Giving a voice to the workers: Interview with Noëlline

Giving a voice to the workers: Interview with Noëlline

I am responsible for the boutique adjoining our sewing shop, the online boutique, and inventory management. In Respecterre’s early days, we decided to open our own shop in the rural areas! This allows us to receive guests on the wonderful ecovillage site while working in the shop. Increasingly, people also like to buy online, so I work on the online boutique at the same time.

Giving a voice to the workers: Interview with Hideliza

Giving a voice to the workers: Interview with Hideliza

Apprentice seamstress Hideliza has great inner strength and a beautiful authenticity. Born and raised in Cuba, she moved to Quebec, surprisingly in a small rural village! She quickly got accustomed to the French language and Quebec customs and is now fully Canadian, but each day, she has many stories to share from her homeland. I invite you to discover here a curious, funny, and very optimistic person!

Giving a voice to the workers: Interview with Karen

Giving a voice to the workers: Interview with Karen

Currently I have two main roles: management of production and management of garment manufacturing contracts for other companies. We have our own clothing line (Respecterre) that we create, cut, sew and distribute. We also make corporate t-shirt or golf shirts for some companies (Musée des Beaux-Arts, Radio-Canada, Many other, etc.) Finally, our third category of production is what we do for other fashion companies that have similar values…