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Life Health Ward s 50 – Companies #ward #group, #ward #financial #group, #benchmarking #for #insurance


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Life Health Ward’s 50 Companies – 2016

Life-Health Companies (listed alphabetically)

Aetna Life Insurance Company
AFLAC
Alfa Life Insurance Corporation
Allianz Life Insurance Company of North America
American Family Life Insurance Company

American Fidelity Assurance Company
American General Life Insurance Company
American Republic Insurance Company
Americo Financial Life and Annuity Insurance Company
Anthem Life Insurance Company

AXA Equitable Life Insurance Company
Bankers Life & Casualty Company
Berkley Life and Health Insurance Company
BMI Companies
CIGNA Group

Combined Insurance Company of America
Companion Life Insurance Company
EquiTrust Life Insurance Company
Farm Bureau Life Insurance Company
Farm Bureau Life Insurance Company of Michigan

Farmers New World Life Insurance Company
Fidelity Investments Life Insurance Company
Foresters Life Insurance and Annuity Company
Forethought Life Insurance Company
General Re Life Insurance Corporation

Great American Life Insurance Company
Great Western Insurance Company
Great-West Life & Annuity Insurance Company
HCC Life Insurance Company
HM Life Insurance Company

Integrity Life Insurance Company
Liberty National Life Insurance Company
LifeWise Assurance Company
M Life Insurance Company
Midland National Life Insurance Company

National Teachers Associates Life Insurance Company
Ozark National Life Insurance Company
Primerica Life Insurance Company
Principal Life Insurance Company
Protective Life Insurance Company

RiverSource Life Insurance Company
Standard Insurance Company
Standard Security Life Insurance Company of New York
Starmount Life Insurance Company
Tennessee Farmers Life Insurance Company

Thrivent Financial for Lutherans
United Insurance Company of America
UnitedHealthcare Insurance Company
USAA Life Insurance Company
USAble Life Insurance Company

Note: The companies listed above rank as the top performing life-health companies based on the Ward Group annual analysis of the insurance industry. They each have passed all safety and consistency screens and have achieved superior performance over the five years analyzed (2011-2015). Companies are listed alphabetically. An important objective is to benchmark their performance as a group. You can purchase individual company results compared to the Ward’s 50 benchmark from our website. Purchase a Ward’s 50 Comparison Report.


Authentic Canadian Poutine Recipe – Seasons and Suppers #canadian #dish #poutine


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Authentic Canadian Poutine Recipe

Want to learn how to make poutine at home? My Authentic Canadian Poutine Recipe will show you how to make it, as well as explaining exactly what poutine is, for the uninitiated.

What kind of a Canadian food blogger would I be if I didn t have a recipe for Poutine on this blog? Poutine is a wonderful and delicious concoction of fries, gravy and cheese curds and is one of the most quintessential Canadian dishes! So if you already know how great this dish is and are just looking for a great, authentic poutine recipe to make at home, skip on down to the recipe. I ve got you covered! If you d like to learn more about Poutine, read on!

What cheese to use for poutine?

When it comes to poutine, it s really all about the cheese curds. Real cheese curds are what makes a poutine authentic . Cheese curds are simply solid pieces of curdled milk, that can be either eaten alone as a snack or, in Canada, added to fries and gravy to make poutine 🙂 Cheese curds can be found in white or yellow colour. White cheese curds are the ones you want for poutine.

Substitute for Cheese Curds in Poutine:

If you can t get cheese curds, the closest possible substitution if you want the poutine experience, would be torn chunks (not shredded!) of a full-fat mozzarella cheese (not fresh mozzarella use the kind you d put on top of pizza). You want it in chunks so it doesn t melt completely. Don t be skimpy. Some cheese curds are the size of my baby finger. That s part of the poutine experience the chunks of warm, softened cheese and shredded just won t cut it because it melts completely and mixes in with the gravy. (Cheddar is not the best substitute. Even though cheese curds are technically cheddar they don t taste like it. The taste is much more mozzarella-like soft, pliable, subtle taste, squeaky 🙂

How do you make poutine gravy?

I ve included a perfect poutine gravy recipe below for you! If you ve eaten a lot of poutine, you ve probably experienced a wide range of gravy tastes. Some are clearly chicken, some are dark and beefy. I think the perfect one is somewhere in between. I looked to French-Canadian chef Ricardo for a reliable and authentic recipe. Let s face it, the French-Canadians know poutine! His gravy is 2/3 beef stock and 1/3 chicken stock, for a lightened up beef gravy. I think it s perfect.

