Canada might be the first country in regulating and promoting the ended programmed obsolescence.Planned obsolescence is a business strategy in which the obsolescence (the process of becoming obsolete—that is, unfashionable or no longer usable) of a product is planned and built into it from its conception. This is done so that in future the consumer feels a need to purchase new products and services that the manufacturer brings out as replacements for the old ones. Canada can develop a certification of its products that are done to last the maximum possible, that they can be repaired and that count with supply, and to last for the whole life. The crisis of climate change and the quantity of garbage need a drastic change that Canada can lead: articles to last, with classic designs, which are repaired and are recycable. Things to take care of the planet, which you buy once and never again.