It’s important to support our local Indigenous owned businesses, unsure where to shop? Checkout some of our recommendations:


Massy Books

At Massy Books we see every book as treasure waiting to be discovered. From rare, off-beat and out-of-print books to familiar titles and current-day best sellers, we scour the internet and places near and far knowing that the books we source have a perfect match in a reader or collector who is as passionate about books as we are!

Massy Books is 100% Indigenous owned and operated and a member of the Stó:lō Business Association. We acknowledge we operate on the traditional, ancestral, unceded, and occupied territory of the xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam), Sḵwx̱wú7mesh (Squamish), and sel̓íl̓witulh (Tsleil-Waututh) Nations.

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229 E. Georgia St, Vancouver BC V6A 1Z6

Iron Dog Books

Iron Dog Books is an Indigenous-owned bookshop and booktruck dedicated to bringing low cost reading to Səl̓ilwətaɁɬ, Sḵwx̱wú7mesh and xʷməθkʷəy̓əm territories (metro Vancouver).

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2671 East Hastings, Vancouver, BC

Sister Sage

Sisters Sage hand crafts beautiful modern self-care & wellness products using traditional indigenous ingredients.
Including: artisan soaps, bath bombs, salves and smokeless smudge honors our ancestral teachings of sage, cedar, sweetgrass, lavender and more.

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Sequoia is a Proudly Indigenous beauty brand inspired by our native legends and ingredients.

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Honouring cultural plant knowledge, Indigenous science and self-care rituals, Sḵwálwen (squall – win) offers skincare experiences grounded in the natural world. Founded by ethnobotanist Leigh Joseph of Squamish First Nation, this is plant medicine for skin and spirit.

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Spirit Bear Coffee Company

Born in March 2006 with Aboriginal roots, we sell Fair Trade Certified and Certified Organic quality coffee in over 600 locations across Canada. Our blends, named after the animals of the Northwest, range from light to dark roast and all impress with quality.

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Unit #111 – 2071 Kingsway Ave
Port Coquitlam, BC, V3C 6N2


NoMiNoU embodies a love of ethnicity, learning and growth by embracing one’s origin from the teachings of those around us; nourishing to our spirit, minds and bodies, keeping us grounded in the importance of living life with purpose and grace.

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5000 Canoe Pass Way #602, Delta, BC V4M 0B3

Sea to Sky Bead Supply

Indigenous female owned bead supply, bringing creative culture to your home.

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F1rst Peop1es Apparel

F1rst Peop1es Apparel is an Indigenous women-owned brand determined to uplift our communities during these challenging times. In the spirit of giving back to our communities, we will be donating 10% of our earnings to BC Friendship Centers. The Friendship Centers have been supporting Indigenous communities through initiatives for health, elders, youth, employment, and more. We invite you to become a part of the F1rst Peop1e’s journey to empower and uplift each other. Together we rise!

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Blue Moon Bath

We are a group of three Indigenous women based out of beautiful British Columbia. Together we are offering customers an opportunity to take a moment from their busy lives, and enjoy a soothing period of peace and relaxation with our handmade candles and bath salts. We hope that our products can help our customers find joy in the little things in life, and remember the importance of taking time for yourself.

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Turtle Island Puzzles

Turtle Island Puzzles is a group of 4 Indigenous learners and educators from across Turtle Island. Aaron and Alysha are Swampy Cree from the Misipawistik Cree Nation in Northern Manitoba, Sarah is Mi’kmaw from Gaspésie (Gespe’gewa’gi) in Quebec, and Diane is Wet’suwet’en from Northern BC.

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Nass Valley Wild Medicine

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Naidié Nezų

naidié nezų (pronounced similar to nye-tee neh-zoe) is an Indigenous owned, botanical-based business that believes in the power of Indigenous plants.

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Salmon n’ Bannock

We look forward to welcoming you here where we can showcase our heritage with pride. In the spirit of First Nation’s traditions, our intention is to provide a gathering place where the focus is on the people and the food. Founded in 2010 by Remi Caudron and Inez Cook. Inez is now the sole owner as of 2019.

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7-1128 West Broadway, Vancouver B.C. V6H 1G5


Talasay Tours

Talaysay Tours offers you an authentic Aboriginal cultural and eco-tourism experiences in and around Vancouver, Squamish and the Sunshine Coast. Our First Nation guides will share ancient and contemporary stories, legends, and our Aboriginal ways of living as we take in the sights of old growth forests, wildlife, beautiful northwest coast views and the flora and fauna of the season. Join us as we share our knowledge, and delve into the rich history and landmarks of our remarkable west coast.

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334 Skawshen Rd, West Vancouver, BC, V7P 3T1

Skwachàys Lodge

Skwachàys Lodge is Canada’s first Indigenous Arts Hotel and has diligently worked to provide guests with first-class services and a platform to showcase local Indigenous art and culture.

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31 West Pender Street, Vancouver, BC, 1R3 V6B

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