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by:Getian     2020-08-07
To honor all of Canada\'s stuff, we think it is appropriate to look for sources of items that enjoy a prominent status throughout the country to find out how many of them are \"Made in Canada\" varieties.
And, of course, the eternal icon --
Maple Leaf, beaver and canoe
This requires little verification.
But it\'s more about exploring what we \'ve grown up with: Perfect Coffee, technical equipment for losers, and comfortable yoga pants.
It\'s about things that we may not like or use, but to some extent these things already represent the country and people and we want to find meaning in what we have together.
But the \"Made in Canada\" label is not easy to find or to claim.
The new federal rule, which began in 2010, raised the threshold-
In some cases, businesses complain too much.
To be truly made in Canada, the cost of producing or manufacturing such goods has already been generated here, and this product has \"undergone tremendous changes\" in the country \".
The claim must then be qualified: \"Made in Canada with sugar imported from other places.
Then there is the \"Canadian product\" name of the gold standard, where almost all (98 per cent)
In the cost of producing or manufacturing the item, it must occur in Canada.
No one says it\'s easy to be a Canadian.
Tim Holden coffee and cups: cream if we have to vote collectively for a national drinksweet double-
The double will win the hand down.
Franchise under the common name
Created by Canadian hockey player Miles Gilbert \"Tim\" Houghton, has become a fundamental part of our national identity and a ubiquitous part of the Canadian landscape.
From small towns to big cities, there are nearly 3,500 restaurants across the country --
Most people offer fast caffeine solutions 24 hours a day.
According to Alexandra Siegel, the company\'s spokesman, coffee comes from countries such as Brazil, Guatemala, Honduras and Colombia.
After that, however, it becamein-
Operation Canada.
\"Coffee sold in Canada is mixed, baked, ground and packaged in anccast, Ontario.
She added that all cups sold in Canada were also printed and made in Ontario.
The company is reluctant to give more information about suppliers.
Canadian Dry: this is a brand that exudes Canadian spirit in packaging.
From its name to the logo showing the national map from the ocean to the ocean, its origin is very suitable for Canada.
According to the company\'s official version of the event, the drink was made by John J. , a Canadian pharmacist and chemist.
In the 19 th century, McLoughlin ran a factory in Toronto where he produced soda water and sold it to a pharmacy, mixed with juice and spices, to make fountain drinks.
After many experiments, McLoughlin perfected the formula of Canadian dry ginger beer in 1904.
This is a brighter and sweeter version.
He sold ginger soda for several years.
He marketed it as \"ginger beer champagne\" and it became so successful that he registered the name in 1907.
McLaughlin has also developed bottle-loading techniques that allow him to sell carbonated mixtures wherever people gather.
He sells it in bottles marked with Canadian maps and Beaver labels.
A few years after McLoughlin\'s death, the company was sold to P in 1923. D.
Syler and colleagues of the Public Company of Canada Ganjiang Beer Co. , Ltd.
The next major change in ownership took place in the 1980 s, when Cadbury schweipps in London acquired the Canadian dry company.
Today, the Canadian Dry Goods brand is part of the Dr Pepper Snapple Group. based in Texas.
Tomato sauce fries for Lay: this is a Canadian novelty that is often overlooked. But long-
Time potato chips fans know that the addictive flavor of Lay tomato sauce fries can only be found in the Great White North.
Sheri Morgan, communications manager at Pepsi Foods Canada, confirmed that tomato sauce chips were invented in Canada and only available in Canada, but he said the story of how tomato sauce chips appeared had been lost. (
The tomato sauce is worth noting-
Other American companies are also selling seasoned french fries. S. )
According to Morgan, more Canadians than recipes.
The chips are produced in one of the six plants of Pepsi in Canada, and the use of Canadian potatoes takes about 10 minutes from start to finish.
We like their beds.
West Coast attitude and feelinggood Canadian-
The store seems to smell.
It\'s hard not to be left or left by a company that offers yoga classes to employees, yoga classes to customers, and provides us with a way to look good when sweating. The Vancouver-
Like other companies, the headquarters was established in 2000: small, local and grass-roots.
