FASHION Magazine — Green

Look Out For This Wellness-Themed Pop-up Shop Coming to Victoria

It brings together an "amazing community of independent and creative businesses."

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16 Ways To Minimize Your Carbon Footprint This Christmas

Christmas—despite its biblical origins and self-professed giving spirit—is an orgy of consumption. The holidays see more food, more drinks, more shopping, more gifts, more travel and more human-gatherings than any other time of the year. It also sees more garbage, waste and senseless squandering of the earth’s depleting resources. Tis the season, am I right? This […]

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16 Ways To Minimize Your Carbon Footprint This Christmas

Christmas—despite its biblical origins and self-professed giving spirit—is an orgy of consumption. The holidays see more food, more drinks, more shopping, more gifts, more travel and more human-gatherings than any other time of the year. It also sees more garbage, waste and senseless squandering of the earth’s depleting resources. Tis the season, am I right? This […]

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Your Eos Empties Can Now Get Repurposed Into a Park Bench Or Picnic Table

Earlier this year, CBC News revealed that here in Toronto, 26% of our recycling is contaminated (compared to say, 4.6% in Vancouver). A contaminated product–a jar that hasn’t been completely rinsed, for example–can deem an entire bag of recycling unusable, meaning despite good intentions, landfills are often the final destination. Sigh. This is even more problematic when […]

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Your Eos Empties Can Now Get Repurposed Into a Park Bench Or Picnic Table

Earlier this year, CBC News revealed that here in Toronto, 26% of our recycling is contaminated (compared to say, 4.6% in Vancouver). A contaminated product–a jar that hasn’t been completely rinsed, for example–can deem an entire bag of recycling unusable, meaning despite good intentions, landfills are often the final destination. Sigh. This is even more problematic when […]

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