Canadian Clothing Brands List (Slow & Sustainable Fashion in Canada)

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Last Updated on March 7, 2024

A woman looking out at the Canadian rocky mountains for the article: Canadian clothing brands from coast to coast

Support local! Shopping from Canadian clothing brands not only helps you find unique pieces but also supports independent fashion brands and the Canadian industry. Plus we’ve curated this list to include brands who incorporate social and environmental initiatives into their business.

Everyday, Work & Casual Clothing Brands in Canada

18 Waits – menswear, made in Canada

Alder – sustainable women’s active & outdoor clothing (offers plus sizes)

Allison Wonderland – womenswear, eco-friendly line “Pillar”, made in Canada

Ana + Zac – men’s and women’s knitwear, lounge, and underwear

Ang Hill – women’s clothing, made in Canada

Anián – women’s, men’s, & unisex shirts, sweaters & jackets, made in Canada

Anne Mulaire – women’s everyday and work clothing, made in Canada (offers plus sizes) (read our legging review and interview)

Arraei – women’s natural clothing, made in Canada (offers plus sizes)

Ashabi – bamboo clothing & accessories, made in Canada

Atelier B – women’s, men’s & children’s clothing, made in Canada (offers plus sizes)

Bano eeMee – women’s & men’s leather jackets & coats

Batik Boutik – women’s & men’s clothing, accessories & home good featuring African textiles

Beaton – mostly linen clothing, made in Canada (offers plus sizes)

BEDI – women’s & men’s outerwear, made in Canada

Bellantoni – women’s clothing, made in Canada

Birds of North America – cute & colourful women’s clothing, made in Canada

Blue Sky Clothing Co. – women’s clothing (offers plus sizes)

Bodybag by Jude – women’s clothing, made in Canada

Bon Vivant – men’s clothing, most items made in Canada

Buttercream – casual knitwear, made in Canada (offers plus sizes)

Calita – women’s underwear, made in Canada

Cedar & Vine – minimalist linen capsule collection, made in Canada

Cherry Gardens – minimalist loungewear, made in Canada

Cherry Velvet – vintage-style dresses & accessories, made in Canada (offers plus sizes)

Clamour Clothing – vintage-style sustainable skirts, made in Canada (offers plus sizes)

Daub + Design – yoga & activewear, made in Canada

Devlyn van Loon – sustainable women’s & unisex clothing, made in Canada

Duffield Design – women’s clothing, made in Canada

Ecologyst – women’s & men’s active & outdoor apparel, most items made in Canada

Ecolove – comfy basics & unique details, made in Canada

Eliza Faulkner – women’s dresses and clothing, made in Canada

EMK – women’s, men’s & children’s clothing, made in Canada (offers plus sizes)

Encircled – comfortable women’s everyday & lounge clothing, made in Canada

Woman wearing 3 popular Canadian clothing brands - Encircled, Kotn & Pyrrha
Encircled top and pants, Kotn socks, & Pyrrha necklace

Eve Gravel – womenswear, made in Canada

Franc – women’s basics, made in Canada (offers plus sizes)

Free Label – loungewear & bras, made in Canada (offers plus sizes)

Gaia Dubos – womenswear, made in Canada

Glasnost – waxed cotton raincoats, made in Canada

Good Night, Day – handknit sweaters & wool accessories, made in Canada

Granted – unisex & kid’s handknit sweaters & wool accessories, made in Canada

Gus Sloan – jumpsuits, made in Canada (offers plus sizes)

Harly Jae – sustainable women’s clothing, made in Canada

Hernest Project – sustainable comfy clothes & loungewear (offers plus sizes)

Hilary MacMillion – women’s clothing (offers plus sizes)

Hoi Bo – women’s clothing & accessories, made in Canada

Horses Atelier – women’s clothing, made in Canada

Jennifer Glasglow Design – women’s clothing, made in Canada

Kaela Kay – women’s colourful dresses & formal/businesswear, made in Canada (offers plus sizes)

Kotn – women’s, men’s & unisex cotton tees & basics (watch my review)

