ALBERTA

Calgary

-Calgary Food Co-op: you can find local organic produce, as well as stock up on olives at their olive bar.
-Community Natural Foods: Purchase bulk foods like grains and beans, nuts and dried fruits, coffee and tea, and more.
-Unwrapped Life: Refill all sorts of things for your home and body, like soaps, all-purpose cleaners, and more. Check out their full list of products at their website here.

Edmonton

-Earth's General Store: Sells a good selection of bulk dry goods, including grains, beans, legumes, nuts, seeds, snacks, herbs, spices, teas, coffee, seeds for sprouting, and bulk liquids like agave, maple syrup, flax oil, canola oil, tamari, vanilla extract, liquid aminos, apple cider vinegar, hemp oil, brown rice vinegar, and more. You can find a full list of their current bulk offerings here. They also sell other tools for plastic-free living, like personal care products.

Medicine Hat

-Bulk Barn: Their new reusable container program lets you bring containers to reuse; here you can fill up on all kinds of bulk foods, from cooking and baking supplies to snacks, candy, and more.
-Olive Tap: You can bring back their glass bottles to be refilled at this spot with olive oils, balsamic vinegars, and other specialty cooking oils and vinegars.

BRITISH COLUMBIA

Cortes Island

-Cortes Co-op: Bulk pantry staples like grains, beans, legumes, nuts, seeds, snacks, and more.

Kamyloops

-Bulk Barn: Their new reusable container program lets you bring containers to reuse; here you can fill up on all kinds of bulk foods, from cooking and baking supplies to snacks, candy, and more.
-Healthy Life Nutrition: This spot has bulk herbs, teas, and spices.

Kelowna

-Bulk Barn: Their new reusable container program lets you bring containers to reuse; here you can fill up on all kinds of bulk foods, from cooking and baking supplies to snacks, candy, and more.
-Unless Market: Their refill program offers bulk goods like laundry soap, dish soap, hand soap, body lotion, shampoo and conditioner, and more. (You can see the full list of home and cleaning products available for refill here). They also offer a variety of zero waste gear like beeswax food wraps, bamboo toothbrushes, and more.

Nelson

-Kootenay Co-op: Buy bulk grains, rice, beans and legumes, nuts, seeds, pasta, dried fruit, snacks, and baking supplies like flour, mixes, and sweeteners. You'll also find a large selection of bulk herbs, spices, and teas.

Vancouver

-Balance Botanicals: Here you can find a large offering of bulk ingredients for tinctures, DIY body care products, herbs, teas, soapmaking and candlemaking, and more.
-Bonjour Marketplace: You can find a small selection of bulk dry goods here.
-East End Food Co-op: A good spot for local produce, lots of selections from local Canada makers, bulk whole bean coffee from Ethical Bean, and locally made kombucha in returnable glass bottles. 
-Ethical Bean: Their bulk coffee can be found around town at the East End Food Co-op, Nesters SFU, Your Independent Grocer on Davies, Loblaws City Market on Arbutus, and Nesters in Squamish.
-Homestead Junction: Sells zero waste home goods, long-lasting kitchen ware, workshops, and lots of unique bulk goods that are hard to find anywhere else (like soap and candle making supplies, beeswax, superfoods, and more).
-Nada Grocery: A package-free grocery that is currently building out their storefront; in the meantime, they offer zero waste pop-up shops and workshops around Vancouver.
-Organic Acres: This grocery offers a small selection of bulk dry goods, like flours and other baking supplies, grains, beans, nuts, seeds, popcorn, and snacks.
-The Soap Dispensary: Purchase bulk soaps and cleaners, such as castile soap and shampoo, as well as other body care products, like rosehip and jojoba oils in bulk. They've recently expanded into offering kitchen staples as well (standard dry goods, plus kimchi, tofu, miso, frozen berries, sauces, and so much more), plus an assortment of goods you might need for a zero waste home.

Vancouver Island

-Edible Island: In Courtenay, stop by for unpackaged pantry staples (grains, beans, nuts, seeds, baking supplies, dried fruit, dates, granola, and snacks), as well as herbs, spices, teas, coffee, yeast, hemp seeds, parmesan cheese, candy, and more.
-Naked Naturals Whole Foods: In Qualicum Beach, this spot offers bulk grains, beans, dried fruit, granola, baking supplies, nuts, seeds, nutritional yeast, chocolate, energy bars, bakery goods, salad bar, and unpackaged produce.
-Old Country Market: This grocery in Coombs has bulk honey, produce, beef and salmon jerky, pepperoni, and certain cheeses (ask the deli clerk for more info!).