Entrepreneur Chipp Wilson opened the first store near the beach with a factory of 20-
Here, people can get together to discuss a healthy life.
But it\'s not easy to live locally when your business starts.
According to the company\'s annual review in 2011, the company\'s products are from China and from South Asia/Southeast Asia. Canada, the United States, Peru, Israel and Egypt.
Its trademark Luon fabric is supplied by a Taiwanese manufacturer.
During the annual review, the company acknowledged that it was difficult to find a suitable supplier that met its standards of quality, service, financial stability and labor and ethical practice.
This became apparent earlier this year when the company was forced to recall its trademark pants after being found too pure.
Lululemon blamed it on the long term
Time supplier of Eclat Textile Company Taiwan
The company said it misjudged their customer preferences.
Since then, lulululemon has said it has improved the quality control process and has launched a website that explains their manufacturing philosophy.
Metal in Canadian coins: according to the Royal Canadian Mint, the metal in the coins in circulation comes from some suppliers in Canada, as well as international suppliers, \"to keep the uninterrupted supply of metal at a reasonable price.
\"But how much of this metal is local and how much is international?
Spokesman Alex Reeves is cautious.
\"As we compete for currency contracts in circulation in the international market, this is commercially sensitive information.
\"All of the circulating coins in Canada are made using mint-proprietary multi-plating --
Steel Technology
The coin is made of sandwiches.
Like the core of steel, it is plated with alternate layers of different metals such as copper, nickel or brass.
Steel is the main metal in all coins, mixing nickel and copper on nickel, coins and coins, or mixing alloys such as brass and aluminum on $1 coins
Bronze on $2 coin.
Alternating metal layers make the coin resistant to damage, and the consistent thickness of each metal layer reduces the risk of fraud.
Coins produced by MPPS technology have been used in 30 different countries since 2000, including Singapore, UAE, Barbados, Ghana, Uganda, Panama, Papua New Guinea and Afghanistan
This means that our coins are not only real Canadians, but also coins from all over the world.
Canadian flag: Canadians have a hidden rule when buying Canadian flags: you can only buy flags made in Canada.
Or at the very least, that should be the rule.
There is nothing more exciting than discovering that the flag is \"Made in China\" above our heads.
\"This is the case in 2009, when-
Ndp mpp Peter Kormos found that the provincial flag he ordered through government buyers was made in China.
His findings ultimately led the speaker of the House to issue a decree directing that all signs purchased on behalf of the province must be manufactured in Canada.
But is there any difference between here and elsewhere?
\"There is something obvious: The bar is not in the right size and the color is not,\" said Murray Jeffries, chief operating officer of feicai International, a centuryold Toronto-
The US-based company is a major supplier of federal and provincial flags.
\"Some of our employees can see it at a glance.
\"The company has 70 employees and prints and sew flags locally.
\"We do everything possible to assemble and distribute these flags from our Canadian factory,\" Jefferies said . \".
\"I think it\'s a symbol of unity across the country, it\'s very important, and our belief is that this symbol should have originated here.
\"BlackBerry: for BlackBerry, Waterloo, we have a special place in our hearts --
The Canadian-based company, officially known as RIM, puts Canadians on a map of the technology world.
But many people have been wondering where these devices are made.
And it doesn\'t seem like an easy answer to find it.
According to an article by Forbes in 2011, the company has five global suppliers, most of which have manufacturing equipment. ups in China.
But one of its suppliers, Jabil Circuit Inc.
Manufacturing capabilities are also available in India and Ukraine, and factories have been expanded in Hungary, Malaysia, Mexico and the United States.
BlackBerry did not reply to our phone call or question, so we did our own investigation.
A quick search behind the batteries of four different devices purchased in Toronto, including Bold and Torch phones, found a small \"made in Mexico \".
\"Roots: The founders are two Americans inspired by Algonquin Park, Ontario, so they started to create a company that exudes the same outdoor spirit in its products.
Roots has largely achieved its goals with its iconic beaver logo and similar cabin shops.
Despite the high cost of local manufacturing, the company says most of its leather products and footwear are made in Canada.