How to pronounce Poutine:

If you are an English speaking Canadian, you ll almost certainly pronounce it poo-teen (emphasis on the last syllable). French Canadians might suggest that it should be pronounced as poo-tin (again, with the emphasis on the last syllable). I say, if you find yourself in Quebec, you could try the latter pretty much anywhere else in Canada and elsewhere, the former will serve you well.

How to eat poutine

Even if you are strictly a person who eats fries with your hands, when it comes to poutine, a fork is the only way to go! The combination of lots of gravy and melted cheese is a mess to eat any other way.

Cook s Notes for Authentic Canadian Poutine

French-Canadians would probably recommend starting your poutine gravy with canned broth (vs. the boxed variety). I personally find it a little too salty for my taste, but that might be just the brand I use.

If you use canned, definitely taste before adding additional salt to your gravy. Don t skimp on the freshly ground pepper in the gravy, though 🙂

Admiring my beautiful fries? I cook all my fries in an air fryer! While it s no quicker than other methods, it has the advantage of using only a small amount of oil to cook the fries with none of the mess and smell of deep frying.

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Gracious, I love poutine! It is certainly a rarity in restaurants around here, but whenever I see some I pounce on it and order a full portion. This is not always a great idea as I have had nearly-inedibly salty to terribly bland poutine, or with silly additions such as bell peppers, or bacon (really? Can t we leave bacon out of it once in a while?). This is a wonderful way to make it RIGHT! I agree that the gravy should be between chicken and dark beef. Perfection 🙂 Thanks for a great recipe!

Jennifer M says:

Thanks Sophie and enjoy! We don t get as many really bad poutine offerings in Canada, because they d never get away with it 😉 The gravy always seems to be what makes or breaks a poutine.

There are a lot of gourmet poutines here, as well, usually with meat on top (pulled pork, brisket, chili). I m a purist though. I always order it straight up 🙂

I actually had no idea what Poutine was until I read your post today (makes me sound so worldly right. p) but it looks crazy good, like the ultimate comfort food. Hopefully I ll get to visit Canada someday and then I ll know exactly what I need to try while I m there!

Jennifer M says:

We ve tried hard to keep poutine our little secret , Alexandra, to keep it all to ourselves. Don t want to have a run on cheese curds or anything 😉

Seriously though, it probably looks like a hot mess to some people but it really is the ultimate comfort food. It will cure whatever ails anyone! Hope you get a chance to try it.


US- RN planning to transfer to Canada #canada, #canadian, #what, #dont, #just, #about, #planning, #from,


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US- RN planning to transfer to Canada

Thank you loriangel! You have been a big help! Can you give me the site of the Canadian Forum youre telling me about? I want to read up on the forum under the International Nurses.

I was referring to the Canada section of allnurses. If you go to the top of this page and click on the regions tab and select international nursing you will find the International Forum( the one we are right now) and the tab for the Canadian Forum.

Hi. I am a US-RN and is thinking of trying to migrate to Canada. Can somebody give me advice if its true when they say that if you pass youre an NCLEX passer, you can just apply for a reciprocity in Vancouver? Is this true? Please help me.

Canada isn’t the 51st state. You can’t just transfer here.

The NCLEX isn’t worth anything up here. As an independent nation we have our own exams.

You need to go through the appropriate channels with the provincial college of RNs. Besides what is a US-RN ? Which state do you live in?

Posted by aubreytherese; (Hi. I am a US-RN and is thinking of trying to migrate to Canada. Can somebody give me advice if its true when they say that if you pass youre an NCLEX passer, you can just apply for a reciprocity in Vancouver? Is this true? Please help me.) To :aubreytherese You didn’t mention if you are presently working in USA. No more reciprocity between US-Canada RN. If you are from the Philippines who wanted to migrate in Canada. Under the Canadian Immigration skilled worker Registered Nurse is included. As you mention you are US-RN being RN in any States of US in Canada you have to take the CRNE in which provice you intend to work. Check also in your internet about Provincial nominee program in each provinces in Canada for RN. Before taking the exam there is requirement like in Vancouver if you are a Foreign Graduate Nurse and if your mother tongue language is not English you have to take TOEFL,TSE, or IELTS, then few days Clinical test at Kwantleen Polytechnique University. If you pass those requirement then you are already qualified to take the Test for CRNE. If you pass the CRNE There is a program for foreign graduate nurses to have clinical practise in any canadian hospital to have canadian experience before applying for a job. As you mention that you are US-RN if you work and live in US for several years you can apply to wave the English test but still not so sure if the nursing committee of CRNBC well approved to wave the english test. Inquire CRNBC this is in vancouver you google search :college of registered nurse of british columbia. Good Luck.

