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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.

Anise & Dill

Anise & Dill is a Canadian textiles studio specializing in natural dyeing, slow fashion products, instructional workshops and eco friendly products.

  • Organic

Anián Mfg.

The idea for Anián sprung from the belief that: the clothes we enjoy in the natural world should not be harming it. Anián is a circular fashion company based on the West Coast of Canada. Anián manufactures in Canada and believes in transparency when it comes to wear and how things are made. They focus mainly on using recycled natural fibres.


Arc’teryx is based in the Coast Mountains of BC. They design a line of apparel, outerwear, and adventure gear.


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.


Fionnahanna makes baby apparel, scarves, notebooks, etc. They are based in Toronto, Ontario.

  • Organic


Kombi is a Canadian, family-owned company that was established in Montreal in 1961. They make a line of winter clothing for all members of your family.

Muskoka Bear Wear

Muskoka Bear Wear was established in 2003 and makes a line of Ontario-made clothing. It is the largest original clothing brand in Central Ontario, with locations in Bala, Bracebridge, Gravenhurst, Huntsville & Port Carling. Their flagship product is their Paw Pants.


Muttonhead is an apparel brand and boutique located in Roncesvalles in Toronto, Ontario. Their entire line is designed and manufactured in North America. All Muttonhead garments are unisex.

  • Organic

Ole Originals Clothing Co.

Ole Originals Clothing Co. makes graphic tees in Vancouver, BC. They specialize in making shirts that represent different parts of Canada.

Olé Denim

Ole Denim was created by friends in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan in 2013. Ole denim was designed to work in any situation life throws at you.

Parks Canada

Parks Canada administers one of the finest and most extensive systems of natural and cultural heritage places in the world.