La Monarch – women’s clothing

Leckie Apparel – women’s clothing, made in Canada

Lights of All – sustainable women’s clothing, made in Canada

Lumber Jill Apparel – flannel wraps & coats, made in Canada (offers plus sizes)

Made by Josephine – women’s clothing, made in Canada

Meemoza – women’s clothing, made in Canada

MeMi Collective – women’s clothing, made in Canada

Message Factory – women’s & men’s casual & knit clothing, made in Canada

Mettamade – women’s knitwear, made in Canada (offers plus sizes)

Miik – women’s knitwear, made in Canada

Mildred – women’s clothing, made in Canada

Modern Sunday – linen clothing & accessories, made in Canada

Msichana – colourful womenswear from artisan fabrics & accessories (offers plus sizes)

My Inner Fire – yoga & activewear

Nettle’s Tale – women’s clothing & swimwear, made in Canada (offers plus sizes)

Nomi – women’s minimalist linen clothing, made in Canada

NoMiNou – women’s, men’s, & unisex yoga & activewear featuring artist collaborations, made in Canada

Norden – women’s & men’s winter coats, parkas, raincoats & light jackets

Oge Ajibe – women’s clothing, made in Canada (offers plus sizes)

Ola Dubois – women’s clothing from sustainable and upcycled materials, made in Canada

OkayOk – unisex & children’s tees & streetwear, made in Canada

Ovate – minimalist womenswear, mostly linen, made in Canada

Poeme – dresses and jumpsuits

Power of My People – button down shirts & work/casual wear, made in Canada (offers plus sizes)

Prairie Sweater Co. – women’s casual, maternity, & nursing clothing, made in Canada (offers plus sizes)

Prana Vida – yogawear, made in Canada

Preloved – lounge & casualwear from deadstock fabric, made in Canada

Pros & Cons – printed dresses, everyday and formal wear, made in Canada

Rightful Owner – women’s clothing from deadstock & vintage fabric, made in Canada

Rock & Prairie Clothing Co. – small collection of women’s staple pieces, made in Canada (offers plus sizes)

Rowe – lounge/casual wear, made in Canada (offers plus sizes)

Salt – women’s & men’s clothing, made in Canada

Sarah Sue Design – women’s clothing, made in Canada (offers plus sizes)

Sessa Wearables – women’s & men’s clothing from deadstock fabric, made in Canada

Shelter – women’s classic styles for all seasons, made in Canada (offers plus sizes)

Siggi – colourful women’s clothing, made in Canada

Simone’s Rose – women’s clothing, made in Canada (offers plus sizes)

Smash + Tess – women’s, men’s & children’s loungewear, made in Canada

Smoking Lily – women’s & children’s clothing, accessories, & home textiles

tentree – sustainable women’s, men’s & children’s casual, active, & outdoor apparel

The Good Tee – women’s, men’s & children’s fair trade basics

Thief & Bandit – women’s & unisex hand-printed clothing, made in Canada (offers plus sizes)

This is J – women’s, men’s & children’s pajamas & loungewear, made in Canada

Tony Chestnut Design – women’s clothing, made in Canada

Uniform – women’s sustainable casualwear, made in Canada

Ursa Minor – women’s clothing, made in Canada

Vestige Story – dresses and minimalist clothing, made in Canada

Wallis Evera – sustainable women’s clothing, made in Canada

Wildflo Studio – women’s organic, fair trade basics and loungewear

Wolfe Co. – women’s & men’s lounge & casualwear, made in Canada

Wuxly Movement – women’s & men’s vegan outerwear, made in Canada

Yoga Jeans – jeans & denim, made in Canada

Underwear, Sleepwear & Swimwear Brands

49th Apparel – Pajamas & sleepwear

Aisle – period underwear (watch my review) (offers plus sizes)

Ana + Zac – men’s and women’s basics and underwear

Beth Richards – swimwear, made in Canada

Bravado Designs -sustainable maternity & nursing underwear

Earth and Elle – natural fiber bras & underwear, made in Canada

Fortnight – lingerie & intimates, made in Canada

Hernest Project – sustainable sleepwear & loungewear (offers plus sizes)

Lola & August – luxury lingerie, made in Canada

Londre – swimwear, made in Canada (offers plus sizes)

