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s empreinte s écologique s et confectionnent leurs articles au Québec et au Canada. Que se soit dans le domaine de la mode, chez Laura et Tristan , dans l’industrie alimentaire , chez Laura Secord ou au niveau de l’ameublement , at Hudson’s Bay , il existe une multitude de produits fabriqués chez nous accessible à tous. Coup de cœur pour 4 marques qui innovent et font rouler notre économie locale.
If you're looking for Canadian-made furniture, a visit to the home department of Hudson's Bay is a must. You'll be surprised to learn that the Canadian department store carries several homegrown brands in its home decor/furniture department. You'll find a variety of decorative items such as pretty pillows, mirrors and living room furniture such as armchairs, ottomans and side tables.
Discover a wide variety of Canadian-made styles at Laura. The Montreal-based brand is proud to offer clothing for women of all sizes, from petite to plus. Their Canadian craftsmanship is their greatest strength, which is why they celebrate our country with proudly Canadian-made clothing. Here are some of our favourite pieces from the spring/summer collection.
Have a sweet tooth? Laura Secord will satisfy your taste buds. Owner of 100 stores in Canada, Laura Secord is the most important and recognized chocolatier in the country. It offers a wide variety of superior quality chocolates, many of which are made in Quebec, more precisely in Quebec City.
Founded in 1973, Tristan has always promoted making clothing in Canada. Each year, they produce up to 30% of their collection locally. Their Canadian-made styles are inspired by trends seen on the runways of top designers.