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Thank You for Supporting TBAY❤️AUS

Group photo of everyone at the fundraiser wearing TBAY <3 AUS shirts

Thank you to everyone that came out for our fundraiser in celebration of Australia Day. Your support helped us to surpass our fundraising goal and raise over $11,000!

Australia’s bush fires have created one of the worst natural disasters in Australian history. More than 15 million acres have burned, 1 BILLION animals have died, over 2,000 homes have been destroyed, at least 25 deaths have occurred, and thousands of people have been displaced. It will take years to recover from this disaster caused by the climate change crisis.

$15 from each t-shirt will be donated to the following Australian charities: 

WIRES Wildlife Rescue

Red Cross Australia 

Items for the fundraiser are still available, and we have even introduced a new CAD❤️AUS shirt, so if you haven't grabbed yours yet, you had better hurry!


CAD <3 AUS shirt

A big thank you has to go out to the amazing local vendors who donated towards the fundraiser and helped make it such an incredible event.

All money raised is going directly to the firefighting efforts and wildlife in Australia (Red Cross Australian Red Cross and Wires WIRES)

Aussie Aussie Aussie, Oi Oi Oi!



- Aussie themed candles by Waxxed candle co

- Gold Sparrow Studio

- Knits by Nat

- North Star Silver (instagram- @northstarsilver)

- Art by Elke (instagram- @culliselke)



- Speciality brewed Australian beer by Sleeping Giant Brewing Co.

- Aussie Pizza by Eat Local Pizza

- Aussie Anzac biscuits by The Sweet North Bakery



- Ungalli Clothing Co.

- Waxxed candle co

- Superior Screen Printing

- Lost Art

- Sleeping Giant Brewing Co.

- Lowerys

- Lakehead Printing (instagram- @lakeheadprinting)

- Red Lion Smokehouse


- InstaBooth TBay

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Hear the Ungalli startup story in Toronto + Thunder Bay this week!



Hear the Ungalli story this Thursday in Thunder Bay or this Friday in Toronto!

 Our founder's Hailey + Bree will be talking about the struggles of start up life, what keeps them motivated, and what they've learnt so far about building a brand.

 They'll be discussing what it took to build a company from an idea, to a brand that's now collaborated with partners like the Canadian Space Agency, Experience's Canada, Absolut Vodka, and many other amazing small business's along the way!

Hope to see you there!



Shift Talks presented by TbayTel

Where: 5 Forks South - 1072 Oliver Rd, Thunder Bay

When: Thursday October 24th

Time: 12pm - 1pm

Focus: Different paths to business 


Waste Reduction Week at Brookfield Place Toronto 

Where: Brookfield Place - 181 Bay Street Toronto

 When:Friday October 25th 

 Time: 10am - 2pm

 Focus: Waste reduction in the clothing industry and running a startup company. 

 We will have product for sale at this event too! 


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Camp? Cottage? Cabin? The Canadian summer home debate.

Where do you summer? Camp, the cabin, the cottage, the lake, the chalet, the shack or – my, aren't we fancy – the summer house?

The whole phenomenon of heading to our summer getaway on the weekend is a central part of the Canadian experience. It doesn't matter how much we argue about they're called, our summer getaway spots bring together families, friends, and Canadians. 

The Word of Choice for Summer Home across Canada 

Camp - (We're based in Northern Ontario, so this of course tops our list)! 

  • 78% Northwestern Ontario 
  • 28% New Brunswick 
  • less than 10% in the rest of the country 


  • dominant in Prince Edward Island (67%) ), Nova Scotia (78%), and Eastern and Southern Ontario, peaking at 89% in Toronto (where a few also refer to "the lake," which is more widely embraced in Manitoba, along with cottage and cabin).
  • Pretty well every region admits cottage as an option, but that doesn't mean they have to like it.


  • 85% in Newfoundland
  • 72 % in Vancouver-Victoria area
  • 0% in Ontario 
  •  66% in Alberta
  • 58% in Saskatchewan


  • barely registers outside Quebec, but 21% of English-speaking Montrealers use the term

We're interested to know, any takers on the shack???

Click here to shop Camp/Cottage/Cabin Tank.


Here's to summer! Hope you get to enjoy it out at the camp, cottage, lake, cabin, chalet, or shack!




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Ungalli Clothing Co. + Local Collective

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When we started Ungalli in 2014, it was simply a pipe dream. We wanted to save the world by making clothing from recycled water bottles. We got some weird looks about our idea to say the least. 

Fast forward 5 years later: our pipe dream is our full time job, we've won awards for Ungalli's sustainable initiatives, we ship worldwide, and have recycled almost 500 000 water bottles into clothing!

The only reason our pipe dream came to life was because of the support we received from our community in Thunder Bay. For every nonbeliever we met along the way, there were 5 of you ready and waiting to support us. You know who you are, and we thank you for ALWAYS having our backs. It means the world. 

With great excitement we are proud to introduce the logo for our new Thunder Bay Retail Store, opening March 1st, 2019.

Inspired by the support we've received while starting Ungalli, our store has been designed with space for other local entrepreneurs + creatives to sell their products. A one stop shop for the best of Thunder Bay.



A growing list of the brands you'll find inside our Local Collective:

1. Ungalli Clothing Co. 

2. Wild Badger

3. Gold Sparrow 

4. Tuija Hansen Fibre Design

5. Northies Brand  

6. Chicks N' Hens Designs 

7. Bloom Forward `

We are still accepting vendor applications. Please get in touch if you are interested in part of our Local Collective.



We hope you'll join us, along with our fellow entrepreneurs at our grand opening on March 1, 2019.

Here's to chasing your pipe dream!

Thank you for growing with us Thunder Bay,


"Collaboration has no hierarchy. The Sun collaborates with soil to bring flowers on the earth." - Amit Ray




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Ungalli + Local Collective

You can find us in Thunder Bay  at 16 Cumberland St South in downtown Port Arthur. The old Crocks, for those who knew the bar.


Not only are we stocked with Ungalli, but we are also carrying products from other local creatives & entrepreneurs! Local clothing, jewellery, and other products.  We like to think of it as a local collective, a one stop shop for the best of Thunder Bay. 
Brands you'll find in our local collective:
  • Bloom Forward Furniture 
  • Epica Pictures (photography)
  • Gold Sparrow Blog + Creative (jewelry, artwork)
  • Hippe Assemblage (baby accessories)
  • cc creations (Handmade Hair accessories) 
  • North Star Silver (Silversmith)
  • Red Fox Forge (metal work/welding)
  • Three Huggers Beeswax Food Wraps
  • Tuija Hansen Fibre Design (handmade clothing)
  • Wild Badger (clothing)
  • The Family Stone (artwork)
  • Art AF- Marielle Orr (artist)
  • Lost Art (jewelry, clothing)
  • Waxx Candle Co. (coconut/soy wax candles)
  • Heron house handmade (beeswax candles)
  • Knits By Nat (knitted products)
  • Lunar moose (jewelry made with recycled paper)
  • Beanies for Brain cancer (100%profits go to brain cancer research)
  • Pixie Card Co (Funny AF greeting cards)
  • Thrify kid Vintage (thrifted clothing)
  • Ruthless Rue Clothing (thrifted clothing)
  • Luova Designs (handmade plant sleeves)
  • Nor West Maple Co. (local maple syrup)
  • Walleye (cookbook)
  • Every Family is different (local childrens book)

We hope you like dogs, you'll most likely run into our shop dog, Joey at the store!
Get in touch with any questions! info@ungalli.com or 807-622-8957.
Although we are quite full, If you are interested in being a part of the local collective please email info@ungalli.com for more info!
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