TORONTO — Two more large retailers — Sears Canada here and Lululemon Athletica, based in Vancouver — have recalled certain reusable bags, citing high levels of lead. The recalls follow similar reports of high lead content in reusable bags sold at a handful of supermarket retailers in the U.S. In a press release, Sears Canada said testing of one bag design — white with a green maple leaf — in three sizes, sold between July and December, "has revealed that the level of lead in this specific ...

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