Vernon

-Simply Delicious: Offers a large selection of bulk dry goods.

Victoria

-Bulk Barn: Their new reusable container program lets you bring containers to reuse; here you can fill up on all kinds of bulk foods, from cooking and baking supplies to snacks, candy, and more.
-The Burlap Shoe: Zero waste goods like beeswax wraps, metal straws, Brush with Bamboo toothbrushes, and more.
-West Coast Refill: This spot for package-free home and beauty goods offers bulk soaps, cleaners, body wash, shampoo, conditioner, hairspray, DIY product ingredients, and so much more.

MANITOBA

Winnipeg

-Generation Green: Find package-free bar soap, bulk liquid soap and laundry detergent, lotion, and other zero waste essentials.
-Jardins St-Leon: Local produce, bulk local peanuts, and reusable produce bags for sale; in other seasons, the year-round farmers' market at St. Norbert has a huge selection of local produce, and also some baked goods and meat that you can purchase package-free.
-Organic Planet Co-op: They have a great bulk section with grains, pasta, proteins, baking supplies, herbs, spices, tea, coffee, and more. They have the only glass bottle milk option in the city; the bottles from there can be returned for a refund. They also are the only local stockist of Brush with Bamboo's compostable toothbrushes.
-Scoop n' Weigh: This all-bulk store sells a ton of bulk dry goods (grains, baking ingredients, beans, nuts, seeds, soup mixes, snacks, dried fruit, granola, trail mix, and candy), plus, herbs, spices, teas, nut butters, syrups, molasses, jams, oils, vinegars, condiments, and more. You can find a full list of their offerings on their website.
-Tall Grass Prairie Bread Company: Local bakers who will pop bread straight into your reusable bread bags.

NEW BRUNSWICK

Fredericton

-Aura Whole Foods: You can bring your own containers for bulk dry goods like grains, beans, lentils, nuts, seeds, granola, dried fruit, chocolate chips, herbs, spices, and teas, not to mention organic local produce. They also have a home and body care section where you can purchase helpful zero waste tools like bulk castile soap for your body and home, Weleda toothpaste in a recyclable metal tube, unpackaged beeswax candles, and a menstrual cup.

NEWFOUNDLAND / LABRADOR

St. John's

-Infusion Tea Room: You can fill up your own containers with bulk teas here.

NOVA SCOTIA

Halifax

-Bulk Barn: Their new reusable container program lets you bring containers to reuse; here you can fill up on all kinds of bulk foods, from cooking and baking supplies to snacks, candy, and more.
-The Grainery Food Co-op: Consider joining for access to their bulk, refillable foods, like dry pantry staples, cooking oils, and more.

ONTARIO

Almonte

-Dandelion Foods: You can buy bulk pantry staples such as grains, beans and legumes, nuts, seeds, baking supplies, herbs, spices, teas, and more.

Burlington

-Bulk Barn: Their new reusable container program lets you bring containers to reuse; here you can fill up on all kinds of bulk foods, from cooking and baking supplies to snacks, candy, and more.
-Bulk Food Warehouse: You can purchase a wide array of bulk foods, ranging from the usual (grains, pulses, flours, cereals, candy, spices, nuts, seeds, and more), to the more unique, including some DIY recipe ingredients.

Guelph

-Goodness Me! Natural Food Market: You're encouraged to bring your own containers for their bulk selection of grains, beans, lentils, baking supplies, nuts, dried fruit, snacks, candy, and more.

Hamilton

-Bulk Barn: Their new reusable container program lets you bring containers to reuse; here you can fill up on all kinds of bulk foods, from cooking and baking supplies to snacks, candy, and more.
-Mustard Seed Co-op: A small selection of bulk basics, like granola or trail mix, plus bulk olive oil and honey. They also offer amazing workshops, if you're interested in learning how to make your own kombucha, ferment at home, and more.

North Bay

-Bins and Bins: you can find grains, pulses, flours, spices, coffee, candy, dried fruit, nuts, seeds, popping corn, and much more.

