The paper bag has always been a staple of Canadian households.
But its arrival in Canada was met with mixed reactions.
“When it came to paper bags, we had no idea how to make them,” says Carole O’Brien.
“When we tried to make one ourselves, we found it very difficult.”
A paper bag, invented in the 19th century, is a bag made from a sheet of paper and rolled up into a circle.
The bag has a flat bottom, making it easy to fold.
It can be used to store a variety of things, including food and household goods.
The Canadian National Paper Company (CNPC) has produced thousands of paper bags for a wide range of products including paper towels, paper products, paper books and more.
In 2012, the company began manufacturing paper bags made from recycled plastic in the U.S. and the U,K.
But the bags never made it into Canadian homes.
In fact, there was no paper bag available in Canada.
“The reason for that was, the Canadian government does not allow us to import any paper bags,” says O’Connor.
In 2009, CNPC made a new product called a paper backpack that was much better.
“It is a paper material that is very dense, which allows you to fold the paper bag in one piece,” says CNPC’s Robyn Burch.
But a lot of Canadians are still wary of paperbags.
“I think Canadians are very afraid of paper,” says Burch, “They’re very afraid that paper bags will destroy the planet.”
So the company’s new product is more like a traditional paper bag.
It’s made of a thin, flexible sheet of plastic that can be folded and folded.
And the product can be stored on the side of a road for up to two weeks.
However, there are drawbacks to the paper backpack, like its cost.
The paper is expensive to manufacture, and the bags do not come with a sticker that can easily be removed.
“I think we should be concerned about our environment,” says Tom O’Neill, co-founder of the Canadian Sustainable Paper Industry Association (CSPIA).
“I’m not concerned about paper bags.”