Shopping Canadian the Easy Way

Use this Growing List of Made in Canada Products to Shop Canadian

For Canadians who prefer to support Canadian businesses or who prefer to shop for products made in Canada, below you’ll find a growing Pinterest Board, broken down into categories to help you find products in one place.

The internet can be an all consuming time-drainer when it comes to finding what you’re looking for. In fact, if you’re looking for products specifically made in Canada or made by Canadians, it can be downright exhausting.

After giving it some thought, it was determined that the best way to bring products defined as Canadian in a list format was via Pinterest.

Why Pinterest?

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  1. With Pinterest, sharing Made in Canada products is fast and easy
  2. It’s easy to shop for products because they’re in one place, but from multiple sources
  3. The ‘Shop in Canada’ Pinterest Board is designed to feature products that you can specifically buy
  4. It can be very frustrating to shop for products on Pinterest in that you click the product to find out it’s only a damn photo! That is so annoying, so I’ll preview links before sharing them, so you get true shoppable products
  5. I’m adding PRODUCTS that can be purchased (the only exception is if the seller stops carrying the product or removes the link to the product). From time to time I’ll clean those up. So you may still run into sold-out items, or items that are no longer available. However, I’ll aim to keep the board efficient for you
  6. Products shared are found from multiple places or stores around the internet, so the hunt is already done for you
  7. It’s a constantly growing list, so check back to see what’s been added
  8. Products are divided by category, so shopping is visually easier
  9. If you find something you like, you can quickly and very easily save it to your own Pinterest Board or Boards.
  10. You can easily window shop Canadian online via a Pinterest Board
  11. Who says you ever have to buy anything, just see what’s available when you feel like it

Below is the Master ‘Shop in Canada’ Pinterest Board, Follow or Click through to View the Items Broken Down by Category (Note: To View the Categories You’ll have to be Logged Into Your Pinterest Account)

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2 thoughts on “Use this Growing List of Made in Canada Products to Shop Canadian”

  1. Always great to support your country with buying products made in and by your countrymen. Great idea to promote, Barbara. I also agree with supporting your local businesses in your town and neighborhood. Buy local is always a good idea to help the places you like to shop stay around.

    • Thanks Pat. It’s quite time consuming to find products in a concise way from Canada online, so am trying to minimize the work lol. Of course, some products have parts from other areas of the world as well, so unless it’s a DIY it may be challenging to find items 100 percent from one country. Not impossible though, just a bit of work.

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