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Throw out yo-yo ball toy

Health Canada has recalled 84 soft plastic yo-yo toys because this kind of product is banned in Canada, due to the possible strangulation danger to young children.

There have been no reports of injuries.

The toy, available in a variety of colours, has a ball-like end shaped like an animal such as a pig or a rabbit. The animals are covered in short, stretchy plastic cylinders that resemble hair, and have a stretchable plastic finger loop. They have the universal product code UPC 05842089222.

Consumers should cut the cord off of the toy and throw out both parts in regular household garbage.

Recall notice

Health Canada ban on yo-yo ball toys