We have a state. of-the-
Toronto\'s Art leather factory will celebrate its 40 th anniversary this year, \"said Robert Sanna, communications director.
\"But we have been doing everything in Canada for a long time.
Most of the clothing was made in India, China, Peru and Italy, he said.
\"It\'s not just an economic issue. . .
Manufacturing has been severely destroyed in Canada and we don\'t even have the capacity to reach 25-
Thirty years ago, \"he said.
All other elements including design and quality control are done locally.
\"In an ideal world, we are willing to create everything here, especially for companies like Roots, where Canada is part of the DNA.
Unfortunately, this is sometimes impossible and impractical.
\"Canada Goose jacket: if there is a clothing company that insists on its roots, it is Canada goose. The must-
Fashion accessories have gone out of their way to keep making in Canada in the past few winter --
And publicly said that staying in the local area is a gospel for the brand.
The company has two factories, one in Toronto and one in Winnipeg, and works with up to 20 other factories across the country.
Almost all products are made in Canada.
Lack of gloves made in China.
However, the company is transparent when listed overseas, such as in terms of fabrics and materials.
Even jacket down jackets come from Feather Industries Ltd.
A processor in Canada, each jacket also uses Hart down from the Hart community in southern Alberta.
There is a cost to live locally: everyone wants to be the same as you.
The company has always been the target of counterfeiters.
In honor of everything in Canada, Torstar News Service, we think it is appropriate to look for sources of items that enjoy a prominent status throughout the country to find out how many of them are \"Made in Canada\" varieties.
And, of course, the eternal icon --
Maple Leaf, beaver and canoe
This requires little verification.
But it\'s more about exploring what we \'ve grown up with: Perfect Coffee, technical equipment for losers, and comfortable yoga pants.
It\'s about things that we may not like or use, but to some extent these things already represent the country and people and we want to find meaning in what we have together.
But the \"Made in Canada\" label is not easy to find or to claim.
The new federal rule, which began in 2010, raised the threshold-
In some cases, businesses complain too much.
To be truly made in Canada, the cost of producing or manufacturing such goods has already been generated here, and this product has \"undergone tremendous changes\" in the country \".
The claim must then be qualified: \"Made in Canada with sugar imported from other places.
Then there is the \"Canadian product\" name of the gold standard, where almost all (98 per cent)
In the cost of producing or manufacturing the item, it must occur in Canada.
\"I think it\'s a symbol of unity across the country, it\'s very important, and our belief is that this symbol should have originated here.
Flying jefferiof colors International provides flags to the federal and provincial governments, and no one says it\'s easy to be a Canadian.
Tim Holden coffee and cups: cream if we have to vote collectively for a national drinksweet double-
The double will win the hand down.
Franchise under the common name
Created by Canadian hockey player Miles Gilbert \"Tim\" Houghton, has become a fundamental part of our national identity and a ubiquitous part of the Canadian landscape.
From small towns to big cities, there are nearly 3,500 restaurants across the country --
Most people offer fast caffeine solutions 24 hours a day.
According to Alexandra Siegel, the company\'s spokesman, coffee comes from countries such as Brazil, Guatemala, Honduras and Colombia.
After that, however, it becamein-
Operation Canada.
\"Coffee sold in Canada is mixed, baked, ground and packaged in anccast, Ontario.
She added that all cups sold in Canada were also printed and made in Ontario.
The company is reluctant to give more information about suppliers.
Canadian Dry: this is a brand that exudes Canadian spirit in packaging.
From its name to the logo showing the national map from the ocean to the ocean, its origin is very suitable for Canada.
According to the company\'s official version of the event, the drink was made by John J. , a Canadian pharmacist and chemist.
In the 19 th century, McLoughlin ran a factory in Toronto where he produced soda water and sold it to a pharmacy, mixed with juice and spices, to make fountain drinks.
After many experiments, McLoughlin perfected the formula of Canadian dry ginger beer in 1904.
This is a brighter and sweeter version.
He sold ginger soda for several years.
He marketed it as \"ginger beer champagne\" and it became so successful that he registered the name in 1907.
McLaughlin has also developed bottle-loading techniques that allow him to sell carbonated mixtures wherever people gather.
