‘Eco-friendly general store’ aiming to fill gap in Regina’s sustainable market


By Taylor Braat Online Producer  Global News

A store which aims to be local, eco-friendly and sustainable, is now walking in its new and bigger shoes.

Mortise & Tenon, Regina’s only self-proclaimed “eco-friendly general store,” has been in business for almost four years and has been in its new space for just over three months.

The store was founded by four friends who saw an absence of sustainable and eco-friendly products in the area.

“We saw a market in the city that was needed, that wasn’t available,” Mortise & Tenon co-owner Dani Hackel.

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