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ProvinceName of OrgWhat does it do?Location (City)Phone NumberWebsiteTwitter HandleFacebookOther Useful Links
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Ontario nu groceriesPackage free supermarketOttawa(613) 792-1995https://nugrocery.com/
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OntarioHerb and SpiceBulk storeOttawa(613) 232-4087 ext. 1http://www.herbandspiceshop.com/
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OntarioWholefoods Bulk store + plastic free products (toothbrushes)Ottawa(1-844-936-8255)https://www.wholefoodsmarket.com/stores/lansdownepark
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All of CanadaLushzero waste and locally made toiletriesVarious locations1-888-733-5874https://www.lush.ca/
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OnlineGreen MunchParty supplies/ sustainable catering suppliesOnline877-316-5690http://www.greenmunch.ca
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Canada IdeaHighlight the problems of plastic waste and the grocery store responsibilityhttps://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=10156333062977431&id=514057430
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Canada PareDownLists zero waste resources by citywebhttp://www.paredownhome.com/https://twitter.com/Paredownhomehttps://facebook.com/paredown
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OntarioPareDownWhere to go in Toronto for zero waste (ie, bringing in home containers for food or beauty supplies).Torontohttp://www.paredownhome.com/where-to-shop/toronto/#bread
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OntarioCoffeecologyCoffee in glass/plastic containers, bike delivery.Toronto(905) 512 2173https://coffeecology.ca/
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QuebecEpicerieMontréalhttps://www.epicerieloco.ca/
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QuebecEpicerieMontréalhttp://www.allonsvert.ca/
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All-webLife Without PlasticResources re plastic freewebhttps://www.lifewithoutplastic.com/store/ca/https://www.twitter.com/lifewoutplastichttps://www.facebook.com/lifewithoutplastic
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BCThe Soap Dispensary & Kitchen Staplesbulk storeVancouverhttps://www.thesoapdispensary.com/https://twitter.com/SoapDispensaryhttps://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Soap-Dispensary/266253066720178
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BCNada Grocerypackage free groceryVancouverhttps://www.nadagrocery.com/https://twitter.com/nadagroceryhttps://www.facebook.com/nadagrocery/
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BCWest Coast Refillpackage free groceryVictoriahttp://www.westcoastrefill.com/https://twitter.com/westcoastrefillhttps://www.facebook.com/westcoastrefill/http://www.westcoastrefill.com/location-hours/
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NSThe Tare Shop (opening fall 2018)package free groceryHalifaxhttps://thetareshop.com/http://thetareshop/https://www.facebook.com/thetareshop
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NSEcology Action Centrelobbying to ban plastic baghttps://ecologyaction.ca/plastichttp://twitter.com/ecologyactionhttp://www.facebook.com/EcologyActionCentrehttps://ecologyaction.ca/civicrm/petition/sign?sid=6&reset=1
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Canada LitterlessWhere to shop zero wastehttps://www.litterless.com/shopcanada/https://twitter.com/golitterlesshttp://facebook.com/golitterless
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Canada Life Without PlasticThe one-stop shop for safe, high quality, ethically-sourced, Earth-friendly alternatives to plastic products for everyday lifehttps://www.lifewithoutplastic.com/store/ca/
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WorldwideSea ShepherdOffers many plastic free items including clothing, household goods... Also profits from sales goes towards protecting the oceans - including cleaning up plasticOnlinehttps://shop.seashepherd.org/collections/all
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PEIRed Island Hospitality Group
Resources for 4 restaurants included in this entry
Red Island Hospitality Group operates four restaurants in downtown Charlottetown, P.E.I., and are already phasing the straws out. "We will eliminate the ask on the 8th [of April]. We'll definitely educate the guests as to why we're doing so and the benefits on not using a plastic straw." Hunter's Ale House, Charlottetown Beer Garden and Seafood Patio, The Factory Cookhouse and Dancehall, and John Brown Richmond Street Grille.http://www.rihg.ca/https://twitter.com/HuntersPEI
https://twitter.com/beergardenpei
https://twitter.com/TheFactoryPEI
https://twitter.com/johnbrowngrille
https://www.facebook.com/RedIslandHospitalityGroup/
https://www.facebook.com/BeerGardenPEI/
https://www.facebook.com/huntersalehouse
https://www.facebook.com/thefactorycookhouse
https://www.facebook.com/johnbrowngrille
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PEICharlottetown BulkBarnBulk Barn customers can now bring re-usable containers to the store.465 University Ave, Charlottetown, PE C1A 4N9Phone: (902) 894-7400
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NLPerson who owns a business who has gone public about her plastic free initiatives. The western Newfoundland artist, Alli Johnston would like to make this year completely plastic-free, Joyce Reesor of Corner Brook makes, and sells, reusable food wraps out of cotton fabric and beeswax to replace plastic wrap. Alli uses these in her attempt to reduce plastic.Corner Brook http://www.allijohnston.com/