Mary Young – women’s & men’s underwear & intimates, made in Canada

Mayana Genevière – bras & lingerie, made in Canada (offers plus sizes)

Mimi & August – swimwear (offers plus sizes)

Minnow – swimwear, made in Canada

Nettle’s Tale – women’s clothing & swimwear, made in Canada (offers plus sizes)

Ola Dubois – women’s swimwear, recycled materials, made in Canada

Origami Customs – body & gender inclusive underwear & swimwear, made in Canada (offers plus and custom sizes)

Saltwater Collective – swimwear, made in Canada (offers plus sizes)

Selfish Swimwear – swimwear, made in Canada

The Sleep Shirt – Pjs, nightshirts & loungewear, made in Canada (offers plus sizes)

Sokoloff Lingerie – lingerie & intimates, made in Canada

Q for Quinn – organic socks, & underwear for kids and adults

Unika Swim – swimwear, made in Canada (offers plus sizes)

Accessory Brands in Canada

Anupaya – hats & homegoods

BEDI – recycled & upcycled bags, made in Canada

Brave Soles – leather shoes & bags

Duval – leather bags, made in Canada

Ecova – recycled cashmere winter accessories

Erin Templeton – leather bags, made in Canada

Yellow rubber boots in a puddle. Boots are from Canadian brand Thesus
Thesus natural rubber boots

Friday Sock Co. – men’s, women’s, & kid’s patterned socks

Mariclaro – upcycled bags, made in Canada

Poppy Barley – women’s & men’s leather shoes & accessories

Pyrrha – recycled precious metal jewellery, made in Canada

Q for Quinn – organic socks for the whole family

Rok Cork – cork bags

Thesus – natural rubber boots & recycled shoes

Unbelts – elastic belts (offers plus sizes) (read our review)

Stores Carrying Multiple Sustainable & Ethical Brands

AllTRUEist – women’s & men’s vegan shoes & accessories

Arc – women’s clothing, underwear, & accessories

New Classics – women’s clothing & accessories

Oat & Ochre – women’s & children’s sustainable clothing

Zinnia Textiles – women’s, men’s & children’s clothing & accessories

Children’s Clothing Brands in Canada

Bajoue – baby & kid’s clothing & accessories, made in Canada

Fairechild – Waterproof rain and outerwear made from recycled materials

Heyfolks – baby & kid’s shoes

Jax + Lennon – baby, children’s & adult clothing, made in Canada

Les Petite Natures – baby & kids clothing, made in Canada

Little & Lively – baby, kids, & youth clothing, made in Canada

Lux and Dae – kid’s accessories, made in Canada

Mini Mioche – baby & kid’s clothing & accessories, made in Canada

Mini Street – kids & “mommy + me” clothing, made in Canada

Modern Baby – baby clothing & accessories, made in Canada

Nest Designs – sleepers, swaddles, sleep sack & other baby products

Nooks Design – baby & kid’s wool footwear & accessories

NudNik – kid’s deadstock and zero waste clothing

Kids monster socks from Canadian organic sock brand Q for Quinn
Kids socks from Q for Quinn

Ole Design – baby & kid’s clothing & accessories

Parade Organics – organic baby & kid’s clothing & accessories

Pure Colour Baby – sustainable printed baby & kid’s clothing, made in Canada

Q for Quinn – organic baby & kid’s socks, underwear & pjs

Rain People – baby & kids bonnets, made in Canada

Simply Merino – wool baby, kid’s & adult clothing, made in Canada

Soft Soul – cork baby & toddler shoes/slippers, made in Canada

Trucs d’enfants – gender neutral baby & kids clothing, made in Canada

Wee Woollies – wool baby & kid’s clothing, made in Canada

Is there a brand I missed? Please share them in the comments!

68 Responses

  1. Rosalyn Campbell
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    So many amazing brands. My shop, OAT & OCHRE, is based out of Alberta, Canada. I exclusively carry ethical fashion brands for baby, kids, and women. I would love for you to check it out!

  2. Shanie
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    Ten Tree is not made in Canada according to their website.

