Shop Local

  • Nightshade Corsets in Edmonton: Currently with two locations in Edmonton, downtown and down the street from us on Whyte Ave. The staff are friendly, helpful, and most importantly knowledgeable about what they carry. Beautiful corsets, stockings, shoes, other lingerie, etc.
  • Rowena: An eclectic mix of retro, glam and rockabilly clothing, footwear and accessories, plus housewares, gifts and art.
  • The Briefing Room: Looking for the best in Men's Underwear, Men's Clothing, Men's Socks, Men's Skin Care, Men's Shaving Products then look no further because the briefing room has got it.
  • Earth's General Store: Just as we're really concerned about what is in the products we sell, Earth's General Store has similar concerns about everything we consume in our daily lives. They offer visitors information and products that will help them reduce their ecological and social impact on the planet and all inhabitants. They are a distributor of information and knowledge, encouraging people to consume less, consume wisely, consume locally and love lots more! (A few blocks East of us down Whyte Ave.)
  • Roots On Whyte: a diverse group of health and wellness professionals, committed to building a strong and vibrant community. Complete with organic grocery store, restaurant, supplement store, yoga, pilates, massage therapy, counseling, acupuncture, naturopathic medicine, dental care, drop-in childcare and much more, they are ready to care for your body, mind and spirit.
  • Women's Cycle Charting: Reproductive Empowerment, Drug-free Birth Control, Conscious Conception, and Reproductive Health tool. Bear Hands offers individual and group workshops in Sympto-thermal charting, supported by Reiki and Reflexology bodyworks, to monitor women's hormonal balance and reproductive status.
  • Kolya Naturals Botanical Skincare & Apothecary: A unique addition to Edmonton’s health food and herbal stores. As in a European style apothecary, their Earths Aromatique is a line of raw ingredients from nature– herbs, essential oils, roots, berries, botanical butters, plant waxes, carrier oils and more. The owners and staff are knowledgeable and passionate about herbal medicine.
  • Kerstin's Chocolates: Looking for a sweet treat to go with your new toy? Kerstin's is an Edmonton gem! Locally, handmade fine chocolates, wonderful imports, tastings, and more.
  • Crave Cupcakes: Traveling Tickle Trunk favorite. We’ve tried cupcakes from all over town, and the Crave team is by far and away the best! They use real butter, fresh cream, real fruit purees, and local producers whenever they can!
  • The Edmonton Rainbow Business Association: ERBA is a registered not-for-profit society serving Edmonton's GLBT community and our allies. ERBA members are making a statement, saying, "you are welcome and you will be respected".
  • Buddy’s Nite Club: We are the longest running gay nite club in the city of Edmonton. We are a very friendly place where everyone is welcome whether you’re Gay, Straight, Bi-Sexual, Lesbian, and Transgendered. We pride ourselves on our “come as you are” attitude and zero tolerance for any sort of physical or verbal confrontations or abuse.
  • Ten Thousand Villages: Often referred to as 'Fair Trade,' our philosophy of helping to build a sustainable future is based on the principle that trade should have a conscience. Through Fair Trade artisans receive the respect, dignity and hope that come from working hard and earning fair value for their work.
  • Northern Lights Bed and Breakfast: Local B&B, gay owned and operated.
  • Audrey’s Books: Supports local literary experience, with in-store readings, literary events, connecting writers with readers. Strongly supports Canadian writers and books.
  • Warp Comics and Games: Our friendly neighborhood comic shop. Comics, games, merchandise, events. All your comic and nerdy needs in one place.
  • Sanctuary Curio Shoppe: Alternative fashion, accessories, home decor, books, spellcraft, footwear, and amazingly cool stuff. Loved by fans of goth, heavy metal, punk/rock, medieval, steampunk and tribal/bohemian/hippy fashion styles.
  • Old Strathcona Farmers Market: Now in our 30th year of operation we rotate a roster of nearly 300 vendors through 185 stalls. On any given Saturday we have around 130 vendors selling only locally produced, handmade products.
  • Old Strathcona Business Association: Finding the perfect outfit at a chic boutique, sipping and socializing on a summer patio and enjoying world class festivals, entertainment and live music...Old Strathcona has everything you need, with experiences for all five of your senses. With over 600 businesses in Old Strathcona, we’re confident that you’ll find just what you’re looking for.
  • 124 St Business Association: 124 Street has evolved into one of Edmonton's most vibrant shopping districts and home to some of Edmonton’s finest restaurants, boutiques, theatre and galleries.