Blue is a Canadian outerwear company, pushing the boundaries of original coats, while staying stylish
Mello Scensations offers 100% all natural, eco-friendly, vegan, non-toxic candles, and one of their most popular scents is a familiar candy
Blooming Flower in Toronto creates stunning flower displays to boost your mental health
Julius Armand designs clothing suitable for different people, and hopes to create a personal relationship with his customers.
We've all been wearing masks long before Covid-19, and nobody knows this better than MASK Toronto, a clothing company focused on personal identity.
Teesha is not your average baker. Not only does she make her cakes BIG, she is also a mother and a medical student.
Toronto's Dolce Rosa supplies quality and affordable services to the GTA with their unique lineup of products that give back to their community.
Comeback Season's clothing line reminds us that it's never too late for a comeback.
The Cupcake Florist in Toronto has stepped up and changed the cupcake game with their delicious lineup
Royaltea Coffee uprgrades your morning cup of joe to the next level, sourcing their ground coffee from Kenya.
Nautana is a Toronto based soy candles company, handpourinf each jar with ultimate care to help find and create inner nirvana.
nUde Swim offers modern innovative looks perfect for hitting the water this summer. Founder Latoya Anderson makes every swimsuit to accentuate the female form.
Toronto based Classic Juice Co. changes the game; their juice is not just a beverage, it's a lifestyle.
Owner Chantal Carter and her company Love & Nudes beleives the world is stronger when women are put first.
Kids Swag is a Toronto based online marketplace featuring brands that embody the company's core principle of mindful representation and raising confident kids
Written By – Erica Matsui Lately the temperatures are really hiking up. All you want to do after a nice shower or a long walk is take a bite of some cold, creamy ice cream. That’s when Neale’s Ice Cream…
Sudsatorium offers everything from shampoos and conditioners to bubble baths and deodorants. All their products are made with minimal waste with plastics that are 100% recyclable.
Chili miso, spicy chili miso, and curry miso, Three Toronto based all natural condiments with no-MSG added.
Toronto based Knock Your Socks Off offers a colourful socks leaving an impression everywhere they go.
Each bento box from Omusubi Bar Suzume has the ideal balance of nutrients and a colourful palette making food flavourful and aesthetically pleasing.
Jesse Bateson and his company Solid Leather Co. offers premium leather belts handmade in Canada guaranteed to last a lifetime and grind through all the wear and tear life offers.
Old fashion toys for kids are coming back, and Toronto's Coddiwomple offers a unique collection of puzzles and games to keep kids engaged for hours.
Selina Yung is a Toronot-based artist with a passion for art and a habit of upcycling, making collage crafting a perfect hobby.
Creator Yuki Tokita from Japan has a background in the Japanese art of Sado, or tea rituals, which she carries into he daily business ventures at Tokita-kobo.
Catalina Sanchez notebooks fully embrace the fascination with durable, physical storage spaces for our most prized possessions: our words
Local Koji Co is environmentally and health conscious, resourcing non-GMO local ingredients for their delicious products.
Bath time can be fun for babies but not so fun for mom and dad. Dina, owner of BabyWrappers, invented a thin, warm, and comfortable towel to make bath time a happy time for parents and their babies.
Jinbeis are easy relaxing attire, and who doesn't want to be relaxed? In our exclusive interview with Rinko, owner of Imarinucio, we discuss her passion for jinbeis and what makes her company special.
Monika Giacca, owner and designer at Owl Paper Goods, honed her skills in rubber stamp design and portraiture and now produces custom stamps for everyone (including pets!)
Made from high-quality ingridients, such as detoxifying charcoal, Kikuchi Soaps offer a moisturizing and nourishing skin experience.
Muskoka Woodworking is a Canadian woodworking shop selling elite handmade cutting boards, serving trays, and beer caddies, perfect for entertaining guests.
