Thanks to Canadian Living and Julia McEwen for including us in their July issue. The feature listed 20 Canadian brands doing their thing. Proud to be on the list.
Dating back to 1831, before Canada cemented its status as a country, it was often referred to as the province of Canada. When we hear the name now, we think of the tees and sweatshirts from (the brand) Province of Canada that focuses on Canadian-designed, made and manufactured products. It’s a characteristic the brand quite literally wears on its sleeve with the phrase appearing on almost every garment. Only the proudly Canadian need apply.
Thanks to Jessica Mulroney for introducing our French Terry Skinny Sweatpants to Tracy Moore and the Cityline audience. For the full segment visit Cityline.ca. We're currently restocking our sweatpants, go take a peak and pre-order.
"Province of Canada [sweatpants], my favourite. Great fit, so cozy". – Jessica Mulroney
Small mention sure, but we'll take it. Thanks to GQ and Liza for including us in their Black Friday round up. If you didn't know already, the sale is on now and ends Nov. 28th. 20% Off all orders over $100 + Free Shipping. Use code: POC20
Our co-founder, Jeremy Watt sat down with Sabrina Smelko of HandsandHustle.com. The Q&A gives some insight into our back story and daily life at Province of Canada HQ. Read the full interview at HandsandHustle.com.
Since last year, I’ve been following the made-in-Canada lifestyle brand Province of Canada. I may be biased as a Canuck, but there’s something quintessentially comforting and familiar about their product line, but yet it still maintains a high-quality, culturally relevant vibe and aesthetic. And for just about as long as I’ve followed them, I’ve been email-chatting back and forth with Jeremy Watt, the Co-Founder, about their start and what POC is all about, including some banter about Instagram, manufacturing, and Drake.
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