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National Post – WHEN: The irreverently named Hooter Hiders, a product that allows new mothers to cover up when it’s time to breastfeed their babies, have sparked a furor in Vancouver where sisters Nicole and Kimberly Critten have nabbed the Canadian distribution rights. The $45 cotton squares are designed to cover the baby while holding the fabric away from the body. But some object to the “burkas” for nursing babies. “I don’t think nursing needs to be discreet. It is a normal human function,” says Frances Jones of the Lactation Services and B.C. Women’s Milk Bank. On honeybunchbuzz.blogspot, a Toronto mom cited Hooter Hiders as a “ridiculous product” and referred to them as “breastfeeding burkas.”