News Story about her

http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/newfoundland-labrador/western-newfoundland-plastic-reduction-1.4473265
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NLThe Sprout RestaurantThe Sprout is a vegan and gluten-free restaurant that has been prioritizing waste reduction from the get-go. They recycle everything from glass and plastic to paper, compost organic waste, and even have reusable plastic to-go containers, which customers can return for a 1$ refund!! Their menu is composed of local produce (and local beer! Yum.), which is also great for the environment as reduces transportation emissions, while providing the community with healthy, delicious meals!St. John's, NLPhone: (709) 579-5485https://www.facebook.com/poyotaco/
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Canada 9 "Zero Waste" Restaurants In Canada You Need To Try Before You DieCanadaReview Article: https://www.mtlblog.com/feature/zero-waste-restaurants-in-canada-you-need-to-try-before-you-die
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NLSt. John's Farmer's MarketHas a zero waste dining area in the Market St. John's, NLhttp://stjohnsfarmersmarket.org/https://twitter.com/sjfmhttps://www.facebook.com/sjfmnl/
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NBTerraterreAt Terraterre, located in the Saint-Jacques area of Edmundston, products are sold in bulk and customers take their own containers, such as mason jars, to fill at the store.
121 rue Principale, Saint-Jacques, Edmonston
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506-253-9274https://www.facebook.com/epicerieterraterre/
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NBParedown HomeThis is a website thast is dedicated to listing zero waste companies in Fredericton. Frederictonhttp://www.paredownhome.com/where-to-shop/fredericton/https://twitter.com/Paredownhomehttps://www.facebook.com/paredownhttps://www.instagram.com/paredown/
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NBThe Zero Waste and Healthy Lunch BoxThis educational project helps students and their parents learn about how to eat healthy foods, protect the environment and save money! This program is set out for the Francophone and Anglophone primary schools of northwestern New Brunswick, but we encourage everyone from all over the world to consult our vast array of online resources and start packing a zero-waste and healthy lunch box and snack today.

In order to provide primary school teachers with educational and interactive resources, an online educational kit was developed.
North Western NB
http://wellnessnb.ca/resources/zero-waste-and-healthy-lunch-box/@WellnessNBhttps://www.facebook.com/WellnessNBMieuxEtreNB/
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SKSaskatchewan Waste Reduction CouncilSaskatchewan Waste Reduction Council helps you find the best places to recycle anything from your home and workplace. Select a location and material to find out how you can recycle.All of Saskatchewan306-931-3242http://www.saskwastereduction.ca/https://twitter.com/WRSaskhttps://www.facebook.com/saskwastereduction/
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SKParedown ReginaWhere to shop in Regina to aspire to Zero WasteReginahttp://www.paredownhome.com/where-to-shop/regina/https://twitter.com/Paredownhomehttps://www.facebook.com/paredown
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SKParedown SaskatoonWhere to shop in Saskatoon to aspire to Zero WasteSakatoonhttp://www.paredownhome.com/where-to-shop/saskatoon/https://twitter.com/Paredownhome
https://www.facebook.com/paredown
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Canada Paredown Cities across CanadaWhere to shop in many cities across the country to aspire to Zero WasteCanadahttp://www.paredownhome.com/where-to-shop/
https://twitter.com/Paredownhome
https://www.facebook.com/paredown
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YTZero Waste YukonZero Waste Yukon was created in 2014 to increase awareness and action in Yukon communities around consumption and disposal of resources. It is a community initiative with over 20 stakeholders working towards Zero Waste goals.. This group also holds events to educate people about Zero waste and how to achieve it. YK(867) 667 – 7269 ext. 27http://zerowasteyukon.ca/https://twitter.com/Zerowasteyukonhttps://www.facebook.com/zerowasteyukon/
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YTZero Waste WhitehorseSeeks to eduacte and promote Zero waste in the city of Whitehorse. The webpage provides lots of information about sustainability issues in the city. Whitehorsehttp://www.whitehorse.ca/departments/environmental-sustainability/waste-diversion/additional-information/zero-wastehttps://twitter.com/city_whitehorsehttps://www.facebook.com/cityofwhitehorse
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NTGov't of Northwest TerritoriesDID YOU KNOW: In NT, since 2011 consumers pay 25¢ for each single-use retail bag they get from a store. This 25¢ then goes into the Environment Fund. The Environment Fund is used to create new waste reduction and recovery programs and initiatives.Northwest Territores1-867-767-9055 ext. 53001http://www.enr.gov.nt.ca/en/services/single-use-retail-bag-program
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BCNezza Naturals Victoria
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