Family walking through the town of Stewart Original File Name Stewart.MainStreet.tif Credit Destination BC/6ix Sigma

BC Holiday Gift Guide 2020

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We may not be able to travel right now, but our holiday shopping can travel further than we think.  Stay local this holiday and let’s support BC businesses and celebrate how far we’ve come together this year.

#SupportLocal Gift Guides

This year, businesses are adapting to keep us safe. From delivery and curbside pickup options, to in-store protocols for local shoppers, there are plenty of ways to give the gift of supporting local.

See local gift guides by community below to find the perfect gift for a BC resident on your list. Continue to check our directory of what’s currently open in communities across BC if you’re shopping local, and remember, many local outfits also deliver province-wide.

Local hand-carved jewelry, art, and giftware | @cedarhousegallery

Support BC Indigenous-Owned Businesses

Is your wishlist or shopping list socially responsible? Better check it twice. Add Indigenous artworks, apparel, giftware, and more to your cart this season and help strengthen a digital economy rooted in care for the land and each other.

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Gifts For Lower Mainland Residents

With more than half of BC residents calling Metro Vancouver home, there’s bound to be someone on your list who lives in one of these places. From Abbotsford to Yarrow, see locally-curated gift guides by community for this area of our province.

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More Locally-Curated Gift Guides

More gift guides for residents of larger communities around the province.

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#StayLocal: More Creative Ways to Celebrate This Year

See how communities are helping us take in a bit of sparkle and support local businesses close to home this season. Hint: You may want to consider gifting some of your amazing finds to loved ones, near and far.

Stay Local for the Holidays

Feature Image: Main street in Stewart. Photo: 6ix Sigma