Organizations buying and selling personal protective equipment during COVID-19: Sellers

The personal protective equipment (PPE) supply hub provides information for organizations looking to sell PPE in support of the response to COVID-19. This information will be updated regularly.


  • By choosing to follow some of these links, you will be navigating away from this Government of Canada website to a third party
  • The Government of Canada has not endorsed, recommended or approved the suitability of any product or service listed on external sites, and you must exercise your own due diligence before doing business with any supplier listed

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Making your supplies available for sale

Explore provincial and territorial opportunities to list your supplies. Access additional resources to connect with potential buyers.

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Provincial and territorial supply lists

Explore how your business can get on provincial or territorial supply lists:

Matching supply with demand

These resources assist in connecting PPE requests and offers as you respond to COVID-19.

Product specifications and authorization requirements

Find specifications for different types of PPE.

Specifications for COVID-19 products, including personal protective equipment

PPE being sold for medical purposes is classified as medical devices in Canada and requires Health Canada authorization.

How to obtain expedited authorization for selling health products related to COVID-19

Indigenous businesses supplying personal protective equipment

Information on the stockpile supplies in First Nations and Inuit communities, and how to access PPE, is available on the Coronavirus (COVID-19) and Indigenous communities page.

Many Indigenous businesses are stepping up to help combat COVID-19. Get a list of businesses involved with PPE and other COVID-19-related work.

Federal procurement opportunities

Opportunities for Canadian businesses

Support programs and guidance

Provincial and territorial COVID-19 information

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