Health Canada has recalled IKEA junior beds including KRITTER and SNIGLAR models with a guard rail on one side with model numbers
600.904.70 (KRITTER) and 500.871.66 (SNIGLAR).
The metal rod that connects the guard rail to the bed frame can break, posing a laceration hazard.
One incident of the metal rod on the beds breaking has been reported in Canada and another in the United States, though no injuries occurred.
Customers are advised to contact IKEA Canada toll-free at 1-800-661-9807 or visit their local IKEA store to obtain a free repair kit. Further information can be found online at IKEA's website.
From 2008 to May 2013, approximately 4,569 KRITTER beds and from 2005 to May 2013, 13,333 SNIGLAR beds were sold at IKEA stores across Canada, and approximately 22,000 in the U.S.
Conspiracy theories die hard. You've got Elvis and JFK. And of course the posthumous grandmother of HRH baby George, Princess Diana. New 'evidence' regarding the deaths of Lady Diana and Dodi Fayed almost 16 years ago has been presented to the UK's Scotland Yard.
According to the article in the National Post, information has surfaced alleging that the pair were in murdered by a member of the British military, and the Yard is said to be "scoping [the information] and assessing its relevance and credibility."
A dossier of a former solider was provided to the Royal Military Police by the soldier's in-laws, referencing both the SAS and Diana's “secret diary.”
Scotland Yard insists it is not reopening the original investigation, known as Operation Paget, but it is certainly taking the lead seriously and if it proves substantial, could prompt a full inquest.
In 2006, the Paget investigation concluded that the Princess’s death was caused by substantive injuries resulting from negligent driving when her Mercedes crashed in a Paris tunnel after being pursued by paparazzi photographers.
Curious to hear more about this latest 'evidence,' or should this tragedy be laid to rest once and for all?
Talk about doppelgangers. If this spitting image series amazed you, consider this latest montage—of kids posing as icons. While they hold no familial relation, or even resemble the celeb they are impersonating, the effect is no less gush-worthy. Or as the Huffington Post puts it, never has Jimi Hendrix looked so "adorable."
The photography by April Maciborka features not only the (arguably) best guitarist of all time, but other famous players of musical pop culture, from Madonna to David Bowie. And who doesn't remember dressing up as their favourite pop star when they were young? I have fond memories of cutting all the fingers from a white glove like You Know Who, and using a khol eyeliner to fake a beauty spot above my lip like So And So. (And hey, if you do happen to look like a ridiculously famous person—as does this guy—it wouldn't be right not to capitalize on it, right? Sadly, that tactic hasn't worked for me yet.)
The best part about the shoot: the kiddos show as much character as the larger-than-life stars they're emulating...Which one is your favourite?