Reusable Face Masks Made in Canada

I wasn't sure if I should do this post, but it looks like the demand for reusable face masks isn't going away anytime soon. Even after we beat COVID-19, mask-wearing might still become the norm like in some Asian countries. So if we're going to wear non-medical grade masks, they might as well be cute and sustainable.

The following reusable masks are handmade by indie Canadian designers. The masks are machine washable, although I would recommend handwashing the ones with nose bridge wires.

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A Bronze Age


A Bronze Age makes matching scrunchies with their feminine face masks, which feature filter pocket liners and wire for nose bridges. Available in kids size. You can also get the mask solo.

Hayley Elsaesser


Hayley Elsaesser's quilted jersey masks feature her signature colourful prints and designs. 20% of net proceeds will go to Black Lives Matter Toronto.

Rightful Owner


Rightful Owner's floral and gingham cotton face masks are made with vintage and deadstock fabrics.



Encircled offer 3- or 5-packs of black masks made from a blend of GOTS-certified cotton and recycled polyester. Each includes an inside pouch for a filter insert. You can also donate a pack of masks.

Eve Gravel


Eve Gravel's abstract-print cotton face masks have adjustable straps. They donate a percentage of their mask sales to several humanitarian organizations.

Jennifer Glasgow


Jennifer Glasgow's masks are made with high-quality cotton and lined with organic cotton. Includes a pouch to add a filter. Also available in kids' sizes.



Miik offers affordable masks for personal use and to donate. Each mask contains a pocket to insert a disposable filter.

The Good Tee


The Good Tee's fair trade face masks are made from deadstock organic cotton. 20% of proceeds from face mask sales will go towards Music Share, which combats social isolation through music programming in seniors' homes. Their services help stimulate emotional responses in the older adults they work with to combat the negative effects of social isolation.

Let us know if we missed any Canadian designers in the comments below.


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