Proudly Canadian

The Brick was founded in Canada, and we're proud to call ourselves Canadian.

Being Canadian is part of our identity and it plays a part in everything we do. We hire a lot of amazing Canadians across the country. We sell Canadian-made products so you can feel proud to buy from The Brick. We partner with Canadian charities to help people in our very own backyard. And when our fellow Canadians are in need of support, we stand by their side and are honoured to do our part. Here at The Brick, there's nothing we're more proud of than our roots.

Canadian-Made Furniture

As a Canadian retailer, The Brick is proud to support products made by companies right here in Canada. When you purchase Canadian-made furniture, you're doing your part to help Canadian workers, local economies and the environment.

Why buy furniture made in Canada?

  • Employs local people
  • Supports local businesses
  • Invests money into our economy
  • Solid, well-made products
  • Canadian furniture makers know Canadian homes
  • Saves fuel and reduces emissions
Canadian-Made Furniture
Canadian Charity Partners

The Brick's most valuable assets are our team members. So when our staff -- whether they’re working in our corporate office, distribution centres or stores -- want to help their communities, we support them.

That's why we give financial, volunteer and in-kind support to an array of worthwhile charities, events and fundraisers across Canada. Since 1971, The Brick has been dedicated to helping improve the lives of Canadians Brick by Brick.

Children's Miracle Network

Children's Miracle Network

Children's Miracle Network is dedicated to saving and improving the lives of as many children as possible. Not only does CMN help relieve the financial burden Canadian families face, but CMN gives kids and their families a home away from home during a distressing time. These kids aren't in faraway countries or from opposites sides of the country -- they're in your community. They may even be your own children.

Wounded Warriors

Wounded Warriors

As a proudly Canadian company, The Brick stands behind the important work Wounded Warriors Canada does to support Canadian Armed Forces veterans and their families.

This non-profit organization is the nation's leading, wholly independent veterans charity focusing on mental health and transition services. Its mandate, "Honour the Fallen, Help the Living," is achieved through direct programming for veterans, and endless care and compassion.

The Brick is honoured to support Wounded Warriors Canada through fundraising and awareness campaigns. In 2017, you helped us donate over $200,000 to support veterans across Canada.

Arbres Canada

Tree Canada

Tree Canada is dedicated to planting and nurturing trees in Canadian communities of all sizes from coast to coast. For 25 years, they've engaged communities, governments, corporations and individuals in the pursuit of a greener and healthier environment for Canadians. The Brick has been a proud sponsor, donating $30,000 to improve quality of life for Canadians everywhere.

Fort McMurray

As a proudly Canadian company, we were all shocked and saddened by the devastating wildfires in Fort McMurray and across the Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo in May and June 2016. Our hearts go out to those who were affected, and we have come together as a family to lend our support.

We are extremely proud of our team members for all of the dedication they put into helping families displaced by the fires. From donating money, to volunteering their time, to taking in people who just needed a place to stay, our team members have gone above and beyond the call of duty.

As a company, The Brick is dedicated to helping support and rebuild Fort McMurray, Brick by Brick. With your help, we donated $168,094 to the Canadian Red Cross to help with relief efforts for Fort McMurray residents. As the rebuilding continues, The Brick will continue to help Fort Mcmurray residents in any way we can.

Operation ReLeaf

Tree Canada’s “Operation ReLeaf - Fort McMurray” program began by planting trees in publically-owned natural, forested areas to facilitate regrowth. The reforestation project continues with a focus on residential and street trees, including a project aiming to restore the tree canopy in Beacon Hill, one of the neighbourhoods hit hardest by the blaze.

Fridge Replacement Program

For those whose homes were spared by the fire, we knew there were immediate needs to deal with once they were ready to move back in. Through our Fridge Relacement Program, we filled trucks and trailers with thousands of refrigerators and shipped them to Fort McMurray. As residents returned and needed to replace their fridge, we had plenty of new models in stock for them to take home the same day. We even worked directly with insurance companies to make the claims process as simple as possible.

Holiday Pop-Up

When the holidays came around in 2016, we knew this would be an extra difficult time for people in Fort McMurray. Families had lost homes and all their worldly possessions. As a small gesture of kindness, we hosted a holiday pop-up where Fort McMurray residents could enjoy some hot chocolate an pick up a free Christmas tree or wreath.