Knives made in Canada are made with pride in their products. Canadian made knives from coast to coast you will find knives for all uses inside and out. If you know of any other Canadian knife makers please forward the information so I can add them to the site.
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Producing a variety of knives from kitchen to outdoor, the Grohann family are running the business in its same location in Pictou, Nova Scotia with approximately 25 employees.
With its refined elements, the Ekko Rocker is a timeless design. Featuring ergonomic back braces and sculpted headrest designed to cradle your head, this rocking chair provides a high level of comfort and support.
North Arm Knives is a small father and son knife manufacturer in the greater Vancouver, BC area. Carrying a variety of outdoor knives.
We collect the used, broken and unwanted skateboards from local skaters, skate parks and skate shops. Every item is handcrafted with extreme attention to detail by John.
Sean started learning how to make knives at a young age. He makes whatever he’s inspired to make at the time, a wide variety of jewelry, practical tools and handmade knives. Sarah began weaving with paracord to make survival tools to complement Sean’s outdoor projects and now also creates chain mail and other types of jewelry.
Since Ceramic Knife.org started out in 2005 with a couple of folding knives I have, with the advice an suggestions from my customers been constantly improving the knives offered. I have become involved with not only ceramic folding knives but producing non-magnetic and non-conductive ceramic cutting tools for military and police use. EOD tools! part of the knives made in Canada directory.
A family business, founded in the heart of the Cariboo in Central BC. A trade passed down that can not be easily taught. Caribou Knives is a product proudly made in Canada.
Knife maker Ray Lindeboom started crafting hunting knives as a hobby. As peoples attention grew, the hobby turned into a full time business. Which started as a tool to cut through course moose hair in the dead of fall, now slight variations are used in poultry plants, household kitchens, a woodcarvers toolbox and still out in the backcountry during hunting season. Not just the knives but the machinery that we use is designed and fabricated by us as well. Now the company is succeeded by Rays son Mike who has developed an aspiration in custom knife making and customer satisfaction.
Gaetan Beauchamp lives in Northern Quebec, Canada. He has been making custom knives and other products for over twenty years and has become prolific in more than one aspect of this exciting profession. Making a knife is historically referred to as one of the oldest occupations known to exist, so it is fascinating to look back at the impact this tool has had on our lives. It was probably not a big surprise in early society when craftsmen began to embellish the knife or sword. It is possible that this started as an attempt to honor or specialize the tool somewhat. In addition making the knife a little fancier than usual likely showcased the skill involved. Part of the knives made in Canada directory.
At Ash Gears Canada we choose 15n20 to pair with 1095 to create pattern welded Damascus steel, it makes up the beautiful layers in the pattern, as the nickel in the steel resists the ferric chloride we use to etch blades. Using Historically common methods gives it proper heat treat on both counts for the blade to get a deeper solidification also less likely to grain growth. Part of the knives made in Canada directory.
As an artist, my sense and direction have gone from a strictly utilitarian purpose to a form of expression that figuratively speaks to people, without sacrificing the purpose of the knife. To be able to blend materials, so ancient & exquisite as ivory from a mammoth tusk with a piece of modern steel is a gift to me. To take this gift and make it into an art that emotionally moves human beings, is a reward that I can not measure in mere words. To me there is no greater sense of accomplishment than this. Part of the Canadian made knives directory.
We started humble and we intend to stay that way. There was a need in our community and it wasn’t just a physical need, that one for reliable competent tools so we can safely practice our making. It was a need for some responsibility for owning our places and what we do there, for keeping and not replacing the things we use everyday, for trusting that service offered will be service done every time with exceptional care and competence. Part of the Canadian made knives directory.
I started out with Lightfoot Knives in 1988 thinking I could make a better knife than the ones I was buying, and I’ve been a full-time knife maker ever since. I was a Machinist in my former job, and I knew how to work with steel; but it was harder to get known back in the days before the Internet, so you had to get pictures of your knives in the magazines and also run ads in those mags. Part of the knives made in Canada directory.
A former farmer, teacher and cowboy, Bob Robson makes knives and teaches classes on knife making in south-central Saskatchewan, Canada. His blades, which have sold throughout Canada, the USA, Europe and Asia, are most often made from surgical, cryogenically treated, stainless 440c steel, and are fitted with exotic hardwoods, stabilized native woods and even mammoth ivory. He makes his own cowhide sheaths, too, which can be personalized. Part of the Canadian made knives directory.
St Amour Knives are handcrafted knives made in Canada from the finest materials. All products guaranteed for lifetime use and high quality sheaths are built for each unique blade. Part of the knives made in Canada directory.