He sells it in bottles marked with Canadian maps and Beaver labels.
A few years after McLoughlin\'s death, the company was sold to P in 1923. D.
Syler and colleagues of the Public Company of Canada Ganjiang Beer Co. , Ltd.
The next major change in ownership took place in the 1980 s, when Cadbury schweipps in London acquired the Canadian dry company.
Today, the Canadian Dry Goods brand is part of the Dr Pepper Snapple Group. based in Texas.
Tomato sauce fries for Lay: this is a Canadian novelty that is often overlooked. But long-
Time potato chips fans know that the addictive flavor of Lay tomato sauce fries can only be found in the Great White North.
Sheri Morgan, communications manager at Pepsi Foods Canada, confirmed that tomato sauce chips were invented in Canada and only available in Canada, but he said the story of how tomato sauce chips appeared had been lost. (
The tomato sauce is worth noting-
Other American companies are also selling seasoned french fries. S. )
According to Morgan, more Canadians than recipes.
The chips are produced in one of the six plants of Pepsi in Canada, and the use of Canadian potatoes takes about 10 minutes from start to finish.
We like their beds.
West Coast attitude and feelinggood Canadian-
The store seems to smell.
It\'s hard not to be left or left by a company that offers yoga classes to employees, yoga classes to customers, and provides us with a way to look good when sweating. The Vancouver-
Like other companies, the headquarters was established in 2000: small, local and grass-roots.
Entrepreneur Chipp Wilson opened the first store near the beach with a factory of 20-
Here, people can get together to discuss a healthy life.
But it\'s not easy to live locally when your business starts.
According to the company\'s annual review in 2011, the company\'s products are from China and from South Asia/Southeast Asia. Canada, the United States, Peru, Israel and Egypt.
Its trademark Luon fabric is supplied by a Taiwanese manufacturer.
During the annual review, the company acknowledged that it was difficult to find a suitable supplier that met its standards of quality, service, financial stability and labor and ethical practice.
This became apparent earlier this year when the company was forced to recall its trademark pants after being found too pure.
Lululemon blamed it on the long term
Time supplier of Eclat Textile Company Taiwan
The company said it misjudged their customer preferences.
Since then, lulululemon has said it has improved the quality control process and has launched a website that explains their manufacturing philosophy.
Metal in Canadian coins: according to the Royal Canadian Mint, the metal in the coins in circulation comes from some suppliers in Canada, as well as international suppliers, \"to keep the uninterrupted supply of metal at a reasonable price.
\"But how much of this metal is local and how much is international?
Spokesman Alex Reeves is cautious.
\"As we compete for currency contracts in circulation in the international market, this is commercially sensitive information.
\"All of the circulating coins in Canada are made using mint-proprietary multi-plating --
Steel Technology
The coin is made of sandwiches.
Like the core of steel, it is plated with alternate layers of different metals such as copper, nickel or brass.
Steel is the main metal in all coins, mixing nickel and copper on nickel, coins and coins, or mixing alloys such as brass and aluminum on $1 coins
Bronze on $2 coin.
Alternating metal layers make the coin resistant to damage, and the consistent thickness of each metal layer reduces the risk of fraud.
Coins produced by MPPS technology have been used in 30 different countries since 2000, including Singapore, UAE, Barbados, Ghana, Uganda, Panama, Papua New Guinea and Afghanistan
This means that our coins are not only real Canadians, but also coins from all over the world.
Canadian flag: Canadians have a hidden rule when buying Canadian flags: you can only buy flags made in Canada.
Or at the very least, that should be the rule.
There is nothing more exciting than discovering that the flag is \"Made in China\" above our heads.
\"This is the case in 2009, when-
Ndp mpp Peter Kormos found that the provincial flag he ordered through government buyers was made in China.
His findings ultimately led the speaker of the House to issue a decree directing that all signs purchased on behalf of the province must be manufactured in Canada.
But is there any difference between here and elsewhere?
\"There is something obvious: The bar is not in the right size and the color is not,\" said Murray Jeffries, chief operating officer of feicai International, a centuryold Toronto-
The US-based company is a major supplier of federal and provincial flags.
