The ultra-loveable dolls from Raplapla are cuddly, original, and full of personality. They’re lovingly handmade in the brand’s Mile End atelier (which also offers repair services at its in-house “hospital” for all fabric toys in need of TLC).
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Raise a pint to Montréal with a selection of beers from La Maison des Bières, where there are 450 choices from microbreweries in Québec and the world.
Sign a lucky Montréaler up to receive the floral bouquet of the week, comprised of local and seasonal blossoms, from Oursin fleurs.
Inspired by global travel and artisans, Palma boutique offers limited-edition Montréal-designed jewellery with an earthy, hand-wrought feel.
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The Empreinte Coop is a one-stop shop for Montréal-made goods, featuring pottery, toys, art objects or jewellery by 85 local artists and artisans.
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Make that special person in your life REALLY happy with a beautiful bag from local brand m0851. Their versatile pouches in different shapes and sizes are perfect for stashing everything from lipstick to electronics accessories.
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Add some magic to your holiday tree with a handblown glass ball from Espace Verre, Montréal’s foremost glassblowing studio, where you can both learn and shop year-round.
Made in Montréal from 100% natural ingredients, the tonics, syrups and shrubs from Les Charlatans will enliven any holiday drink menu. Great for gifting and for stocking at home!
Offer a dramatic yet delicate lamp from Montréal’s Atelier Cocotte. Their hand-crafted fixtures feature strong organic lines shaped from gently curved wood veneer.
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Recycled fur accessories
Harricana is a unique fashion house in Quebec that takes second-hand furs and refashions them into recycles coats, hats, mitts and more.
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Looking for amazing homeware? Jamais Assez is THE shop for inventively designed chairs, lamps, bowls, cushions, throws, bed linens, tablewear and more.
Come stock up on Montréal goodies at Le Petit Dep, purveyors of local treats and sweets including the gorgeously packaged Avanaa chocolates. They even have delightful themed gift boxes to choose from.
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Bakery Les Glaceurs makes gift-worthy cupcakes all year round, but their Christmas themed cakes add seasonal wow to any table.
The simple, sturdy, leather and canvas aprons from Montréal atelier Dahls¨ are built to last. It’s no wonder they’re favoured in professional kitchens around the world—you’ll want to offer one to every home cook, grill master and crafter on your list.
Sentimental journeys for the senses
The sophisticated scents of Déjà Vu will take your imagination for a stroll down memory lane. Relive happy memories of holidays past with room sprays with names like “Winter Boreal” and “Grandma's Cookies”. This Montréal company also makes hand sanitizers that smell divine, now available with holiday packaging.
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Montréal’s museum boutiques
Get artsy and find some of the city’s most unique gifts or souvenirs at the boutiques of the Montréal Museum of Fine Arts, the McCord Museum, Pointe-à-Callière, Canadian Centre for Architecture and the Phi Center Boutique. They’re packed with everything from precious, one-of-a-kind jewelry to unique fashion, objects, coffee-table books and more.