Local businesses are part of our lives, and while we navigate these uncertain times, we need to make sure we’re moving forward together. By supporting local, you can keep the places you love stay open! Submit or find a local business to support below.
Noir Beauty + Bar

Noir was created by first generation Canadians who noticed a lack of diversity in salon services. They put their 10 years of industry experience to work, creating a space where people of all ethnicities can feel confident that their beauty needs will be fulfilled. Noir proudly serves the Toronto area, and reflects the diverse cultures that have shaped the city.

Sweat Society

Sweat Society is a collective of ethically made, technical activewear and loungewear from around the world. All products are sweatshop free and a lot are from other small activewear businesses. With 20 different brands to choose from, there is something for everyone.

Wood Buffalo Coffee Co

Wood Buffalo Coffee is located in Fort McMurray and supports sustainable buying practices by purchasing their green beans from collaborative coffee co-ops. All coffee is certified organic, OCIA, fair trade, and ethically sourced.

Hojicha Co.

Hojicha Co. is based out of Toronto, offering authentic roasted green tea products sourced from Kyoto Prefecture in Japan. Hojicha is proud to distribute small batch, single origin teas that are freshly roasted and contain no additives.

Mink Chocolates

Serving the Vancouver area since 2006, Mink is renowned for indulgent hot chocolate and chocolate and coffee drinks, as well as decadent chocolate fondue.

All 4 Paws

All4Paws is a locally owned and operated mobile pet grooming salon located in Halifax, NS. All4Paws operates from a state-of-the-art, self-contained salon, customized to provide complete grooming sessions for your precious pet.

Gabba Productions

Gabba Productions supports local and indigenous musicians in the Vancouver area by facilitating live stream performances. In doing so, owner Norah Holtby brings talent into your living room while supporting the livelihood of local artists during this challenging time.

In Fine Feather Yoga

IFF has offered Yoga classes with a focus on mindfulness and movement to the Hamilton area for the past 7 years. When COVID-19 hit, owner Helena McKinney moved her classes online with a "pay what you can" donation based fee. IFFY is committed to supporting the mental health and well-being of its community through the continuation of its services through the pandemic.

Go Cart

GoCart is a home grocery delivery service that brings premium quality goods right to your doorstep. Serving the Toronto area for over 25 years, GoCart also delivers a service that is safe, transparent, convenient, and COVID-19 friendly.

Caruana Interiors & Contracting

Launched in March 2007, Caruana Interiors and Contracting serves the greater Edmonton area with a proven track record of quality, safety and cleanliness. Caruana has shifted its focus in recent months to helping families upgrade and refresh spaces that have seen heavier than normal use during the pandemic.

Niagara Falls Craft Distillers

Approaching their 15th year, this grain-to-glass distillery swiftly retooled to produce hand sanitizer, along with their carefully crafted whisky, vodka and gin. Explore their hand-fashioned products.

Sweet Event

When COVID-19 hit, causing social events to be cancelled, caterer Kat Soderstrom found herself at a loss. But, knowing customers would appreciate ways to celebrate special occasions remotely, she went to work providing home-delivered treats. Start some fun today.

Storyteller Beverages

As restaurants and bars across Canada closed, this local brewer needed to find a new way to reach customers. They quickly developed a safe, no-contact home delivery service, and partnered with another Small Business to ensure that their customers could receive free hand sanitizer with their orders.

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Modern handmade furniture & lighting specialists hollis+morris had to improvise without the use of their showroom due to COVID-19. But with virtual presentations, sample deliveries, and e-commerce sales, they expanded their clientele and reduced their ecological footprint.

Prune les fleurs

Prune les fleurs adjusted their plant and flower-arranging business to better serve their loyal customer base. They leveraged their robust online presence by expanding into beautifully scented candles, and by offering other unique boutique items that cater to their clientele’s interests and needs.


When the physical studio closed, MISFITSTUDIO transitioned to online classes. Participation multiplied quickly, and students raved about accessing dozens more live and pre-recorded classes.

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