The department says the batteries can overheat, causing the light fixture’s housing to melt and posing a risk of fire.
It says the Cambridge, Ont.-based company has already received 19 reports of the light melting, but no injuries have been reported.
The recall affects black, three-in-one solar-powered tiki torches that were made in China.
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Health Canada says approximately 8,613 units were sold across Canada between Jan. 1 and July 17, 2019.
Anyone who purchased one should return it for a full refund or destroy it and contact Fusion for a replacement.