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On September 14th, Toronto based apparel manufacturer Redwood Classics Apparel will open its doors for NewCo Toronto.

Now in its second year in Toronto, NewCo events are known worldwide for their radical departure from the standard conference format. Part summit, part festival, attendees craft their own unique experience. Each attendee creates their schedule, visiting companies of their choice throughout the city. From there they are given an exclusive backstage pass, learning firsthand about the companies from their leaders and CEOs from right inside their offices.

Redwood Classics will be teaming up with longtime collaborator Preloved to share their story of carving out a niche for sustainable, ethically produced clothing in Toronto, and how they plan on continuing to bring eco-fashion to Canada in a big way. In addition to being a host company at this year’s conference, Redwood Classics also had the pleasure of outfitting NewCo volunteers in custom made-in-Canada tees.

To purcase your tickets for NewCo Toronto, visit https://tor.newco.co/ today.

 

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On Sunday October 22nd the Corsage Project will be walking, running and dancing their way across the finish line at the Scotiabank Toronto Waterfront Marathon. Once again participants will be talking part in the 5 km, half marathon and full marathon to raise money for the annual Boutique Ball and the Children’s Aid Foundation of Canada as part of the marathon’s Charity Challenge.

This year Team Corsage has a goal of raising $10,000. That money will go directly toward helping provide prom attire — free of charge — to Toronto-area young women and LGBT youth facing economic barriers.

Are you looking to lace up for a good cause? Join Team Corsage today! Email teamcorsage2016@gmail.com with your commitment and you’ll receive a free registration pin code, or click here to donate today!

 

 

 

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Redwood Classics Apparel President Kathy Cheng recently appeared on Scully: The World Show, a Canadian talk show hosted by Robert Scully.

Robert Scully has been interviewing some of the world’s most prominent and famous personalities since 1983. On this episode, Kathy discusses what it’s like to be a female entrepreneur, how the recession affected her business, and why made-in-Canada matters so much to her and her family.

Watch the full episode below:

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