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Origin Handcrafted knives featured on Cityline's "Trendiest West-Coast foodie products" segment, December 7, 2016.


Full Winnipeg

Photograph by Michelle Panting

Photograph by Michelle Panting

FULL follows the story as an old file rescued from a beach in Nunavut is made into a kiridashi knife.  

I like retaining the lines of a file. Other kinds of knives are made out of things like saw blades, which require hammer work. They’re beautiful too, but with hammering, you lose hints of what the knife once was.
— Marc Liss

Globe and Mail

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The art of Canadian knife making, featuring OHG, gets its moment under the spotlight.

Origin is one of a handful of Canadian companies offering custom knives that are produced in a Japanese style ... but incorporating unique or salvaged Canadian materials.
— Dan Clapson

Interview with Radio Canada International

Marc speaks with CBC's Lynn Desjardins about the evolution of his craft, building a worldwide audience, and more.