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Where to buy made-in-Canada clothing

Support Canadian businesses, job growth and our economy while you shop.

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For lots of consumers, buying Canada-made clothing is a conscious decision made for a number of different reasons – like ensuring high-quality, durable materials that will last, supporting the Canadian economy or satisfying their classic and traditional sense of style.

If seeing that made-in-Canada tag on your clothing is important to you, take a browse through our list of the top brands designed and manufactured right here in Canada.

Where to buy Canadian made clothing online


Encircled
Encircled: Encircled makes thoughtfully-designed, versatile capsule wardrobe essentials. They offer comfortable clothing so you could travel lighter in comfort and with style.
Canadian-made brands stocked: Encircled
  • Free shipping over $150
  • Free returns
  • Change of mind returns within 90 days
  • No financing options
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SSENSE
SSENSE: Based in Montreal, SSENSE brings you the latest from both independent designers and some of the fashion industry's biggest brands.
Canadian-made brands stocked: Arc'teryx Veilance
  • Free shipping over $100
  • Free returns
  • Change of mind returns within 30 days
  • No financing options
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Amazon
Amazon: The US shopping giant brings an extensive range of Canadian made clothing labels, varying from easy, everyday womenswear to eco-friendly pieces.
Canadian-made brands stocked: Fig, Public Myth, Smythe, Raised By Wolves, Canada Goose, Jack Victor, Stanfield's
  • Free shipping
  • No free returns
  • Change of mind returns within 30 days
  • No financing options
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Altitude Sports
Altitude Sports: Stocking a curation of fitness, outdoor and sporting apparel, Altitude-Sports has everyone covered for any adventure.
Canadian-made brands stocked: Raised By Wolves, Arc'teryx Veilance
  • Free shipping over $49
  • No free returns
  • Change of mind returns within 90 days
  • No financing options
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Walmart
Walmart: You don't have to break the bank to shop Canadian made goods. Walmart offers everyday low prices on everything from clothing to electronics.
Canadian-made brands stocked: Stanfield's
  • Free shipping over $50
  • Free returns
  • Change of mind returns within 30 days
  • No financing options
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Bloomingdales
Bloomingdales: This site is a one-stop-shop for all your everyday and special occasion wardrobe needs. Bloomingdales' online department store stocks designers, homewares, gifts and women's clothing.
Canadian-made brands stocked: Jack Victor
  • Free shipping
  • Free returns
  • Change of mind returns within 90 days
  • No financing options
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Nordstrom
Nordstrom: Shop everything from womenswear, menswear, kids, home decor, beauty and designer brands at one of the most luxurious online department stores.
Canadian-made brands stocked: Wings + Horns, Smythe, Reigning Champ, Canada Goose
  • No free shipping
  • No free returns
  • No change of mind returns
  • No financing options
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J.CREW
J.CREW: Specialising in timeless pieces, J.CREW stocks a variety of cashmere goods, mens as well as women's clothing and accessories.
Canadian-made brands stocked: Reigning Champ
  • No free shipping
  • No free returns
  • Change of mind returns within 30 days
  • No financing options
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Norwood Clothing Co.
Norwood Clothing Co.: This site aims to bring you timeless pieces through a collection of footwear and clothing made for any situation.
Canadian-made brands stocked: United Stock Dry Goods
  • Free shipping over $100
  • No free returns
  • Change of mind returns within 14 days
  • No financing options
Hudson's Bay
Hudson's Bay: There isn't much you won't find when shopping with Hudson's Bay. Shop a range of beauty, homewares, mens and womens clothing as well as accessories.
Canadian-made brands stocked: Stanfield's
  • Free shipping over $99
  • Free returns
  • Change of mind returns within 30 days
  • No financing options

What other stores sell Canadian made clothing?

You can also shop the brands directly through:

  • Canada Goose
  • Urban Outfitters
  • Fig
  • Public Myth
  • Smythe
  • Raised By Wolves
  • Muttonhead
  • Wings + Horns
  • United Stock Dry Goods
  • Reigning Champ
  • Ecologyst
  • encircled
  • Jack Victor
  • Zen Nomad
  • Stanfield’s

Made in Canada clothing brands

Here are our top picks for brands made in our beloved Canada.

