Clothing Made in Canada

Find clothing made in Canada. A comprehensive list of all Canadian made clothing! We’re dedicated to supporting Canadian business, and Canadian families.

We’re always adding to our list so feel free to send in a submission.


3C Underwear – Canadian Men’s Underwear

3C Underwear is a Canadian Men’s Underwear brand. After years of testing they came up with a functional underwear design that is cool and free of chaffing.  All of their manufacturing is done in Toronto.  Check them out on their online store.


60°N 95°W – Canadian Clothing

60°N 95°W produces clothing that is made in Canada. Their mission has been to create a line of quality fleece and casual wear that reflects Canada in a manner that’s unique from the rest. All their manufacturing is done in Canada and they’ve even teamed up with Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield to bring another collection to their brand. Available from their online store.


Abaka – Canadian Made Clothing

Abaka is a Canadian owned brand that manufactures clothing in Quebec while maintaining an eco-friendly mentality. They have clothing for men, women, and kids. They have 2 stores near Montreal or can be bought from their online store.


Alberta Apparel- Canadian Made Clothing

A Canadian owned company who cuts and sews all their clothing in Alberta. Products include: shirts, sweaters, toques, hats, as well as accessories and face masks. They even mention that they try to hire local talent as well from: web designers to photographers. Available from their online store.


Amanda Moss – Canadian Made Women’s Fashion

Amanda Moss is a Canadian fashion brand named after its founder. She was born and raised in Newfoundland before moving to Montreal to pursue her dreams of fashion design. Her first clothing collection was launched in 2013. Shop for tops, bottoms, dresses, jackets, coats, and more from her online store.


Arturo Denim Co. – Canadian Made Denim Jeans

Arturo Denim Co produces jeans made in Canada. “Ready to buy your new favourite jeans?” is there slogan. They were founded in 2015 and are manufactured and sewn in Quebec and Edmonton. They are available in their workshop/store in Edmonton or from their online store.


BODYBAG by Jude – Canadian Made Women’s Clothing

BODYBAG by Jude began in 1998 and manufacture everything in Montreal Quebec. The describe their style as a “fine balance of chic and edgy staples, perfectly curated for an everyday stylish life.” They make dresses, tops, bottoms, jumpsuits, jackets, and face masks. Visit their website to find a store or to buy online.


Bonnetier – Canadian Clothing, Men’s

They’re a clothing brand that is made in Canada, specifically Quebec. They produce men’s, women’s, and children’s casual clothing. Their products include: t-shirts, with some sweats, dresses, and socks. Most garments are made from merino wool from New Zealand. Available from retailers around Montreal or from their online store.


Bon Vivant – Canadian Made Men’s Clothing

Bon Vivant makes clothing made in Canada. Manufactured in Montreal, they produce button-down shirts, pants, and shorts. Available online.


Buttercream Clothing – Canadian Clothing

Founded in Kelowna, BC they produce a variety of clothing for women and men. Everything is manufactured in Canada from one of their two facilities in either Kelowna or Calgary. Available from their online store.


Canada Goose – Canadian Made Jackets and Clothing

Founded in 1957 and headquartered in Toronto they create high-end outer wear that is stylish and extremely warm. Even though they are a publicly traded company, they have kept their products Canadian and manufacture them in Toronto and Winnipeg.


Comeback Season – Canadian Made Clothing

Comeback Season produces clothing made in Canada. This is a bit of a weird one where I’ve been unable to find many details, their website lacks any mention of being made in Canada despite being widely publicized as such by the likes of Global News (I have noticed that some recommendations from this Global article are actually produced in China) and more. If anyone has any more information on this one please get in touch with us. Their product line includes: t-shirts, hoodies, windbreakers, crewnecks, and tuques. Visit their website to purchase yours.


East Coast Lifestyle – Canadian Made Clothing

The East Coast Lifestyle brand originated in Halifax Nova Scotia by a then student, Alex MacLean. Everything began with a limited run of hoodies he designed off an $800 loan from his parents. From that point on his just continued to re-invest and scale the business to what it is today. Various celebrity influences helped push the brand to what it is today including: hockey superstar Sidney Crosby to Wu-Tang Clan’s Ghostface Killah and singing sensation Ed Sheeran, EastCoast Lifestyle solidified its place as the staple brand of the East Coast. The majority of their clothing is made in Canada, if someone has more details on this we’re very much interested in hearing from you. Their product line includes: t-shirts, hoodies, crew necks, jackets, pants, shorts, activewear, and more. You can find their products at Pseudio, Below The Belt, their own store in Halifax Nova Scotia, or online.


Ecologyst – Canadian Made Clothing

Ecologyst actually began as “Sitka” but went through a process to change their brand to focus on their core values of clothing made in Canada, and environmentally friendly. They are based out of Victoria, British Columbia. 1% of sales go to preservation projects devoted to air, water, land, and the creatures in them. They have a variety of men’s and women’s styles including: t-shirts, sweaters, shorts, pants, jackets, accessories, and more. Visit their website to buy from their online store.


