Wearing a mask is key when it comes to protecting ourselves and others against COVID-19. We’ve put a list together highlighting companies that offer masks made in Canada.
Canadian businesses have taken it upon themselves to produce their own non-medical masks. Purchasing locally will strengthen the community while adding some much-needed revenue to help repair the economy. Many of these shops are even donating a portion of their proceeds to well-deserving local charities.
This Montreal-based company not only offers customizable and comfortable facemasks, they also donate $1 from each mask to CAP Saint-Barnabe. This is a great charity that helps provide necessities for at-risk communities in the Montreal area.
With a wide array of customized options, Confetti-Mill is a great place to purchase comfortable face masks while donating to an important charity.
The People’s Mask
This Toronto-based company is producing face masks that are made of tightly-woven cotton and polyester. You can purchase their “Glam” option, which features Swarovski crystals if you’re looking for a little extra flair! Regular masks are $20, while the “Glam” option is going for $60.
For every purchase of a face mask, this company will donate one to a worker in need. A great company supporting a great cause.
Roots masks are made in Canada and for every mask purchased, Roots will donate a portion of the proceeds to the Black Coalition for AIDS Prevention. It’s a win-win.
Handmade by Toronto designer, Nancy Mak, these facemasks come in a wide variety of bold patterns. These breathable cotton masks come in all sizes and feature different filters such as pockets and adjustable ear straps.
These denim style face masks are produced by the Toronto-based clothing company IZ Adaptive. They are lightweight, breathable, and come in both adult and kid-size.
20 percent of all mask proceeds will be donated to the Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation. This charity is dedicated to the research of spinal cord injuries.
You can check out this Toronto-based dressmaker’s products on her Etsy shop. Christine M. Peter masks are made of cotton and linen as well as different varieties of lace.
This Montreal-based brand has released 12 different types of face masks for consumers. These masks are made from 100 percent cotton and feature adjustable nose wires to better personalize each fit.
This company also participates in donations to different charities. The charity that UNTTLD uses is The Patricia Mackenzie Pavillion. This is a Montreal organization that helps provide shelter for abused women. UNTTLD donates 10 perfect of every purchase to this organization.
This popular Toronto-based fashion company has announced a series of 13 different styles of non-medical facemasks. 10 are made from cotton, while the other three are made from sequins. These are all Canadian made masks that have been produced with repurposed fabrics.
Ellie Mae donates $5 from every mask to a great charity. Feed The Frontlines TO is an organization that aims at keeping restaurants open by providing meals to essential service workers on the frontlines of this pandemic.