Fabric bags help eliminate need for single-use plastics

Nancy Piercy of North Vancouver and Joanne Morneau of Burnaby got out their sewing machines to make 20 fabric shopping bags recently.

The bags were donated to the Greater Vancouver Food Bank, who hands them out to volunteers and patrons.

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Piercy's bag were distributed by North Shore Neighbourhood House, with the goal being to use the bags to eliminate the need for single-use plastic shopping bags.

The endeavour was part of Fabric Bag Solution.

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