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Where to buy face shields in Canada

Face shields in Canada could soon be the new normal. Face masks are common now but many people may want the next level in safety. Shields were originally reserved for frontline workers but production across Canada has expanded.  

Shields are easy to use and protect your entire face so they may become more common.

Here is where to buy face shields in Canada.

Face shields for everyday use
TRISTAN Style

Buy a pack of two for $20 or 20 face shields for $180 at this Quebec-based retailer. These Unum Sumus shields are adjustable and meet Canadian government regulated performance standards and safety requirements.

Canadian Tire

Canadian Tire sells durable 3M face shields that are reusable and offer full face protection. They have a limit of four per customer. 

Grand and Toy

The office supplier now sells Sterling Face Shields in packs of two. They are waterproof and fit over glasses or goggles.

Bauer Hockey

Not only are some of their face shield products sold in large retail stores, Bauer Hockey also sells and creates their own medical-grade face shields for $9.99 each when buying a pack of 10. These are one-size-fits-all and can be bought in bulk for businesses and organizations.

Walmart

It’s no joke that Walmart practically has almost everything in its stores — this includes face shields. Walmart has a wide selection of face shields to choose — in a variety of sizes and colours.

Staples

Yes, that’s correct. In addition to office supplies, you can now buy face shields at Staples.

Rogue Fitness Canada

This fitness equipment supply company has face shields for personal, household or small business use. Buy a five-pack for $21.

3-D Prototype Design Inc.

This 3-D printing company in Toronto is now producing clip-on face shields that can be adjusted to fit your glasses.

Dream Power Costumes

Make a fashion statement with eight different colours of face shields for personal use.

Face shields for frontline workers and businesses
The Canadian Shield

Founded by the 3D-printing startup, InkSmith, from the Waterloo region in Ontario, The Canadian Shield has two-pack, three-pack, or 20-pack reusable face shields and bulk orders for businesses.

Pubco’s Pub Shields

This print packaging company has shifted gears to produce adjustable protective visors for single-use. The visors adjust to accommodate people who wear glasses and have adjustable head straps.

Esafety Products Canada

This safety wear company has reusable face shields in cases of 25 and two types of protective visors. 

Fuse33

This Calgary-based company was created in response to the federal government’s call for manufacturers to create more PPE. Now, the company sells face shields and other equipment for individual use while also handling bulk orders for businesses. 

Cap Shield

This British Columbia company created cap shield kits that can be easily attached to a baseball hat.

Safety Supplies Canada

This Canadian safety supply company has a variety of face shields.

Grainger Canada

This Canadian company offers clear, flat visors as well as workplace-specific equipment.

LifeSupply Canada

This beauty, health and wellness equipment supplier also sells non-fog face shields and other medical supplies.

Cole-Parmer

Scientific supplier Cole-Parmar has six types of face shields. Their shields are used to protect workers from chemicals splashes and flying debris.

Novolex

Adding to their list of food packaging materials, Novolex has shifted to sell face shields and protective gowns.

Shaver Inc. 

Shaver Inc. produced machine safety gear and industrial products but now has full face covering shields.

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