ASTM F3502 Level 2 Compliant
The People’s Mask are level 2 ASTM 3502 rated reusable Face Masks that conform to the National Standard.
ASTM F2299 or technical equivalent, with modified micron size.
For The People, By The People
We are Canadians dedicated to making non-medical reusable cloth face masks available for people and businesses across Canada and the USA, while freeing up medical grade masks for our health care heroes.
Buy a Mask, Give a Mask
Our latest collaboration is with The Breast Cancer Society of Canada for their Dress For The Cause campaign. $6 from each purchase of The Pink Ribbon Face Mask Set will fund Breast Cancer Research to support the Breast Cancer Society of Canada's campaign.
MASKS FOR CANADA
For every mask purchased, you also helped get a mask to a Canadian in need. We invite you to join us on our journey. If you know an organization in need of masks please suggest a donation.
Face Masks Are Crucial Now in the Battle Against COVID-19
Reusable Face Masks Certification Now Tested in Canada & USA. ASTM International Approves New Standard for Reusable Face Masks. The Peoples Mask is Canada’s first reusable face mask certified to ASTM F3502 Standard. March 21, 2021
Government of Saskatchewan
“Effective Thursday November 19th, wearing a non-medical mask will be required in all indoor public spaces in Saskatchewan.”
Dr. Theresa Tam, Canada's Chief Public Health Officer (CPHO)
"We are now recommending a 3-layer non-medical mask, which includes a middle, filter layer." Canada's top doctor announced on Nov 3rd, 2020.
Government of Alberta
Masks are mandatory for Grade 4 to 12 students and all school staff, as part of the school re-entry plan
City of Edmonton
Mandatory Masks Edmonton
Face coverings to be required inside all City buildings, amenities, attractions and on Edmonton Transit as of August 1, 2020
Coun. Jeff Davison
Calgary to make masks mandatory in indoor public spaces as of Aug. 1
"Public health shouldn't be a partisan political issue."
Starting Monday, April 20, the Government of Canada Minister of Transport has announced that all travellers must have a mandatory face mask or face covering large enough to cover their mouth and nose during their travel through Canadian airports and in-flight.
Public Health Agency Of Canada
Wearing a non-medical mask or face covering over the mouth and nose is another way to prevent your respiratory droplets from contaminating others or landing on surfaces.