) or go to Britax’s website to request a repair kit. Consumers can continue to use their stroller or car seat independently without the car seat attached to the stroller.
676,000 of these strollers were sold in the U.S. and 36,400 were sold in Canada from May 1, 2011 to Feb. 15, 2017.