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New CG Lifestyle Collection Perfect For Holidays

New CG Lifestyle Collection Perfect For Holidays

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SAVE 10% off our Covergalls Collection. Shop now until December 14th for shipping to the USA, and December 16th within Canada to be there for Christmas morning* In case you missed the...

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New CSA report highlights the dangers of "scaled down" PPE for women

New CSA report highlights the dangers of "scaled down" PPE for women

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Close up of Covergalls' 2 way zipper navy  Only 6 percent of women surveyed in the new Canadian Women’s Experiences with Personal Protective Equipment in the Workplace report wear personal protective equipment (PPE) designed for them. ...

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Covergalls Crewneck Sweaters Offer the Perfect Cozy This Winter

Covergalls Crewneck Sweaters Offer the Perfect Cozy This Winter

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Cozy sweaters are a staple of the Canadian winter experience. In fact, we bet it’s a clothing item that can be found in every household across the country and is worn with...

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Should I Wear A Mask This Winter? Experts say yes

Should I Wear A Mask This Winter? Experts say yes

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The first COVID-19 case in Canada was reported on January 25, 2020. Now, as we approach the end of 2022, we are seeing how easily transmissible COVID-19 still is and why masks still play an important role. Ontarians are...

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WHO INSPIRES US INTERVIEW | Emily O'Brien

WHO INSPIRES US INTERVIEW | Emily O'Brien

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Photo courtesy of Emily O’Brien. Her current favourite Comeback Snack right now? The Peanut Butter and Chocolate Caramel popcorn!   Covergalls reached out to talk to one of our favourite female-led Canadian companies, who inspires us with...

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International Day of the Girl Child: Our Time is Now

International Day of the Girl Child: Our Time is Now

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Greta Thurnberg speaking at Glastonbury in 2022 (Raph_PH) Greta Thurnberg was only 15 years old when she first sat on the cobblestones outside the Swedish parliament building and held a large handwritten sign that said...

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