Sustainable Marketplace

My name is Amanda Ruth McDermott and I am a Cree/Metis bead weaver registered with Swan River First
Nation in Alberta. I have been beading since 2013 and also facilitate workshops and make beading starter

Beautitionary is a 100% natural, vegan, cruelty-free skincare company made in Vancouver, BC, Canada. Their product‘s packaging are sustainable & eco-friendly as they believe: great skin is possible with earth-and human-friendly ingredients.

Boostani works with underprivileged gifted artisans from rural Eastern Kenya to support their endeavor to
keep their various crafts alive. Each item is handmade and included are sisal baskets and olive wood utensils.

Brad Henry is a lower mainland-based native Northwest coast artist. His work is covered globally. He believes
in community & helping others. He had been participating in this event for 5 years.

I am a Sipologist for Sipology by Steep Tea. I love Tea and Matcha. I sell what I love. Natural loose leaf tea's in many flavors, also premium matcha in various flavors. We have Teaware to go with your Tea choices.

My name is Cheryl Morgan, Gitxsan from the house of Woosimlaxha my mother Peggy Morgan and my
husband James Gregory of Sydney, Nova Scotia. We sell authentic Native-made art and jewelry. The artwork
reflects highest authentic quality.

Eco Beige is a Sustainable Lifestyle Boutique selling a wide range of eco-friendly essential products to share
with you the "look great, feel great" sustainable lifestyle. We take pride in working with ethical suppliers and
some local makers.

Honeybee Centre is a small family business, commercial honey farm, country store, educational facility, CFIA registered packing facility, visitor attraction and so much more. Honeybee Centre is committed to providing an unBEElievable experience whether it’s in our store, at a program or out in the community, the goal is to educate about bees!