Egli’s Sheep Farm – Canadian Made Clothing

Founded in 1952 and headquartered in Minnitaki Ontario they are one of Canada’s largest wool and sheepskin specialty stores. Everything is designed and made on their farm using the sheep they raise.


Eliza Faulkner Designs Inc. – Canadian Made Women’s Fashion

Eliza Faulkner Designs Inc. is a Canadian women’s fashion brand which has been around since 2012. Eliza has been nominated and received many honours and awards in fashion: featured Toronto Fashion Week, CAFA in the emerging designer category nomination, featured in magazines InStyle Magazine, Flare, ElleCanada, and on Vogue.com, and has been worn by Kelly Clarkson, Carolina Issa, and Marisa Tomei

“With a focus on clean lines and classic silhouettes, Eliza Faulkner is known for her ultra-feminine dresses and bold use of colour and texture.”

Products include: dresses, tops, skirts, and more. Visit her website to buy yours.


Ellie Mae – Canadian Made Women’s Fashion

Ellie Mae is a women’s fashion brand which produces their line in Canada. “As part of this process, we embrace high quality fabrics, local production and nostalgia to make one-of-a-few pieces that spark joy.” They offer outerwear, jackets, tops, bottoms, dresses, sweaters, and accessories. Since the coronavirus pandemic they’ve also started to produce face masks. Visit their website to shop online.


Encircled – Canadian Made Women’s Clothing

Encircled was founded in 2012 by Kristi Soomer. Encircled makes their clothing 100% in Canada, specifically in Toronto Ontario. Their products include tops, dresses, skirts, blouses, pants, leggings, jackets, blazers, and more. Since the coronavirus pandemic they’ve also begun producing face masks. Visit their website to make a purchase from their online store.


FIG – Canadian Made Women’s Clothing

FIG is a women’s Canadian clothing brand that “Offer the ultimate solution for active and modern women travellers seeking elegant, comfortable and ethical clothing.” Their products include: jumpsuits, jackets, tops, cardigans, skirts, dresses, pants, shorts, tunics, and more. FIG is based out of Montreal Quebec, with the majority of their clothing Canadian made in factories in Quebec and Ontario. Since the pandemic they’ve also been producing face masks. Visit their website to make a purchase.


FRANC – Canadian Made Women’s Clothing

FRANC is a Canadian clothing brand that was founded by Brandy Mercredi. All of their products are made in Canada. FRANC produces t-shirts, bottoms, dresses, top, and sweatshirts. Visit their website to buy from their online store.


Frank Lyman – Canadian Made Women’s Clothing

Frank Lyman is a women’s fashion company. They produce handbags, tops, bottoms, jackets, pants, and jeans all made in Canada, specifically in Montreal. 98% of their products are made in Canada. Frank Lyman started his journey int he fashion business at 18 years of age. Use their location locator on their website to find a local store that carries their products.


Free Label – Canadian Made Women’s Clothing

All their garments are made in Canada. They have factories in Toronto Ontario and Vancouver British Columbia. Many of their fabrics are custom-made within Canadian borders. They prefer natural fiber fabrics, such as lyocell, organic cotton, linen and bamboo. Their products include: bras, tops, bottoms, and swimwear. Visit their website to buy yours from their online store.


Granted Clothing – Canadian Made Clothing

Headquartered in Vancouver and Canadian owned, they produce hand knit clothing including: sweaters, toques, mittens, vests, and scarves. Original items hand knit and sewn in Vancouver all day, available online.


Hemp and Co – Canadian Made Clothing

Founded in 1999 and headquartered in Vancouver they produce clothing, accessories and body care made from natural ingredients only. Manufactured entirely in Canada; shop in Victoria and Vancouver BC.


Hendriklou – Canadian Made Clothing

Hendriklou is a Canadian company, headquartered in Vancouver they produce quality hand knit sweaters and accessories utilizing natural and sustainable fibres including fair-trade alpaca, organic cotton linen, flax and silk.


Horses Atelier – Canadian Made Women’s Clothing

Horse Atelier is a Canadian women’s fashion brand. The company was founded in 2012 with everything being made in Canada (Toronto specifically). They’re most well known for their jumpsuits but also sell jackets, dresses, tops, bottoms, and more. Since the coronavirus pandemic they’ve also started producing face masks. Visit their website to check them out and to buy.


Jack Victor – Canadian Made Men’s Suits and Formal Wear

Jack Victor produces men’s suits and formal wear all made in Canada. They’ve been a leading North American manufacturer since 1913. Everything is designed and made in Montreal Quebec. Visit their website to find a store nearest to you.


Jennifer Glasgow – Canadian Made Clothing

Headquartered in Montreal they produce clothing and accessories. Her locally-made collections help limit a carbon footprint and sources organic fabrics from abroad with this same sensibility.


Jerico – Canadian Made Clothing

Jerico started out in 1987 as a family owned business created by two brothers and two sisters. They’ve managed to keep manufacturing of their products within Canada for all these years, which they admit, was not easy. Their products include: t-shirts, hoodies, tank tops, golf shirts, polos, and sweat pants. Since the COVID-19 pandemic they’ve also begun making face masks as well. Visit their website to check them out.


