It used to be that, as consumers, we didn’t think twice about the long-term effects of our shopping habits on the communities we live in. We became addicted to low-cost products made abroad and got hooked on accumulating quantity over quality. Products that used to be built to last are now built to be disposed of, making them seem “cheaper” at first glance.
Businesses create jobs for Canadians, and when businesses thrive in our country, more tax resource is able to fund schools, hospitals and other infrastructure projects.
In these challenging times, buying local is more important than ever.
Consider buying Canadian!