Folks, I'm told the author has been invited to view this thread. Can't do much or say much now that I'm leaving work and on my way home. Will post more later.
Please stick to helpful facts and refer back to the original article as much as possible. Thanks.
He has viewed it. If everyone could post their very specific points as to what was incorrect, misleading, etc in the column that would be great. He feels that there is just a lot of :thumbsdown: here but no specifics. So let's be specific!
He has also just informed me that this installation service consists of techs who are trained to do installs. After the install is done a TC official comes and inspects it. Can someone please confirm that this is correct/incorecct? I can not dream that TC, a government agency, would put their name and therefore their liability on the installation of any car seat. I am also not aware of a training program which will train a person to professionally install car seats. To my knowledge, training programs in Canada will train us to check seat installs, answer questions, problem solve and educate the parents on how to keep their child safe.