La Canadienne Shoes – Canadian Made Clothing Accessories

La Canadienne is a Canadian footwear brand that has over 70 years of experience crafting footwear. Their factory is based out of Montreal Quebec. Every item is crafted and inspected by hand before being boxed and shipped. Plenty of different boot and shoe styles, but in addition they also sell: sandals, leather jackets, bags, scarves, hats, gloves, and more. Visit their website to buy yours.


Laura – Canadian Made Women’s Clothing

Laura is a Canadian women’s clothing brand has been around since 2012 and has been a family-owned Canadian business for over 80 years. When visiting their website they have a maple leaf indicating products which are made in Canada, as well as in their product descriptions as well. Their products include: dresses, jumpsuits, tops, bottoms, jeans, jackets, blazers, and more. Visit their website to buy online or to find a retail location.


Le Chateau – Canadian Made Clothing

Le Chateau is a Canadian clothing brand which began in Montreal in 1959. Since then they’ve grown to 133 locations across Canada, employing over 1600 people. 30% of their garments are made in their Canadian production facility. On their website you can filter the “made in Canada collection”, items made in Canada also have a red Canadian leaf. It seems as though it is only their women’s clothing which is actually made in Canada, of which they have plenty to choose from: tops, bottoms, dresses, skirts, jackets, accessories, and more. Since the pandemic they’ve also been producing face masks. Visit their website, just remember to filter made in Canada before purchasing.


Local Laundry – Canadian Made Clothing

Their Local Collection was created to manifest the importance of “keeping things local,” from design to sourcing to manufacturing, they support the Canadian economy.  They’re a great company that actually brought their manufacturing into Canada from overseas.  Check them out online.


LOWELL – Canadian Made Clothing, Purses, Handbags, Accessories

LOWELL is based out of Montreal Quebec.  They have an extensive clothing line, just make sure you select the “made in Canada” option from the menu-bar.  Every “bag is thought of, designed, conceived and made in our workshops of MONTREAL CANADA”.  You can buy their made in Canada purses and handbags at retailers across the country or from their online store.


Melanie Lyne – Canadian Made Women’s Clothing

Melanie Lyne is a Canadian women’s clothing brand has been around since 2014 but is part of Laura Canada, a family-owned Canadian business for over 80 years. When visiting their website they have a maple leaf indicating products which are made in Canada, as well as in their product descriptions as well. Their products include: dresses, jumpsuits, tops, bottoms, jeans, jackets, blazers, and more. Visit their website to buy online or to find a retail location.


Message Factory – Canadian Made Clothing

Headquartered in Montreal they locally produce garments out of ecological or recycled fabrics. They pride themselves on producing locally, creating local jobs, and ensure that garment workers have safe working conditions, fair wages, and women are treated equally. Design, manufacturing, and shipping are all done within Canada.


Miik – Canadian Made Women’s Clothing

Miik produces women’s clothing that is made in Canada. They focus on three key ethos: look good, feel good, do good. From design to manufacturing, it is all done in Canada. Their product line includes: tunics, jumpsuits, tops, dresses, skirts, dresses, blazers, cardigans, bottoms, work wear, and since the COVID-19 pandemic they are also producing face masks. Visit their website to check them out.


Movement Global – Women’s Canadian Made Yoga Inspired Clothing

Made in Canada clothing inspired by Yoga. Their clothing is a cross between active-wear and everyday. Their clothing is either modular, reversible or both allowing you to continually change up your style. Products include: tops, bottoms, dresses, skirts, hoodies, jackets, wraps, eco bras, as well as a few items for men as well. Available from their online store.


Muskoka Bear Wear – Canadian Made Clothing

Making T-Shirts, sweats, socks, and jackets in the Muskoka Region, ON. They have products for women, men, and kids. They are also regularly donate to SickKids. Visit their online store to buy yours or check them out.


Muttonhead – Canadian Made Clothing

Muttonhead was founded in 2009 in Toronto Ontario. “Our main focus is slow design – a counter movement to fast fashion. Incorporating slow design while using high quality, durable fabrics allows for our products to outlast trends.” On their website they have the “anatomy of a Muttonhead sweater” where it shows the labels being woven in Markham Ontario, being cut and sewn in Scarborough Ontario, and the fabric knit in Mississauga Ontario. The sell a variety of apparel, outerwear, and accessories: t-shirts, sweaters, sweat pants, jackets, boots, hats, face masks, bags, belts, and socks. Visit their website to check them out.


Naked and Famous Denim – Canadian Made Clothing

Their name pokes fun at our Hollywood obsessed culture. They pride themselves on not using celebrity endorsed advertising. All their products are manufactured in Canada, although they recently added a made in Japan section too. They are also producers of the “World’s Heaviest Jeans – Guaranteed uncomfortable. Courtesy of Naked & Famous Denim. You’re welcome!” Available from their online store.