Written By – Erica Matsui We can’t go without introducing the wonders of the key ingredient, kanten. Kanten is high quality agar that was discovered and has been traditionally used in Japan for about 400 years. Kanten is made from…
Julia Alimova, founder of VIVID Clothing Toronto, creates clothing and face-masks at the intersection of pattern, formal, and uniqueness.
Natalie dreamed of starting a brand promoting humbleness and kindness. This dream became a reality when she started Humble Bee Candles in Toronto,
Nadia Irish and her team harness their sense of humour and entrepreneurship to make 100% Canadian funny products, featuring modern slang such as "Boomer" & "Bye Felicia."
BO by Mansouri offers bold wooden fashion statements for the 9-5 grind and special occasions and events.
Emily Taylor brings her expertise of illustration and design to Toronto homes through her company Cabin, specializing in modern soy ink prints.
Shirley Searle and her Ear Curls save the trouble of getting multiple painful piercings. Her unique design lets a single earring give the appearance of multiple earrings, through one piercing.
Stephanie Kapetin has consulted for big food brands, learning the ins and outs of food production. She took her knowledge and developed snacks she could share with her furry friend in the afternoon.
Alice Ngan, founder of Ecila Sake Chocolates, knows the golden ratio of sake to chocolate to create a decadent dessert.
Jorja Lindley had a teething son, and she couldn't find solace in unfashionable teething jewellery options, so she started BoBeads; beautiful teething jewellery for parents
Natural Japaneats in Toronto offers a variety of Japanese cuisine, and there's a special reason why it's the perfect takeout option to impress guests
Self care and body love are very important to Michelle, owner of Aide Body Care. Her soaps have their own unique recipes in addition to custom scents.
Sharon Nowlan is a poet, but words are not her tool of choice for making art, instead, she uses pebbles.
Lisa Young's designs & jewellery will leave you confident and glowing all day.
There's something special about Annet Gesualdi's macaron filling paired with beautiful bright eye-catching shades that turns her baking into an art-form.
Amanda strand lives a colourful Toronto life. Her artwork shows a love for all things local and a knack for 3D design, there's nothing Amanda can't bring to life.
Michele MacDonald carved a path into the world of ceramics beginning with an extensive high school arts progrm before entering the Ontario College of Art & Design. She now owns her own studio where she perfects a detailed glazing technique.
Is it time to open up the kissing booth? If it is, Jessica and her company More Than Lips offer a line-up of products to get your lips ready for the big event.
Wooden Puzzle Name Canada is a family business centred around the most important word in the world: your name
Peggy made a bag for her kids using her husband's old firefighter gear instead of throwing it away. Little did she know, she was on her way to starting her own business!
Meaghan Hadwyn & Niki Snjaric were two moms tired of reading fluffy kids books and wanted to offer a realistic outlook on life. Together they founded Other Life Lessons, writing a series of books discussing the struggles of life.
Ronald Jacob has a passion for music. He demands high quality sound from his instruments, which is why his company Audio Research & Repair offers high quality non-microphonic guitar cables for all guitarists
Toronto shortbread aficionado, Mary Macleod, founded her company back in 1981. What makes her shortbread standout? Chocolate!
Cutting down on carbon footprints is something the owners of Love your Planet specialize in, pursuing a life of zero-waste with their array of green products including Unpaper Towels.
These Toronto notebooks from Hannelore Sotzek, a woman who dedicates her life to books, can be customized with different paper types and are bound through a centuries old coptic binding technique.
The morse code alphabet has never looked better. Calgary's Alene Shannon is building meaningful jewellery collections with sentimental and personal morse code messages.
And that's because they're infused with cigar resin, a specialty from the elite craftsmen at Maker Watch Company in Mississauga Ontario.
Leslie Bailey is a 20-year veteran artist who injects humour and fantasy into her art work. If you're into stunning painted clay figures, look no further.
Alumination is a family business specializing in crafting everyday items, like candle holders, from raw aluminium. The company has founded an interesting new technology that connects candles together to create magical centrepieces.
Before bath bombs exploded, Meg served 5 years as a pallative care nurse with entrepreneurial dreams. She eventually founded her 100% vegan and cruelty free company, Blazing Bombs.
