Friday, January 22, 2016

Canadian Toy Company Will Continue to Sell Contact Lenses

"An Edmonton-based toy company pled guilty to violating the Optometry Act after selling coloured contact lens that injured two children in Moose Jaw and Regina," reports the Moose-Jaw Times. "CMS Famous Toys pled guilty earlier this week to two counts of violating the act in a Regina courtroom, said Crown counsel Ian McKay. The company has not been sentenced yet, but the company's president said that they plan to continue selling the product in Canada outside of Saskatchewan, as he felt the contact lenses were safe." Read more.

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