In our society of overconsumption, when something breaks, it often gets replaced by a new one. Why don’t we repair more?
Chances are that in the last two years, you've purchased an appliance or an electronic device. According to our study, 91% of Canadians have done so. In that same time frame, you're also likely to have had an appliance or electronic break - as is the case for 63% of our survey respondents. However, only 19% of these people had it repaired. There’s clearly a problem here.
Have a look at the report to better understand:
What are the obstacles preventing repair
What solutions exist to make repair more accessible
How stakeholders can act to improve the situation
pdf - 0.07 mb Annex 1 - GlossarySee document
pdf - 0.08 mb Annex 2 - Detailed methodologySee document
pdf - 0.07 mb Annex 3 - Summary of meetings with Indigenous peoples in QuebecSee document
pdf - 0.15 mb Annex 4 - Detailed Analysis of Structural MeasuresSee document
pdf - 0.08 mb Annex 5 - References Consulted for the Literature ReviewSee document
pdf - 0.13 mb Annex 6 - References Consulted for the Analysis of the Structural MeasuresSee document
pdf - 0.07 mb Annex 7 - References Consulted for the Legislative AnalysisSee document
pdf - 0.08 mb Annex 8 - Description and issues relating to France's Repair FundSee document
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