Brand Made in Clothing types What to know Where to buy
Fig Montreal, QC Womens tops, dresses, skirts and pants Designed for comfort and easy-wear
Public Myth Vancouver, BC Female athleisure Eco-friendly clothing manufactured with sustainable fabrics
Muttonhead Toronto, ON Sweat tops, T-shirts, outerwear, bottoms and swimwear Clothing manufactured to be unisex
  • Direct
    Wings + Horns Vancouver, BC Men’s outerwear, sweats, tops and bottoms High-end, quality-made men’s clothing brand
    United Stock Dry Goods Toronto, ON Men’s denim, shirts, chinos and T-shirts All clothing is designed with a minimalist aesthetic in mind
    • Norwood Clothing Co.
    • Direct
    Smythe Toronto, ON Women’s blazers, tops, dresses, bottoms and outerwear High-end fashion created using carefully sourced materials
    Raised By Wolves Montreal, QC Men’s street and urban wear clothing The majority of products are manufactured in Canada, with some items made in the US
    Reigning Champ Vancouver, BC Men’s and Women’s T-shirts, bottoms and outerwear Produces high-end activewear and everyday clothing
    Canada Goose Toronto, ON and Winnipeg, MB Men’s and Women’s outerwear, knitwear and accessories Premium fashion brand with a focus on facing the elements
    Ecologyst (formerly Sitka) Victoria, BC Men’s and Women’s tops, bottoms, wool and organic cotton clothing Eco-friendly clothing brand whose primary goal is to be good to our planet
    • Direct
    Cecile Benac Knitwear Vancouver, BC Men’s and women’s knitwear Handmade luxury knitwear
    • Independent boutiques
    encircled Toronto, ON Women’s tops, pants, dresses and skirts Sustainable clothing brand
    • Direct
    Philip Sparks Toronto, ON Tailored and bespoke formal wear for men Philip Sparks has been named as a designer on the rise by Forbes magazine
    • In-store in the Junction neighbourhood of Toronto’s west end
    Jack Victor Montreal, QC Men’s suits and formal wear Founded in 1913 and highly regarded for its great-quality pieces
    Zen Nomad Toronto, ON Lifestyle and yoga clothing for men and women Minimalist and sustainable clothing brand
    • Independent fashion boutiques in ON, AB, BC and NS
    • Direct
    Arc’teryx Veilance Vancouver, BC Premium outerwear for men and women Only the Veilance collection is manufactured in Canada
    Stanfield’s Truro, NS Men’s, women’s and children’s underwear and base layers First founded back in 1870
    Great Canadian Sox Toronto, ON Men’s, women’s and children’s sport, work, dress and everyday socks Canada’s favourite outdoor sock brand since 1877
    • Direct

      What qualifications do “Made in Canada” clothes need to meet?

      The Competition Bureau regulates and ultimately rules on whether a “Made in Canada” claim is compliant with its requirements. Eligible “Made in Canada” claims can include, but are not limited to, products that meet the following criteria:

      • The final significant transformation of a product must have been completed within Canada.
      • A minimum of 51% of the manufacturing costs must have been incurred in Canada.
      • The company’s “Made in Canada” representation must be accompanied by an appropriate qualifying statement. For example: “Made in Canada with imported parts” or “Made in Canada using both domestic and imported materials”.

      The Competition Bureau reviews all claims individually on a case-by-case basis and any company or product found to be misleading through false advertisement will be subject to a monetary fine.

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      Is “Made in Canada” clothing a more ethical choice over other options?

      Yes, it can be. Canada has specific laws in place that protect its workers and resources using a high set of standards. In countries that lack labor standards, in past years workers have been subject to child labor, unjust treatment, poor working conditions, shocking wages and concerning environmental issues that have the potential to affect long-term health.

      Of course, this doesn’t actually mean that brands that choose manufacture overseas are automatically unethical. The majority of retailers are now on board with the global movement against poor working conditions and environmental concerns by holding their international manufacturers to the same high Canadian standards.

      Why buy Canadian made clothing?

      There are a few reasons why buying Canadian made has its perks. First and foremost, you’ll be putting money back into the local economy. Speciality products that include fabrics such as wool can also be found to be of a higher quality. Businesses that produce in Canada are also more likely to invest in the longevity of their products.

      Is Canadian made clothing more expensive?

      You may pay more depending on the brand itself. Companies that manufacture luxury goods may be a little pricer but there shouldn’t be a massive jump in price from the same goods made overseas from other brands.

      But the pros do outweigh the cons because you can expect faster shipping, easier returns, no international transaction or credit card fees and you’ll be supporting local wages that follow ethical guidelines.

      Where to buy Canadian made mens clothing

      • Hudson's Bay
      • Norwood Clothing Co.
      • Cecile Benac Knitwear
      • Philip Sparks
      • Zen Nomad
      • Ecologyst
      • Great Canadian Sox

      Where to buy Canadian made womens clothing

      • Cecile Benac Knitwear
      • Zen Nomad
      • encircled
      • Ecologyst
      • Great Canadian Sox

      Where to buy Canadian made kids clothing

      • Walmart
      • Hudson's Bay
      • Great Canadian Sox

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