    • Verena Erin
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      Not all of these are made in Canada, only the ones that say “made in Canada”

      • Alison Boorman-Sears
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        Lost in layers and paper label

  3. Mackenzie
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    Ola Dubois makes up cycled swimwear and dresses in BC

    Lennard Taylor in Winnipeg makes women’s clothing from sustainable fabrics, does repairs and alterations, will turn the item into something new if it rips or gets a stain, and once the piece can no longer be repurposed he will turn it into art for you. Production is done in house in Winnipeg.

    Made by Josephine is now stephanie smith clothing

    Sarah Sue Design uses sustainable and upcycled materials in her small batch designs. Production is in house in Winnipeg

    Reclaim Mending in Winnipeg isn’t a clothing company, but they do repairs and mending. Several times a year they take their scraps and turn them into blankets and other zero waste items

    Common Manufacturing makes small batch men’s clothing and all production is done in Winnipeg. Customers are encouraged to visit the production area for transparency

    Wilder Goods makes made to order and small batch bags and accessories. Materials are sourced from places that pay a fair wage. Production is completed in Winnipeg.

    Tony Chestnut small batch production in Winnipeg

  4. Marissa K.
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    Five Little Wildings is a sustainable handmade Canadian company that makes grow-with-me clothing in Ontario.

  5. Erin
    | Reply is an animal free, sustainable made in Canada outerwear brand. Great jackets, collab with Bryan Adams and celebs like J.LO recently wore it.

  6. Justin
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    Bon Vivant is no longer in business

    Jerico and House of Blanks

  7. Connor Curran
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    Local Laundry- were a Canadian made clothing company looking to donate $1 million by 2030 🙂

  8. Dana
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    What about c’est beau in Montreal?

  9. Blake
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    You missed Seed! 100% ethically made in Canada. Hemp and organic cotton clothing for men and women 🙂

  10. Rachel
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    49th Apprarel makes sleepwear from cotton and linen for men and women in Sault Ste. Marie ON

  11. Samantha Wharton
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    I’m so glad I found this site! I haven’t heard of some of these brands, thanks for sharing them! There’s also womenswear designers: Poeme Clothing, Delayne Dixon, Zoba Martin, Kwesiya, makeup and skincare brand Vooqo, jewellery brands Chayle, Omi Woods and Jenny Greco. and underwear brand Knix. I started a small online shop that sells sustainable brands too

    Love your site!

  12. Lindsay
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    Great list of brands! One of my favourites is Ana + Zac, they are a Halifax based, made in Peru brand that focuses on ethically and well made Pima Cotton basics! Just wanted to share. Cheers 🙂

  13. Heather
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    Rowe Apparel and Lost in Layers both are out of Calgary and made in Canada

  14. Virginie
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    Hello Erin,

    There is also Créations Encore ( made in Montréal recycled polyester, etc) and Abaka (made in Shawinigan, Québec, Canada) Thank you so much for compiling a list of sustainable clothing companies in Canada.
    Keep up the good work !!

  15. Alyssia
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    Good for Sunday would be a great one to add to this list that I found recently! They make everything in Toronto, use sustainable materials like bamboo and organic cotton, are women-owned, have plus sizes up to 3XL, and neutralize all their carbon emissions through reforestation projects. I have a few of their pieces and I’m super happy with them.

  16. Hannah
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    Fantastic list! We’d love to be added to it – our business is Kindred Coast – based on Vancouver island, and all our clothing is cut, sewn and printed here in Canada. We only use sustainable fabrics as well 😌 we offer great classic printed tees for men and women, plus lots more 💛

  17. Kasia_Cie
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    Check out cool, minimalist streetwear by Montreal brand Mercy House. They source their fabrics locally and make-to-order their product.

  18. Sundée Himburg
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    Blackbird studios in Hamilton Ontario. Amazing designs. I have five of their dresses and I love them

  19. Angie
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    Ang Hill is a women’s clothing brand in Edmonton. Ethically made by hand with cute little love messages on each piece! Also, have a new kid’s line, little hill 🙂

  20. LPD
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    I love Birdie and Bub, based in New Brunswick. Lovely made in Canada options for littles and ladies. Great quality and nice designs.

