A Canadian company, Structube, is apologizing after selling garbage cans online that had "ethnic" and "religious" names.\nThe furniture company based in Quebec took to Twitter to apologize to anyone they offended with the misuse of culturally significant names citing it was "unintentional."\nEditor's Choice: Nova Scotia Says Houses Are So Affordable There & These Waterfront Listings Prove It\n\n\n\n“\n\n\nIt has been rightfully brought to our attention that naming garbage bins after anyone's name can be offensive.\n\n\nStructube\n\n\npic.twitter.com/aeBx0XcMs7— STRUCTUBE (@structube) February 11, 2021\n\nThe names in question that were used were 'Walid' and 'Wassim' and those garbage cans were being sold for between $59-119 on Structube's website. \nThe company first came under fire this week after being called out by some Canadians who said the use of these names to sell products of that nature was "grossly disrespectful."\n\n@structube is selling trash cans / garbage bins with MUSLIM names as the product name.This is grossly disrespectful. We demand you change the names immediately, remove these products from your site, and issue an apology to your Muslim customers.1/2 pic.twitter.com/1Y0FNpSJYu— Sundus (@sundus_) February 11, 2021\n\nOthers even started a campaign to get the store's attention and asked that the product names be removed as well as a public apology issued. \n"Structube wishes to apologize to anyone who has been offended by this insensitive use of names. It was completely unintentional," the company wrote in a statement Thursday.\nThe products have been removed from their website.