\"Some of our employees can see it at a glance.
\"The company has 70 employees and prints and sew flags locally.
\"We do everything possible to assemble and distribute these flags from our Canadian factory,\" Jefferies said . \".
\"I think it\'s a symbol of unity across the country, it\'s very important, and our belief is that this symbol should have originated here.
\"BlackBerry: for BlackBerry, Waterloo, we have a special place in our hearts --
The Canadian-based company, officially known as RIM, puts Canadians on a map of the technology world.
But many people have been wondering where these devices are made.
And it doesn\'t seem like an easy answer to find it.
According to an article by Forbes in 2011, the company has five global suppliers, most of which have manufacturing equipment. ups in China.
But one of its suppliers, Jabil Circuit Inc.
Manufacturing capabilities are also available in India and Ukraine, and factories have been expanded in Hungary, Malaysia, Mexico and the United States.
BlackBerry did not reply to our phone call or question, so we did our own investigation.
A quick search behind the batteries of four different devices purchased in Toronto, including Bold and Torch phones, found a small \"made in Mexico \".
\"Roots: The founders are two Americans inspired by Algonquin Park, Ontario, so they started to create a company that exudes the same outdoor spirit in its products.
Roots has largely achieved its goals with its iconic beaver logo and similar cabin shops.
Despite the high cost of local manufacturing, the company says most of its leather products and footwear are made in Canada.
We have a state. of-the-
Toronto\'s Art leather factory will celebrate its 40 th anniversary this year, \"said Robert Sanna, communications director.
\"But we have been doing everything in Canada for a long time.
Most of the clothing was made in India, China, Peru and Italy, he said.
\"It\'s not just an economic issue. . .
Manufacturing has been severely destroyed in Canada and we don\'t even have the capacity to reach 25-
Thirty years ago, \"he said.
All other elements including design and quality control are done locally.
\"In an ideal world, we are willing to create everything here, especially for companies like Roots, where Canada is part of the DNA.
Unfortunately, this is sometimes impossible and impractical.
\"Canada Goose jacket: if there is a clothing company that insists on its roots, it is Canada goose. The must-
Fashion accessories have gone out of their way to keep making in Canada in the past few winter --
And publicly said that staying in the local area is a gospel for the brand.
The company has two factories, one in Toronto and one in Winnipeg, and works with up to 20 other factories across the country.
Almost all products are made in Canada.
Lack of gloves made in China.
However, the company is transparent when listed overseas, such as in terms of fabrics and materials.
Even jacket down jackets come from Feather Industries Ltd.
A processor in Canada, each jacket also uses Hart down from the Hart community in southern Alberta.
There is a cost to live locally: everyone wants to be the same as you.
The company has always been the target of counterfeiters.
In honor of everything in Canada, Torstar News Service, we think it is appropriate to look for sources of items that enjoy a prominent status throughout the country to find out how many of them are \"Made in Canada\" varieties.
And, of course, the eternal icon --
Maple Leaf, beaver and canoe
This requires little verification.
But it\'s more about exploring what we \'ve grown up with: Perfect Coffee, technical equipment for losers, and comfortable yoga pants.
It\'s about things that we may not like or use, but to some extent these things already represent the country and people and we want to find meaning in what we have together.
But the \"Made in Canada\" label is not easy to find or to claim.
The new federal rule, which began in 2010, raised the threshold-
In some cases, businesses complain too much.
To be truly made in Canada, the cost of producing or manufacturing such goods has already been generated here, and this product has \"undergone tremendous changes\" in the country \".
The claim must then be qualified: \"Made in Canada with sugar imported from other places.
Then there is the \"Canadian product\" name of the gold standard, where almost all (98 per cent)
In the cost of producing or manufacturing the item, it must occur in Canada.
\"I think it\'s a symbol of unity across the country, it\'s very important, and our belief is that this symbol should have originated here.
Flying jefferiof colors International provides flags to the federal and provincial governments, and no one says it\'s easy to be a Canadian.
Tim Holden coffee and cups: cream if we have to vote collectively for a national drinksweet double-
The double will win the hand down.