  21. Katie Lo
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    Muttonhead in Toronto!

  22. Mackenzie
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    May I also suggest Lennard Taylor from Winnipeg?

    All items are made in Winnipeg, if an item no longer fits/rips/stained, Lennard will make it into something else for you. When it’s no longer able to be made into something else, you can return it and he will incorporate it into his art pieces.

  23. Tim
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    Thanks for this list! Might I also suggest Province of Canada. They’re products are all made in Canada and super high quality! Plus they recently opened a shop in downtown Toronto.

  24. Becky
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    This list is fantastic, thank you so much for putting it together!

  25. Willow
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    Hello lovely My Green Closet people! I’ve been a watcher on youtube for a couple years, but first time commenter.*blush* I like shopping Canadian made so I just have a few possible additions, if you like and can muster the will to edit this for the 40th time. Hope something in this helps someone! I had to double space to make it legible, sorry.

    Erdaine – women’s merino knitwear, made in Canada

    Linen Ladder – Oeko-tex certified linen clothing and accessories. I ordered a few months ago and the clothing arrived with no plastic packaging except for the outside mailer. I think the quality is really good, for the little my ‘random person on the internet’ opinion is worth! Not labelled plus size, but quite loose cuts. Made in Canada, sustainable materials.

    Econica – Women’s wear, accessories and lingerie made of cashmere, bamboo and organic cotton. Made in Canada, sustainable materials, plus sizes.

    Nights in White Flannel – Cottage industry making flannel and cotton pajamas for all ages. Made in Canada, plus sizes.

    Kamiks – Shoes and boots, made exclusively in Canada and US. Offer rubber boot recycling. Made in Canada, low waste initiatives.

    Sabrina Butterfly – Womenswear made in house in AB, carries jewellery and socks made in Canada, US and Italy. Made in Canada

    Salts and West – Bamboo womenswear and underwear. Made in Canada.

    George C Kirk’s – Moccasins and other leather goods. Made in Canada.

    Movement Global – Bamboo womenswear and sports bras. Made in Canada.

    Whiteout Workshop – Silkscreened lothing and accessories, Made in Canada.

    Jerico – Custom t shirts. Made in Canada.

    Sea of Wolves – Stretchy silkscreened womenswear. Some fabrics Oeko Tex certified. Made in Canada.

    Victoriana Imports – Organic cotton nightdresses. Sustainable materials.

    Heather Case – Mostly linen womenswear. Made in Canada.

    Manitobah Mukluks – Indigenous owned leather footwear company. Have made in Canada styles.

    Little Deer Handmade – Women’s and girls’ clothes, mostly linen. Some fabrics OekoTex certified. Made in Canada.

    Hides in Hand – Leather goods, work exclusively with Canadian leather including wildcaught deer and moosehide. Definitely -not- vegan, but Made in Canada. I hope that’s okay.

    Thank you to anyone who managed to get through this partial encyclopedia of a comment. I hope you’re doing well!

  26. Barb Christensen
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    FIG based in Montreal. Some lines made in Canada. Beautiful travel clothes! Thanks for putting list together!

  27. christian
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    Wuxly Movement! – Canadian made outerwear that uses sustainable/innovative materials while being animal-free !

  28. Fiona Cook
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    Anne Mulaire is launching more inclusive sizing on April 12!

  29. Katie
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    First of all thank you so much for making this list. Also Please include Seed!

  30. Gina
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    So glad I discovered this list. Thank you for putting it together.
    A couple maritimes slow fashion/ made in Canada companies I have clothes from:
    Birdie & Bub
    Bambee apparel
    Poison Pear

  31. D Hall
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    It would be great to have information as to where the materials including raw materials are not sourced from countries using forced labour as an example.

    • Verena Erin
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      The important this is not avoiding certain countries (forced labour unfortunately happens everywhere, including Canadian and US factories), but hopefully buying from brands you trust are ethically sourcing and fairly paying everyone in their supply chain. The best thing to do to try and ensure this is ask questions about their material sourcing and manufacturing and see how transparent the brand is willing to be!

