Daishowa Boycott List Sept. 23


Lubicon Lake Indian Nation
Little Buffalo Lake, AB
403-629-3945
FAX: 403-629-3939

Mailing address:
3536 - 106 Street
Edmonton, AB T6J 1A4
403-436-5652
FAX: 403-437-0719



September 23, 1992



Following is a list of companies participating in the boycott of Daishowa products. When you shop at these establishments, it would be good to let them know that one of the reasons you continue to shop there is their support of the Daishowa boycott.



Liquor Control Board of Ontario
Calgary Co-Op
The Body Shop (National)
Cultures Fresh Food Restaurants (National)
Ho-Lee-Chow Fast Food Restaurants (Ontario)
Knechtels Warehouse Foods (Steinburg -- Ontario)
YWCA (Toronto)
NOW Magazine (Toronto)
Mr. C's Donuts (Toronto)
Pizza Pizza (Ontario)
Country Style Donuts (Toronto head office, national company)
Earth Harvest Co-Op (Calgary)
Bellamere Farm Market (Hamilton, Ontario)
The Water Sports Store Ltd. (Toronto)
Maison Du Fromage (Toronto)
Bootlegger (National)



Following are companies who have been identified as using Daishowa paper products and have still not agreed to participate in the boycott. For those wanting to support the Lubicon boycott of Daishowa products, if you do business at any of these establishments, it is suggested that you let them know you object to their continued use of Daishowa products and request that they use an alternate supplier.



Mill Woods Pizza (Edmonton)
Food For Less (Edmonton) (owned by Safeway)
McGavin's Bakery (Alberta)
YWCA -- West end (Edmonton)
Lee Gardens, 317 Woodvale Road, West, Edmonton, 450-8888
College Copy Shop (Edmonton)
Natural Bread Store (Calgary)
Peter's Drive-In (Calgary)
Company's Coming Bakery/Cafe (Ontario/Alberta)
various Best Western Hotels (National)
Italian Bakery (Victoria, British Columbia)
Sunnyside Nursery (Calgary)
University of Calgary Bookstore
Inns of Banff Park hotel (purchasing agent Ms. Ledger)
A&W Restaurants (National)
Kentucky Fried Chicken (National)



Please let the Lubicon office know of any establishments that you identify and ask for a written statement from any establishment agreeing to stop using Daishowa products.