This business owner says she's being 'penalized' for bringing manufacturing to Canada from China

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A Canadian company that manufactures children’s toy couches finds itself facing a stiff bill for import tariffs after bringing production home to this country.

While Barumba Play is no longer importing a majority of its product, a single component of the couches has been reclassified by the Canada Border Services Agency and is no longer tariff-free.

The company’s flagship product is a couch for children made of pieces that can be easily taken apart and reassembled for play. Sara Feldstein founded the company in Markham, Ont., in 2021 and initially produced the couches entirely in China.

As the couches were classified as a children’s

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