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When a company experiences growth of 269 percent in three years, it’s going to get noticed—and today zero-waste laundry brand Tru Earth received that recognition by ranking 167th on The Globe and Mail’s second annual list of Canada’s Top Growing...
The future of travel is—without a doubt—sustainable travel. It’s hard to imagine a future where people are hanging out in crowded cities, piling into bars and flocking to places overrun with tourists. In reality, that might not be the worst...
A welcoming workspace is essential for productivity, especially with most of us working remotely these days. But don't worry, transforming your home office into an eco-friendly oasis is easier than you think. We've got five simple ways to create a...
This recipe is vegan-friendly as we have omitted the dairy and other animal ingredients so that everyone can enjoy a taste of the garden. During the warmer months, chives and mint are a great addition to the heartier herbs that...
We’re all familiar with materials like cotton, silk and linen on our fabric labels, but have you ever worn anything made from fishing nets, water bottles and coffee grinds? Vancouver-based Lezé the Label incorporates up to 100 percent recycled materials...
Buying off-the-rack clothes is convenient and a lot more affordable than custom-tailored pieces—but with that affordability comes compromise, often in the form of fit. Instead of donating or throwing away clothes that aren't perfect, try these hacks to help give...
Reducing your dairy consumption is easy with this tasty vegan salad from Spread’ Em Kitchen Co. nut-based cheeses. 1 bunch of broccolini, trimmed 1 can of chickpeas, rinsed 2 cups of arugula 2 tbsp olive oil ⅓ of Spread 'Em Kitchen Co. The...
Practicing fastidious hand hygiene has become a big part of our daily lives during the COVID-19 pandemic, and that can include using a lot of hand sanitizer when you're on the go. If you’ve noticed your skin feeling dry, flaky,
A lot of our everyday fabrics are made with plastic. That’s right. Fabrics like: polyester, nylon, fleece, elastane, spandex and more contain plastic. When we do a load of laundry, microplastics shed from our clothes when they rub together. The...
Local, end-of-summer produce is still bursting with fragrance and flavour. Whether you’ve stashed some away in the freezer for safekeeping or have stone fruit that is quickly peaking, you can pair it with this vegan biscuit recipe so that nothing...
Todd Talbot, co-host of the HGTV hit show Love It Or List It Vancouver, knows a thing or two about sustainable living. The actor/realtor recently downsized from a 3000-square-foot property in Lions Bay, B.C. to a 1200-square-foot home in East...
There has never been an easier time to find sustainable ways to decorate your home. Want to do your part for the planet while also creating a stylish home sanctuary? We’ve got you covered. Here are five simple and eco-friendly...
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