Made in Canada Surgical Masks

We manufacture and sell ASTM Level 3 Surgical Masks. 

We manufacture and test our masks in Canada.

Our store is live – we’d be proud to provide you with Canadian-made, top quality surgical masks. Use code “WEB10” for a 10% discount on anything you buy.

 

 

“While I was away on business you stopped by with some free samples of masks that I’ve been using myself. Your masks are great quality and most of all they’re made local.”

– Stephan S, Safety & Security Coordinator

“My children have been using these masks since the beginning of school. They really like them and have no issues with them while at school.”

  – Jessica L.

“I really love these masks the breathability was through the roof. I’ll definitley be buying more. Also made local!”

  – Yves B.

“We’re happy to tell you that here at Gatineau Honda we love your masks. The mechanics in the shop can breathe better and the ear loop doesn’t hurt the back of your ears after wearing them all day. They are just awesome and they’re well made. We will for sure purchase from you from now on.”

  – Martin L. (Honda Dealership)

“Happy to have a Canadian product, manufactured in our back yard! Excellent product, with great ear tabs that won’t snap off. Thank you!!”

Reach out to us for commercial sales or for more information. 

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Surgical Mask Carbon Footprint – Bottom Line: We Need Them

Surgical Mask Carbon Footprint – Bottom Line: We Need Them

We are making sure that our surgical mask carbon footprint is handled – this isn’t easy, but we’ve made tremendous progress.

We’re making and selling surgical masks that, though they can technically be recycled, are not. Further, they should not be recycled, due to the potential hazard that they present – (i.e. they are a potential biohazard once used). This means our masks are disposed of in landfills.