Franchise under the common name
Created by Canadian hockey player Miles Gilbert \"Tim\" Houghton, has become a fundamental part of our national identity and a ubiquitous part of the Canadian landscape.
From small towns to big cities, there are nearly 3,500 restaurants across the country --
Most people offer fast caffeine solutions 24 hours a day.
According to Alexandra Siegel, the company\'s spokesman, coffee comes from countries such as Brazil, Guatemala, Honduras and Colombia.
After that, however, it becamein-
Operation Canada.
\"Coffee sold in Canada is mixed, baked, ground and packaged in anccast, Ontario.
She added that all cups sold in Canada were also printed and made in Ontario.
The company is reluctant to give more information about suppliers.
Canadian Dry: this is a brand that exudes Canadian spirit in packaging.
From its name to the logo showing the national map from the ocean to the ocean, its origin is very suitable for Canada.
According to the company\'s official version of the event, the drink was made by John J. , a Canadian pharmacist and chemist.
In the 19 th century, McLoughlin ran a factory in Toronto where he produced soda water and sold it to a pharmacy, mixed with juice and spices, to make fountain drinks.
After many experiments, McLoughlin perfected the formula of Canadian dry ginger beer in 1904.
This is a brighter and sweeter version.
He sold ginger soda for several years.
He marketed it as \"ginger beer champagne\" and it became so successful that he registered the name in 1907.
McLaughlin has also developed bottle-loading techniques that allow him to sell carbonated mixtures wherever people gather.
He sells it in bottles marked with Canadian maps and Beaver labels.
A few years after McLoughlin\'s death, the company was sold to P in 1923. D.
Syler and colleagues of the Public Company of Canada Ganjiang Beer Co. , Ltd.
The next major change in ownership took place in the 1980 s, when Cadbury schweipps in London acquired the Canadian dry company.
Today, the Canadian Dry Goods brand is part of the Dr Pepper Snapple Group. based in Texas.
Tomato sauce fries for Lay: this is a Canadian novelty that is often overlooked. But long-
Time potato chips fans know that the addictive flavor of Lay tomato sauce fries can only be found in the Great White North.
Sheri Morgan, communications manager at Pepsi Foods Canada, confirmed that tomato sauce chips were invented in Canada and only available in Canada, but he said the story of how tomato sauce chips appeared had been lost. (
The tomato sauce is worth noting-
Other American companies are also selling seasoned french fries. S. )
According to Morgan, more Canadians than recipes.
The chips are produced in one of the six plants of Pepsi in Canada, and the use of Canadian potatoes takes about 10 minutes from start to finish.
We like their beds.
West Coast attitude and feelinggood Canadian-
The store seems to smell.
It\'s hard not to be left or left by a company that offers yoga classes to employees, yoga classes to customers, and provides us with a way to look good when sweating. The Vancouver-
Like other companies, the headquarters was established in 2000: small, local and grass-roots.
Entrepreneur Chipp Wilson opened the first store near the beach with a factory of 20-
Here, people can get together to discuss a healthy life.
But it\'s not easy to live locally when your business starts.
According to the company\'s annual review in 2011, the company\'s products are from China and from South Asia/Southeast Asia. Canada, the United States, Peru, Israel and Egypt.
Its trademark Luon fabric is supplied by a Taiwanese manufacturer.
During the annual review, the company acknowledged that it was difficult to find a suitable supplier that met its standards of quality, service, financial stability and labor and ethical practice.
This became apparent earlier this year when the company was forced to recall its trademark pants after being found too pure.
Lululemon blamed it on the long term
Time supplier of Eclat Textile Company Taiwan
The company said it misjudged their customer preferences.
Since then, lulululemon has said it has improved the quality control process and has launched a website that explains their manufacturing philosophy.
Metal in Canadian coins: according to the Royal Canadian Mint, the metal in the coins in circulation comes from some suppliers in Canada, as well as international suppliers, \"to keep the uninterrupted supply of metal at a reasonable price.
\"But how much of this metal is local and how much is international?
Spokesman Alex Reeves is cautious.
\"As we compete for currency contracts in circulation in the international market, this is commercially sensitive information.