These Toronto watches will certainly bring you some happiness. Lead designer Jay A is the ticking heart of Bonheur Watches, combining rare exotic woods and Japanese machinery.
Spicy mayo is not enough. Mado's Pepper Sauce, founded by husband and wife Erin Dowse and Winston Abernethy, is a strictly vegan scotch bonnet kick for any meal.
Aparna, born and raised in New Delhi, spent her formative years learning patterns, colours, and storytelling. This lead her on a journey to find her unique company, Green Bean Studio, working with her whole family!
Kerri-Lee Benson began her entrepreneurial journey at a garage sale, discovering a mechanism to improve blood circulation.
Etty's desire to make 100% natural beeswax candles drove her to start The Wicked Bee Candle Company, turning her part time hobby into a business.
Sven Schlegel was pursuing a PhD when he started Mariclaro designs, turning car interiors into fashionable handbags and wallets.
Toronto sketch artist Oliver Stockely loves all things with paws and claws. He sketches people's beautiful furry friends with incredible detail
Meet Courtney Downman who works in the fragile glass art world. She creates cutting edge dessert displays, beakers, chalices, and more
Written By – Joseph Scaglione Pickles are divisive; you either love or hate them. Some people ask for extra on their burgers, other’s ask for none and return the burger if they taste even one ounce of pickle juice. Here’s…
Meet Ali, an entrepreneur with no formal training in art yet she excels at intricate paper cutting. So much so that she started her own company, Light & Paper.
Shevil Develjan is the mastermind behind Toronto's The Good Soy Candle Co. offering 100% natural, vegan, and eco-friendly minimalist candles adding relaxing scents to your home.
For your next shortbread recipe try adding savoury to your sweet. Better yet, save the work and buy Asiago & Garlic shortbreads from Coach House in Toronto.
When science and art collaborate, amazing things happen. Rovena from The Chemist Tree was educated to be a scientist and born to be an artist, leading to her science inspired cards and notebooks.
Welcome to Toronto pop-art with a neon flair, cemented in concrete to last a lifetime! These art-pieces will spark conversation in any room.
Toronto home decor has never looked so good, and since we're spending more time at home, why not redesign with help from Homebody Collective!
Explore vintage Canadian cities and towns as you venture through dreamland sleeping on pillows from Vintage Map Co.
Clear off the rest of your 2020 calendar and make room for kindness. This Toronto company focuses on spreading kindness throughout the year, especially during the holiday season.
Toronto based artisan brownie and gourmet Dulce de Leche makers Carolina's Box of Goodness handcrafts the most decadent treats in the city.
Rover Boutique in Toronto offers bowties, collars, flowers, and ever dress shirts to help your furry friends look impeccable at special occasions.
This coffee company, with a team of architects, designers, and craftspeople, is working towards a sustainable, zero waste at home coffee experience.
Get back to the basics of shaving. A simple clean shave is all you need, and Cutthroat Shaving has designed a line of products made from scratch for men.
Notes of cocoa, cinnamon, and amaretto will play the chorus of a powerful maple musical on your palette. Cabot Trail is an experience that must be shared with friends!
Everyone in the world has a superpower! And these cards help kids and adults identify their superpowers with the help of today's outstanding individuals like Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson and Malala Yousafzai.
Defend yourself from natures cold elements this winter with toebags; yes protective socks for your toes from Edne Apparel.
80s aesthetic never dies, it carries on and undermines pop-culture. Montreal illustrator Jean-Luc Bonifay carries the trend forward with his graphic designs.
Warhol's pop-art movement is still alive and well. BBJ Toronto is putting their love for all things pop-art on full display with their awesome "Saint Candles"
It's Toronto, and it gets cold fast. Beau.Cou scarves knows the importance of keeping warm and looking beautiful, and their lineup of scarves can help you do both.
Located in Toronto, Mika specializes in Japanese Ikebana pottery and arrangements. The standout piece is the amazing jellyfish planter!