Sustainable Shops Worth Visiting in Ontario

Pale Blue Dot Shop

Located in Hamilton, Ontario

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terra20

A growing franchise from Ottawa, Ontario.  Keep your eyes on this store.  Hopefully they will open up near you!

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Green and Frugal

A friendly shop Located in Toronto, Ontario

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ECo Existence

Located in Toronto, Ontario

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the stone store

Located in Guelph, Ontario

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saponetti

A super cool refill shop in Toronto, Ontario.

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THE KIND MATTER CO.

Now a real brick and mortar store located the Carriage Square on Main and Commercial in Milton!  Laura is working hard to bring products to you that will help your low waste living lifestyle.

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Zero Waste Bullk

Are you in Waterloo?  Go check out this zero waste store in the try city area! 

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Molloy's Bulk Refill &Soap Supply

Located in Guelph and Cambridge, Ontario. Offering Workshops on how to make soap and candles and sells a variety of low waste products.

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kinsfolk shop

This  low waste shop is online and offers free shipping on orders over $75

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unboxed market

Located in Little Portugal, The Unboxed Market lets you shop for your groceries waste free.

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Sustain Eco Store

Located in Huntsville, this store has a bunch of useful low waste products.

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Refillery District

Located in Orillia, Ontario, this store has a great selection of food products and reusable items.

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Nu Grocery

Ottawa, Ontario

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Zero Waste Bulk

Waterloo, Ontario

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molloys Soap zero waste

One location in Cambridge, and another one opening in Guelph in Spring 2019.

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Halton and Surrounding Area Organizations

Halton Environmental Network

If customers can’t find it, it doesn’t exist. Clearly list and describe the services you offer. Also, be sure to showcase a premium service.

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The Green Party of Canada

With a platform that is centrally focused on environmental politics,  It is only natural to provide a link on this website.  Eleanor Hayward is our 2019 nominee in Halton Region for the upcoming Federal Election.  With a focus on pushing a circular economy and supporting green businesses,  she has her eyes on sustainable living. Her expertise with environmental challenges facing this region is superior to most citizens in town and she is happy to discuss her role in the upcoming election with you. Contact info in link below

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Halton Green Screens

Inspiring Environmental Stewardship Through Film

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More Ideas

The Eco Hub is also an Ontario Website that has been created to help citizens source out eco friendly options.  Visit their site and see other ways that they are educating others.

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Milton Ontario Stores That Sell Low Waste Items

Madator Eyewear

If you wear glasses and care about sustainable eyewear, this is your store to bring your prescription to. From Dick Moby, ic! berlin to Costa sunglasses, Zeena and Mark are always searching for high quality shades that are environmentally friendly and ethical.  Mark is also proud to sell slow fashion products that will last for generations.


Plus, If you subscribe to the refillable product culture (part of the circular economy model), look no further for glass cleaning solution! They now sell refillable glass cleaning solution that is alcohol-free, solvent-free, scent-free, hypoallergenic, no VOCs, and is 100% biodegradable. Amazing news for sustainably minded Miltonians!

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LaLa Soap

Nestled on Charles Street, LaLa Soap sells a variety of zero waste soap products that cab help you curb your plastic waste in the bathroom and shower.  Lori also sells low waste deodorant in a jar, tablet toothpaste and refillable Castile soap, body lotion and bug repellent concentrate.  Keep you eye on our events page to see when the next soap how to class is run. This store also has a great workshop set up for small parties and events.

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Oh Look, Fabric!

If you haven't noticed already, the sewing culture has a huge role to play in a low waste lifestyle.  Replace your plastic produce and bull food bags with draw string bags.  Andria sells other low waste products like wax wraps, makeup remover pads and reusable cloth bags.  For sewing supplies, be sure to check out this down town Milton gem.

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Sustainably Minded Events

The Eco Lifestyle Market

A biannual event featuring eco vendors selling sustainable goods.

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Hillside Festival

Go for zero waste experience, stay for the glorious music.  Hillside is a family friendly three day weekend festival held on Guelph Lake. Go back everyday, or reserve a camp site and pitch a tent.  This event is one for the eco-hippy enthusiasts.

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Sustainable Diapering

Join Lindsay as she helps you navigate through the experience of reusable diapering.  She is a perfect resource for any new moms who want to limit the amount of plastic waste that will be left to their children.

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The Eco Market

The Eco Market is dedicated to supporting, uplifting and showcasing Canadian green innovation, entrepreneurship, and community action. Check out their event in Kitchener on April 27th by clicking on the link below.

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so much to explore!

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Low Waste Pop Up Shopping

Max and Zia

Lindsay is approachable and helpful in your journey to starting a low waste diapering program for your little one.

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Cedarsandsage

A slow fashion and home products shop that works with hemp/cotton blend fabrics and  up cycled items.  Worth visiting for wipes, dinner cloths and some signature fashion pieces.

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Reusable bag options

Click on the link below to read an article on where to get reusable produce bags.

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