• Every Stitch… A Story
  • Every Stitch… A Story
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  • Metamorphosis :: TICKETS ON SALE NOW

    August 12, 2016

    Join fashion-lovers, designers, photographers, VIP guests and more on October 26th 2016 for this unique event that harmonizes fashion and sustainability: The Metamorphosis Eco-Fashion Show and Marketplace. Metamorphosis Eco Fashion Show and Marketplace is an event that showcases and supports environmentally-minded emerging fashion designers in the Ottawa area. Our designers will showcase their cutting-edge eco-friendly fashion, […]

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  • Fall Sewing Courses Live :: Registration Now Open

    August 6, 2016

    We have a really exciting list of sewing workshops this fall at EcoEquitable!  We have recruited some amazing new teachers and are launching all kinds of really cool sewing courses.  Please share the poster below with anyone who sews.  >Registration is through our website here

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  • June Fabric Sale

    May 18, 2016

    When: Saturday June 11th, 9am – 1pm Where: EcoEquitable at 404 McArthur Avenue (in Heartwood House) What: A giant fabric EXTRAVAGANZA!  We have tonnes of donated fabric and extra fabrics from our production room that must go to good homes!  We sell this fabric at rock bottom prices – $15 for a grocery sized shopping […]

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Sustainability

It’s an important word. For newcomers to Canada, it means long-term fiscal independence; and for the environment, it means a society living within its means.
Either way, sustainability translates into hope for the future. And at EcoEquitable, that is our sole mission.

For the past ten years, we’ve provided employment and skills training for new immigrant women and underemployed, while diverting harmful waste from our landfills.
And with your help, we will continue for another ten years: recycling fabric and changing lives.

About Us

Founded in 2002, EcoEquitable Inc. is a registered Canadian charity, providing temporary employment and
skills development training through small-scale textile recycling.

Our Partners

  • uOttawa
  • Open Charity
  • Community Foundation of Ottawa
  • ALSO
  • City of Ottawa
  • Government of Canada
  • OCISO
  • YMCA-YWCA
  • Just Change
  • Fondation Franco-Ontarienne