Tens of thousands of Canadians from coast-to-coast have been using our stickers, clothing and merchandise to show their support for families that work in Canada’s natural resource sector.
We’d like to invite you to order some of our merchandise to show your support for the people and communities who rely on our resource industries.
Last month we launched a buy one, get one half off sale. Due to popular demand, we are extending that sale for September! Please just use the promo code: SUMMER
If you buy any item in our store, you can get a second item of equal or lesser value for 50% off.
In September we are also looking forward to speaking and participating in these upcoming events.
- Redefining Electrical Metals Conference 2021 - Sept 21-22
- Global Energy Show 2021 - Sept 21-23
- Oil Sands Conference & Trade Show - Sept 15-16
We encourage you to check out the conferences by clicking the links above!
Thank you for supporting locally produced resources, responsibly made by our friends and family in communities across Canada!
How You Can Help
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