\"All of the circulating coins in Canada are made using mint-proprietary multi-plating --
Steel Technology
The coin is made of sandwiches.
Like the core of steel, it is plated with alternate layers of different metals such as copper, nickel or brass.
Steel is the main metal in all coins, mixing nickel and copper on nickel, coins and coins, or mixing alloys such as brass and aluminum on $1 coins
Bronze on $2 coin.
Alternating metal layers make the coin resistant to damage, and the consistent thickness of each metal layer reduces the risk of fraud.
Coins produced by MPPS technology have been used in 30 different countries since 2000, including Singapore, UAE, Barbados, Ghana, Uganda, Panama, Papua New Guinea and Afghanistan
This means that our coins are not only real Canadians, but also coins from all over the world.
Canadian flag: Canadians have a hidden rule when buying Canadian flags: you can only buy flags made in Canada.
Or at the very least, that should be the rule.
There is nothing more exciting than discovering that the flag is \"Made in China\" above our heads.
\"This is the case in 2009, when-
Ndp mpp Peter Kormos found that the provincial flag he ordered through government buyers was made in China.
His findings ultimately led the speaker of the House to issue a decree directing that all signs purchased on behalf of the province must be manufactured in Canada.
But is there any difference between here and elsewhere?
\"There is something obvious: The bar is not in the right size and the color is not,\" said Murray Jeffries, chief operating officer of feicai International, a centuryold Toronto-
The US-based company is a major supplier of federal and provincial flags.
\"Some of our employees can see it at a glance.
\"The company has 70 employees and prints and sew flags locally.
\"We do everything possible to assemble and distribute these flags from our Canadian factory,\" Jefferies said . \".
\"I think it\'s a symbol of unity across the country, it\'s very important, and our belief is that this symbol should have originated here.
\"BlackBerry: for BlackBerry, Waterloo, we have a special place in our hearts --
The Canadian-based company, officially known as RIM, puts Canadians on a map of the technology world.
But many people have been wondering where these devices are made.
And it doesn\'t seem like an easy answer to find it.
According to an article by Forbes in 2011, the company has five global suppliers, most of which have manufacturing equipment. ups in China.
But one of its suppliers, Jabil Circuit Inc.
Manufacturing capabilities are also available in India and Ukraine, and factories have been expanded in Hungary, Malaysia, Mexico and the United States.
BlackBerry did not reply to our phone call or question, so we did our own investigation.
A quick search behind the batteries of four different devices purchased in Toronto, including Bold and Torch phones, found a small \"made in Mexico \".
\"Roots: The founders are two Americans inspired by Algonquin Park, Ontario, so they started to create a company that exudes the same outdoor spirit in its products.
Roots has largely achieved its goals with its iconic beaver logo and similar cabin shops.
Despite the high cost of local manufacturing, the company says most of its leather products and footwear are made in Canada.
We have a state. of-the-
Toronto\'s Art leather factory will celebrate its 40 th anniversary this year, \"said Robert Sanna, communications director.
\"But we have been doing everything in Canada for a long time.
Most of the clothing was made in India, China, Peru and Italy, he said.
\"It\'s not just an economic issue. . .
Manufacturing has been severely destroyed in Canada and we don\'t even have the capacity to reach 25-
Thirty years ago, \"he said.
All other elements including design and quality control are done locally.
\"In an ideal world, we are willing to create everything here, especially for companies like Roots, where Canada is part of the DNA.
Unfortunately, this is sometimes impossible and impractical.
\"Canada Goose jacket: if there is a clothing company that insists on its roots, it is Canada goose. The must-
Fashion accessories have gone out of their way to keep making in Canada in the past few winter --
And publicly said that staying in the local area is a gospel for the brand.
The company has two factories, one in Toronto and one in Winnipeg, and works with up to 20 other factories across the country.
Almost all products are made in Canada.
Lack of gloves made in China.
However, the company is transparent when listed overseas, such as in terms of fabrics and materials.
Even jacket down jackets come from Feather Industries Ltd.
A processor in Canada, each jacket also uses Hart down from the Hart community in southern Alberta.
There is a cost to live locally: everyone wants to be the same as you.
The company has always been the target of counterfeiters.
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