• Fair Trade Challenge

    The Fair Trade Challenge is going to be a blast! Beginning on Valentine’s Day (February 14) and concluding on March 15, the Fair Trade Challenge still promotes consumer choice and inspires ethical purchasing. The core challenge will remain the same: consume Fair Trade tea, coffee, and chocolate for 30 days. Read More »

  • Carrotmob

    Carrotmobs encourage a business that is already making good and ethical choices by giving it more business—a group shopping spree. That business, in return, will sign a pledge making a commitment to further ethical improvements to their store. Read More »

  • Fair Trade Fortnight

    Fairtrade Fortnight is an annual promotional campaign over two weeks to increase awareness of Fair Trade products. It encourages and celebrates everyone who support the goals of Fair Trade but who may also be committed to the more general concepts of fair trade, ethical trading or concerned by development issues. Read More »

  • Fair Trade Towns & Campuses

    There are national campaigns underway to certify select colleges and universities, and towns and cities, as “Fair Trade”. Canada currently has 20 official Fair Trade Towns and 5 Fair Trade Campuses and Colleges. Read More »

  • Fair Trade Winnipeg Campaign

    Based on Fair Trade Canada criteria, currently 21 towns and cities are recognized as Fair Trade, including Toronto, Vancouver and Edmonton. Our goal is to make Winnipeg next. Read More »

This program was made possible with financial support of the Government of Manitoba,
and was undertaken with the financial support of the Government of Canada provided through Global Affairs Canada (GAC)

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