The Federal Court in Canada overturned a ban on single-use plastics. Businesses like bare market in Toronto operate with the intent to reduce waste, ordering products in bulk and asking customers to bring their own containers. This has led to a divide in opinion among consumers in downtown Toronto. While some blame individuals for the use of single-use plastics, others emphasize the role of big corporations. The reversal of the ban is seen as a step in the wrong direction by some, especially considering the evidence of the harm caused by plastics to human health and the environment. Despite this, businesses like bare market continue to promote the message of waste reduction, making it accessible at an affordable price. The federal government has expressed plans to appeal the court’s ruling. The decision-making process regarding single-use plastics in Canada has led to uncertainty and frustration among consumers and businesses, particularly in terms of increased costs and potential impacts on the environment.
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