The Best Green Retailers in Toronto
The best green retailers in Toronto stock their shelves with eco-friendly products and are located throughout the city for your convenience (you should probably walk or bike to these spots). You can shop confidently at these stores for up-cycled clothing, organic snacks (and even mattresses) as well as an array of beauty and household items that aren't quite so harmful to the earth.
Here are the best green retailers in Toronto.
Mountain Equipment Co-op, or MEC, is Toronto's go-to spot for well-made sporting goods, camping gear, rain jackets and backpacks. You'll want to get outside and explore after wandering through this store for a little while. More »
The Toronto Tool Library's two locations let you borrow all the tools, gadgets and gizmos you need to complete DIY and home improvement projects. Instead of shelling out cash for a tool you might only use once, borrow from from this library of things instead. More »
This store on St. Clair West has everything you need to live a green life. From organic mattresses to cookware, kitchenwear and snacks, this eco emporium will inspire you to make changes in order to be friendlier to our planet. More »
Not only does this store on Bloor Street West sell honey and bee-related products, but it also supports urban beekeeping initiatives around the city. Head here if you're looking for items made with beeswax, royal jelly, pollen or just sweet, sweet honey. More »
Freedom Clothing Collective stocks its shelves with clothing, art, accessories and decor made by local artisans and designers. Many of the products are made with recycled goods, so you know you're buying something that's both unique and good for mother earth. More »
You've probably noticed Saje's awesome-smelling storefront on Queen Street West. That's because it specializes in all-natural wellness and body products made essential oils that you can diffuse around your house. It also sells body scrubs, soaps, deodorant and lots of other good-for-you items. More »
Susan Harris sells her up-cycled clothing at her flagship boutique in the Distillery District. Her welcoming shop also features eco-friendly goods from other designers, so if you're wandering around this pedestrian-only area, stop in to shop green. More »
This West Queen West shop might look like a clothing store, put there's lots more on offer here. From jewellery to kitchenware, this store stocks green brands from across Canada so you can deck out your home with products that not only look good, but feel good too. More »