Win One of Ten Klean Kanteens from Environmental Defence!

In 2004 Klean Kanteen® introduced the first personal hydration bottle made from stainless steel to give health and environmentally conscious people an alternative to plastic.

You never have to worry about the materials in a Klean Kanteen®. Toxin-free materials: They did the research for you and selected high quality, 18/8, food-grade stainless steel for the bottles and BPA-free polypropylene (pp#5) for the caps. Quality stainless steel doesn’t need a liner like aluminum bottles, so it doesn’t retain flavors or make drinks taste funky.

Klean Kanteens is the best quality out there for drink containers that are toxin-free and eco friendly.   Now, thanks to Environmental Defence, you can enter to win one of your own, and the chances are GREAT because there will be TEN winners!

Know a youth who enjoys writing, taking photos or making videos and passionate about environmental issues and wants to make a difference? Then they may be Canada‘s Next Green Journalist!

Win One of Ten Klean Kanteens… just wait for the Rafflecopter form to load!  Giveaway open to Canada Only.  Closes for entries December 29th 2012 at 12:01 AM.  See Rafflecopter for Full terms.

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  1. natasha nadine crevier says

    I learnt Toys: The best way to avoid chemicals in toys is to choose toys that are made from natural materials such as wood, stainless steel and organic cotton. In 2011, Health Canada proposed draft guidelines to keep cadmium out of children’s jewelry. Still, we advise consumers to avoid kids jewelry items made of metal which may contain the toxic substance.

  2. says

    I learned a lot about what Environmental Defence does. Their ideas about eco friendly clothing is really good. i am glad to know that wood and stainless are better choices. It is something to keep in mind.

  3. Annie1 says

    I love their Vision: Creating a world Canadians are proud to pass on to their children

    Anne Taylor

  4. says

    I really liked the article on stuff your kids stocking with non-toxic gifts. The tips are great and I learned to avoid buying kids jewellery made out of metal to avoid toxic substance.

  5. Barb Lawrence says

    those old toys we love so much …. Don’t let your child chew on toys as there may still be chemicals present.

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  7. Erika E says

    I learned that wrinkle and stain resistant clothing and clothing that contains flame retardants can contain chemicals that are ineffective and dangerous.

  8. Alison K says

    Visited Environmental Defence and learned they “led the charge to ban a hormone-disrupting chemical, bisphenol A (BPA) in plastic baby bottles”.

  9. Anonymous says

    I like this website. It’s new to me and I like the idea about taking care of the Canadian environment. Marg kitc19 at yahoo dot ca

  10. Anonymous says

    Interesting read under “Toxic Nation
    Canadians are polluted with a toxic mix of chemicals from our environment.”

  11. says

    I learned that while they do have some great info on their site, they unfortunately have some misinformation as well. That Manscape report left me cringing it is filled with so many false “facts” >.<

  12. Barb Lawrence says

    Wrinkle/stain resistant clothing and clothing that contains flame retardants can contain chemicals that are ineffective and dangerous

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    I learned that Environmental Defence inspires change by connecting people with environmental issues that affect their daily lives in their homes, workplaces, and neighbourhoods.

  15. Mary Mirvis says

    I learned that Environmental Defence aims to reduce our childrens’ exposure to harmful chemicals and to promote clean energy.

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  18. says

    In visiting the site I learned that France bans BPA from food packaging.
    Thank you for this great giveaway
    Have a great holiday season.

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  20. Anonymous says

    I learned that the Environmental Defense group worked with the Green Energy Act Alliance to get the groundbreaking Green Energy Act passed in Ontario

    kannw27 at gmail dot com

  21. Lori Bazan says

    Bisphenol A (BPA) is a harmful chemical found in many products we use every day, including the linings of food and drink cans, cash register receipts, and reusable sports bottles made from hard plastic. Wow, I did not know that!

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  24. Elizabeth Reid says

    I learned that there are chemicals in mens body care products aswell!! It makes sense, of course there are, I never thought about it though!!

    Thank you!!

    Good luck everyone!!

    – Elizabet Reid

  25. says

    I learned that Ontario is the leader in renewable energy and that other provinces should take notes on how to follow their lead. Also that kids putting toys around their mouths is a bad idea.

  26. Stacy Scott says

    Being more aware of what is actually in the products you buy for your children, Very Scary But am Thankful now of the understanding and importance on how to avoid and what you can look for and do! All the Topic’s have been amazing as I learned something with all them!!!!!!!! Thank you for making me more aware.

  27. Anonymous says

    I like how their Board of Directors is matching donated funds – nothing like putting your money where you believe!

  28. Kasha Beauchamp says

    How these are made is so cool! It’s so great the public is getting more and more opportunities to live a greener, healthier lifestyle!

  29. Susan Smoaks says

    i learned that they are matching gifts dollar for dollar right now, which is amazing
    susansmoaks at gmail dot com
    tony l smoaks on rafflecopter

  30. Anonymous says

    I learned that Ontario’s Great Lakes and St. Lawrence River hold 20 per cent of the world’s freshwater and Environmental Defense is educating people about how to protect this valuable resource.

  31. says

    I learned that Environmental Defence inspires change by connecting people with environmental issues that affect their daily lives in their homes, workplaces, and neighbourhoods.

  32. Christine says

    I liked the tips for greening your workplace. I am on our workplace green committee and will share these tips with our group.

  33. Jennifer L. says

    I like that their blog has lots of useful information such as a progress report on Lake Simcoe.
    jentam777 at gmail dot com

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