Canuck Cutting Boards

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Canuck Cutting Boards may be a newer company but the woodworking bloodline runs deep.  Jeremy Eagen our owner and founder was born into the business with his father Brad and uncle Brett running a successful woodworking company for over 35 years.  Bradonna Woodwork Inc. are known for their high quality and custom products, specializing in mouldings, corbels and other manufactured wood parts for kitchen cabinet shops.  Bradonna has also been manufacturing butcher block tops for 15+ years.  

 

Jeremy has worked at Bradonna since he was a teenager and in his early 20’s developed a real love for cooking as well as a genuine passion for business.  Knowing a quality cutting board is one of the most important tools for a home chef, Jeremy set out to find the best Canadian made board he could find.  One problem, there wasn't one.  It seemed that the major player in this space was an American company that was not only being sold in Canada but also being used on every Canadian cooking show and by every major Canadian chef as well.  Already having started a custom laser engraving company

Outside the Box-Custom Laser Engraving and knowing he had all the resources at his disposal including the support and experience of Bradonna Woodwork, Canuck Cutting Boards was born.  

 

Our goal is to become the #1 cutting board company in Canada and provide not only home cooks but professional chefs, restaurants and businesses with a superior quality, dependable Canadian product.

 

Another interesting part of our story is our location, the small historical community of North Buxton, Ontario. This is where Jeremy was born and raised and Bradonna Woodwork Inc. was started and still operates today.  It remains as one of the last settlements of the underground railroad and is filled with history.  

The Buxton National Historic Site & Museum is a must see if you are ever in the area.  

 

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