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Over 50 First Nations supplied with PPE by Indigenous-owned company

‘Rewarding’: Businesses that pivoted to make masks, gowns reflect after first wave of COVID-19 “Especially to be able to be Indigenous and helping other Indigenous communities in the fight against COVID, it feels really good to help the general public as well,” says customer service representative Kenzie Wilson.Bernier says the company began selling the basics like gloves and N95 masks in May.They shifted towards more innovative equipment as the pandemic progressed.“We learned a lot over the last eight months both in technology and in science, methods we can fight the disease with.

That innovation is really what our company became about.” Coronavirus: Teen donates proceeds of PPE sales to Montreal Children’s Hospital Exchange PPE has.

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