Five Canadian-made goods we're loving this month

Oh, Canada! Our great nation turns 147 this month. Celebrate with these nifty and oh-so-stylish goods.
Five Canadian-made goods we're loving this month

Canadian-made goods

Money bags

In her home studio in Nelson, B.C., Tracy Fillion makes sturdy canvas carryalls out of old Royal Canadian Mint bags. Perfect for toting to the farmers’ market or beach this summer.

Tote bag, $68, Dear Pony.

Canvas tote bag Royal Canadian Mint Nelson BC Tracy Fillion Dear Pony

Sweet nectar

Made in small batches from a single forest in northern Ontario, this organic maple syrup comes in three distinct colours and flavours — blonde, amber and copper. We love the minimal design and the sleek apothecary-style bottles.

Maple syrup, $25, Drip Maple.


Scented scenery

These hand-poured soy candles and homemade shea butter salves come in scents that celebrate our nation’s diverse landscape. Choose the smell that’s closest to your hometown (or heart!).

Candles, from $28, Salves, $22, Smells Like Canada.


Linen love

Inspired by our native flora and fauna, Jen Kneulman transfers her whimsical hand-rendered designs onto linen tea towels, napkins, pillows and aprons.

Tea towel, $25, Pillow, $82, Freshly Printed.


Kelp your skin

Ahoy! This East Coast skincare line infuses all of its products with antioxidant-rich sea kelp and other local ingredients like apple cider and clay from the Bay of Fundy. Our faves are the chubby lip balms and non-greasy, mildly scented lotion.

Lip balm, $5, Soap, $6, Lotion, from $10, Nova Scotia Fisherman.



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