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18 Waits

18 Waits emphasizes quality in its materials and craftsmanship with a lineup of products made by artisans and manufacturers in Canada and the United States.

60°N 95°W Brand & Co.

60°N 95°W Brand & Co. makes a line of quality fleece and casual-wear that reflects Canada. Their clothing is manufactured in Canada. They feature a Chris Hadfield line of children's clothing to inspire budding astronauts.

Alberta Apparel

Alberta Apparel is clothing company in based in Calgary, Alberta. Their clothing lined was established to provide an alternative to the fast fashion meant to represent Alberta that are not made locally, not sourced ethically, and that have little to no story behind them.

Atelier B

atelier b really believes in local production. Currently, all of their products that are not made in their own workshop are made within 10km of it. They make a line of clothing for men, women, and babies. They also make various home products.


BB⚡︎Co. is a rad, award-winning, one-woman show brand/boutique located in the heart of downtown Ottawa in the Byward Market. Their branded, size-inclusive apparel is designed, printed and pressed in-house — and has been since 2017

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BRUNETTE the Label

Founded by Miriam Alden in early 2014, Brunette the Label is a clothing brand based in Vancouver, BC Canada. All of their products are passionately designed in Canada.


Chlorophylle was established in Chicoutimi, a small town in Northern Quebec by a group of adventure enthusiasts. They make high-performance clothing and equipment for outdoor activities for both beginners and experts.


Coccoli is known for its durable and cozy children’s clothing for ages premature to 12 years-old. It was founded and is currently based in Montreal.

Deux par Deux

Deux par Deux is a children's clothing brand based in Montreal.

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Eliza Faulkner

Eliza Faulkneris an eponymous contemporary fashion house, focusing on bold feminine design. Their line is designed, cut, and sewn in Montréal, with the greatest care going into ethical and sustainable sourcing and business practices.

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Erdaine Knitwear

Erdaine Knitwear uses an on-demand production strategy which allows them to stay on top of current trends, while also minimizing the risk of over producing. They have an internal quality system that minimizes the number of defective products. They also use plastic-free packaging. Their production facility is located in British Columbia, where 93% of the electricity is generated by hydroelectric sources. All of their products are made in Canada. They use natural fibres like merino-wool, linen, alpaca, cashmere, and pima cotton, which are all renewable and biodegradable.

Granted Sweater Company

Granted Sweater Company is based in British Columbia, and makes sweaters that are knitted locally.


HeyFolks is a line of footwear designed in Canada. Their soft sole shoes are manufactured in Abbotsford, BC. Their sneakers are manufactured in China. Their boxes are made from 100% recycled material, they are 100% recyclable. Our box designs are foldable so they do not require glue or additional plastics to function. Their sneakers contain recycled plastics.


Hooké is a Quebec brand who's mission is to promote outdoor living, sustainable fishing and conscious hunting. Established in 2012, Hooké manufactures their products in an ecological and responsible way, combining comfort, style and quality.