  32. Marcela Saitua
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    Great list – but, I have to say that I am going a little stir crazy. I need clothes for a 12-year-old boy. So many places to shop for women’s, men’s and baby clothes. Most sites have kid’s clothing sizes that only go up to toddler sizes or, if you’re lucky, size 6/7. Any suggestion for a 12-year-old?

  33. LVS
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    A wonderful store that focuses on Canadian-made clothing and accessories is Victoire. They have closed their Ossington location in Toronto but still have a brick and mortar in Ottawa, and an excellent online store.

  34. Valentina Duran
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    Thanks for sharing this list! 🙂 I have another brand that I want to share as I love it. Indiarts Collective, a vancouver based social enterprise that offers handmade, ethical products co-create with artisans in South America. Every product is so well made and support traditional and indigenous artisans in Latin America. Check them out!

  35. liz cohoe
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    Check Lillie & Cohoe Handmade luxury hats. Designed and manufactured in Nelson BC. for 29 years using natural and luxury fabrics, some dead stock fabric as well. Staff employed for 20 years +

  36. Chantal Sloan
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    Vie Boutique –
    All upcycled clothing

  37. Catherine Leclerc
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    Samara & Co gathers Canadian eco-conscious brands + they give back.

  38. Hilary Barber
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    And Os and Oakes!

  39. Hilary Barber
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    Hi! You could add Today’s Modern Bébé, Second of November, Petits Villains and Happy Apple to the kids list.

  40. Brit
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    Please add Wolfe Co. Apparel and Goods. All of their clothes are made in Toronto and they outsource accessory production to local artisans across Canada.

  41. Aya
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    Nomi Designs has some beautiful linen pieces

  42. aya
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    Trucs d’enfants for children’s clothes!

  43. Alexis Scott
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    This is such a great list! I’m finding a lot of companies selling underwear sell bralette but not a supportive bra. Does anyone have any suggestions for me??

  44. Mackenzie
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    Thought of another one: Ola Dubois in Victoria uses upcycled materials.

  45. Mackenzie
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    Lennard Taylor, EMK Clothing, Made by Josephine all in Winnipeg are other ones to add.

  46. Naomi
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    Great List!
    May I suggest Oona Clothing – based in Vancouver, making underclothes for all sizes and genders. Tina sources fabric locally and hand makes the clothing, including silk screens.

  47. Meredith
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    PixieMood has excellent vegan material/cruelty-free bags!

  48. Loxy
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    I think The Sleep Shirt fits some of your categories:

  49. Natalie
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    This is a fantastic list, thank you! I would suggest adding Smoking Lily, a personal favourite. Victoria based with a shop in Vancouver, they use sustainable fabrics and deadstock, design and sew everything themselves, and strive for a zero waste manufacturing process.

    • Verena Erin
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      Oh yes! I know of them, can’t believe I forgot 🤦‍♀️ Thanks!

  50. Abby
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    IndiArts Collective is a great one based in Canada. All of the products are ethically made and traded from communities in Latin America, with an emphasis on selling mostly bags. 🙂

  51. Aya
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    Oh, and Betina Lou as well!

  52. Aya
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    Thank you for the list! Love Encircled and Franc very much 🙂
    Lowell MTL is a great company – got a nice leather tote bag from them 🙂
    Uppdoo as well!

  53. Cathy
    | Reply

    Thanks for this list, which I will be using again and again. Check out Marigold Montreal, Créations Encore, Rien ne se Perd and Maillagogo, all lovely Québec clothing brands (all made locally).

  54. Anna
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    Fluevog shoe!

  55. Sarah
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    Both women’s wear- Prana Vida Style, and Mettamade 🙂

  56. Heather Stewart
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    This is J
    Little and Lively
    Jack and Lennon

    All great companies with a lot to offer!

  57. Nayane Morais
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    I think Mejuri is a canadian Brand for ethical jewellery… I’m Brazilian but I have been living in Canada for almost 3 years now and I love when I find some Canadian sustainable brand. Love your blog <3

  58. Maddie
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    Accessory brand – Jewels by sjb 🙂

  59. MamaSquirrel
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    I have enjoyed dealing with Duffield Design in Ontario.

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