The response from Le Chateau: “We currently manufacture approximately 40% of our apparel in our Quebec-based facility. The remainder of our production is mainly done in China. As a company, we care about the origin of our goods. Le Château’s Vendor compliance Department works closely with all our vendors to ensure that their facilities, equipment, products and services comply with… Read more →
Here is an interesting video about how these factory jobs are important for women but that we need to be sure working conditions are safe and they are paid a fair wadge. The video is an initiative of the EU parliament.
Get Ready for a detailed response: 1.Can you provide me with a list of countries that your clothes are made in? Our Factory List is updated annually and postedhere on mec.ca. We also provide our factory list to the Fair Labor Association (FLA) in order for them to conduct annual assessments of the facilities producing our product. The FLA posts… Read more →
The response from Victoire Boutique on where their products are made: “The vast majority of the clothing we sell is made in Canada. Like 90%. We deal with two main companies that are not made in Canada: Covet and Darling. Covet is designed in Montreal but they have chosen to produce using eco fabrics and to off- set the higher… Read more →
When I asked Reitmans/Addition-Elle to send me this list of countries where their clothing was made, how often executives visited those countries and what critiera they used for choosing factories they partner with this was their response: “As part of Reitmans (Canada) Limited, Addition Elle adheres to strict ethical standards when it comes to the manufacturing of our garments. We want… Read more →