• Hi there,


    this is Marlene (nickname: Leni, 19) and my boyfriend Michael (24) from Germany.
    We have worked and traveled in North America for 5 months now and Vancouver is our last stops on our big journey.

    We're looking for some advice where we could buy native american products, especially for kids (jewellery, toys).

    Thank you in advance.

    Michael and Leni
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    you can buy stuff directly from artisans in gastown & the DTES
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    A nice place for jewelry is the Lattimer Gallery http://www.lattimergallery.com/ near Granville Island. Maybe not for kids... but worth checking out for great rings and cuffs.
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    http://www.creativetechnology.org/events/woodward-s-indigenous-winter-market Getting products made by first nations is really important I think. There are a lot of shops to be weary of that appropriate indigenous culture for profit (again) but there are also a few shops owned and stocking First Nations made art. Another one is on the North side of Commercial on Hastings, there is a shop a block to the West which is great too. :) Enjoy.
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    Hill's Indian Crafts by the steam clock in Gastown.
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    Cedar Root Gallery. Located inside the Vancouver Aboriginal Friendship Centre. 1607 East Hastings Street. Vancouver, B.C. V5L 1S7
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    There's nothing stopping Indians from profiting from Western European art forms, nor do I think that we would even know what West Coast Indian Art is had there been no opportunity for Indians and others to profit from it, so I wouldn't worry about any of the above concerns. Check out Gas Town though, as it seems the place to go and features some nice, older architecture.
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    There's nothing stopping Indians from profiting from Western European art forms, nor do I think that we would even know what West Coast Indian Art is had there been no opportunity for Indians and others to profit from it, so I wouldn't worry about any of the above concerns. Check out Gas Town though, as it seems the place to go and features some nice, older architecture.
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    There's nothing stopping Indians from profiting from Western European art forms, nor do I think that we would even know what West Coast Indian Art is had there been no opportunity for Indians and others to profit from it, so I wouldn't worry about any of the above concerns. Check out Gas Town though, as it seems the place to go and features some nice, older architecture.
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    There's nothing stopping Indians from profiting from Western European art forms, nor do I think that we would even know what West Coast Indian Art is had there been no opportunity for Indians and others to profit from it, so I wouldn't worry about any of the above concerns. Check out Gas Town though, as it seems the place to go and features some nice, older architecture.
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    There's nothing stopping Indians from profiting from Western European art forms, nor do I think that we would even know what West Coast Indian Art is had there been no opportunity for Indians and others to profit from it, so I wouldn't worry about any of the above concerns. Check out Gas Town though, as it seems the place to go and features some nice, older architecture.
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    Cedar Root Gallery , which is an aboriginal owned enterprise at the Vancouver Aboriginal Friendship Centre
    1607 East Hastings street

    604 251 6244

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