Ottawa

-Bulk Barn: Their new reusable container program lets you bring containers to reuse; here you can fill up on all kinds of bulk foods, from cooking and baking supplies to snacks, candy, and more.
-Herb & Spice Food and Wellness Shop: A large selection of bulk medicinal herbs; at the Wellington Street location you can also buy bulk tofu and package-free eggs.
-Kardish Health Food Centre: Visit their modest bulk selection of dry goods, plus pick up yogurt in returnable glass containers.
-Mother Nature Natural Health: They have a huge selection of bulk organic herbs and spices, plus package-free soap and activated charcoal.
-NuGrocery: A completely zero waste grocery store in Ottawa, where almost everything is package-free. Dreamy! You can find a full list of their products here.
-Planet Botanix: Stock up on package-free essential oils and other DIY body care and beauty supplies in your container brought from home.
-Rainbow Foods: This grocery offers bulk grains, flours and baking supplies, beans and legumes, dried fruit and snacks, nuts and seeds, granolas, salt, and sugar.

Toronto

-The Big Carrot: You can buy bulk grains, flours, beans, legumes, peas, nuts, seeds, trail mix, dried fruit, granola, snacks, candy, and even harder-to-find things like carob, chia seeds, hemp seeds, yeast, salt, and more. (Plus, they'll give you 25 cents every time you bring your own container for a purchase of $2.00 or more!).
-Bulk Barn: Their new reusable container program lets you bring containers to reuse; here you can fill up on all kinds of bulk foods, from cooking and baking supplies to snacks, candy, and more.
-Herbs and Nutrition: Bulk nuts, seeds, grains, snacks, herbs, and more.
-Karma Co-op: You can find bulk grains, beans, nuts, seeds, baking supplies, snacks, nut butters, olive oil, liquid soap, refillable detergent, bulk shampoo and conditioner, and more. They also have bulk bath and epsom salts.
-Noah's Natural Foods: You can bring your own containers and fill up on bulk dry goods here.
-Saponetti: Find this local maker's refillable soaps and cleaning products at their refill stations at the Toronto Tool Library.
-Strictly Bulk: Package-free baking supplies, nuts, seeds, snacks, herbs and spices, coffee, tea - pretty much any dry good you need.
-Urban Bulk Emporium: Shop their selection of over 300 bulk items, which you can carry away in your own containers - things like bulk pantry staples, oils, herbs, and spices. 

QUEBEC

Mont-Laurier

-Vrac & Co: A zero waste grocery store that offers bulk dry goods and many other zero waste essentials.

Montreal

-Bio-Terre: A small selection of standard bulk dry goods, like grains, beans, legumes, and snacks.
-Frenco: This all-bulk grocery store has a huge selection. Stock up on a wide variety of bulk dry goods, bulk condiments (soy sauce, maple syrup, vinegar, olive oil, etc.), bulk tofu, unpackaged eggs, and so much more.
-Healthtree: Offers dry pantry staples as well as liquid bulk goods for filling up on; you can also buy package-free bar soap here.
-Le Frigo Vert: A selection of bulk dry goods like grains, baking supplies, and snacks.
-Loco: A zero-waste friendly grocery with lots of bulk. Find what they have on offer here.
-Terre a Soir: This store offers bulk coffee, plus a huge selection of bulk soap, body care, detergents, and other cleaning products. (I don't speak French, so I'll just have to direct you to their bulk products page, which you can find here).
-Vrac & Bocaux: Bulk grains, beans, flours and baking supplies, pastas, nuts, seeds, snacks, dried fruit, chocolate, candies, cooking oils, vinegars, condiments, herbs, spices, teas, and more.

Quebec City

-O BoKal: A small bulk section attached to a cafe.

SASKATCHEWAN

Saskatoon

-Bulk Barn: Their new reusable container program lets you bring containers to reuse; here you can fill up on all kinds of bulk foods, from cooking and baking supplies to snacks, candy, and more.
-Lush: Find package-free bar soaps, bar shampoos, and more at this beauty shop.
-Nutter's Bulk & Natural Food: Bring your own containers to stock up on bulk dry goods.
-Steep Hill Food Co-op: Sells bulk grains, flours, beans, legumes, nuts, seeds, snacks, and more.