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[color=#333333]to practise as a registered nurse in british columbia, you must be registered with crnbc.
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british columbia law requires that anyone using the title nurse must be a registrant of crnbc, the college of psychiatric nurses of british columbia, or the college of licensed practical nurses of british columbia.
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new applicants for crnbc registration are required to write the canadian registered nurse examination (crne).

applicants may be required to undergo a substantially equivalent competency (sec) assessment.

[color=#333333]to be fair and equitable to all applicants, each application is assessed individually. as a result, the time required for registration to be established can vary significantly from applicant to applicant.
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crnbc cannot fast track applications from individuals who have secured jobs in british columbia.

we strongly encourage that you do not move to british columbia or commit to an employment start date until your application for crnbc registration has been assessed and you are aware of the requirements you must meet to become registered.

i am planning on moving back to bc in a few years after i complete my degree and obtain some experience. it doesn’t seem as hard as everyone is making seem.


Canadian Retailer Magazine #retail #signs


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Canadian Retailer Magazine

Current Issue: THE STORE ISSUE 2016

Innovation drives the retail industry. From the use of the latest technology and enhanced back-end systems to improvements in customer service and in-store offering, innovation is happening throughout the retail operation. This special STORE issue of Canadian Retailer magazine highlights some of the creativity and ingenuity that’s helping to raise the standards of today’s retail experience. Read more about retail innovation in our full coverage of Retail Council of Canada’s STORE 2016 Conference.

Also in this issue:

The focus on today’s connected consumer intensifies
Canadian Retailer and KPMG Canada recently brought together some of Canada’s leading retailers to find out how they’re innovating to meet expectations and drive growth.

Making it personal
Today’s consumer has come to expect innovations aimed at providing more convenience. Retailers are responding by better understanding and engaging with them across the shopping journey.

Only one channel
Retailers know they need to close the divide between digital and physical retailing to improve the customer experience. The way some are doing this is by integrating the two entities.

Previous Issue: GROCERY 2016

The retail industry is always changing. Whether responding to consumer behaviour and trends or driving the shopping experience through innovation, retailers are never standing still. This statement is true for all retailers, but is perhaps even more apt when talking about the Canadian grocery sector. Customer expectations today are increasing – grocers are now seen as responsible for saving them time and money while improving the shopping experience, and their lives. Find out how Canadian grocers are working toward meeting their consumers’ needs and changing the way people are viewing their next grocery trip.

Download the Canadian Retailer Media Kit.


Understanding today’s social grocery shopper

Social media is a powerful tool. And the smart use of the platform is helping Canadian grocers connect with today’s social consumer like never before. Read more


The grocery aisle disrupted

Technology has been fundamentally altering what it means to ‘go’ shopping. And nowhere is this more true than in Canada. Find out how the country’s leading grocers are using digital options to improve the shopping experience for their customers and increase sales across channels. Read more


For the love of flyers

Whether paper or electronic, flyers make up an important part of a marketing campaign. Retail marketers share their thoughts on why the weekly circular is too good an idea to ever truly die. Read more


Brand marketing in the digital age

Brands have more choices now than ever concerning ways to reach the consumer. Find out how marketing teams are engaging consumers and enhancing experiences through captivating storytelling. Read more


Biggest and Best Canadian Retail Chains #clothing #retailers


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2013 World’s Largest Canada Retailers

Updated September 19, 2016

See also. What is the Largest Single Retail Store in the World?

In general, Canadian retailing is gaining on the global retailing stage in terms of the revenue of the largest Canadian retail chains. In the past two years all of the largest Canadian retailers have improved their rankings on the annual Global Powers of Retailing list published by Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu and STORES Magazine. The increases for the biggest and best Canadian retailers have been slow and steady for the most part, but the trend has definitely been upwards.

In the most recent statistics provided by the Canadian government, retail trade contributed 76.9 billion to Canada’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP), surpassing the contribution of wholesale trade, which was $71.1 billion in that same time period (2011). There are approximately 1.8 million people employed by the Canadian retail industry, and employment by electronics and appliance stores has seen the biggest increases, along with employment with non-store (Internet based, for example) retailers.

Canada’s retail industry struggled during the critical December holiday shopping season in 2012, falling 2.1% when compared with same time period in 2011. This could be due to a consumer spending pull back, but it could also have something to do with the growing presence of international retailers, particularly via Internet channels. Of 10 largest Internet shopping sites used by Canadians, only two of them – Chapters/Indigo and The Source – are Canadian retail companies.

Seven of the ten most popular retail shopping websites in Canada are based in the U.S. according to reports by the Huffington Post.

One exception to the slow-and-steady upward trending of Canadian retail companies is home improvement company RONA, which has made a meteoric rise on the global retail rankings, flying past Canadian legacy retail chain Hudson’s Bay Company and the Liquor Control Board in the two years after it first achieved a ranking on the World’s Largest Retailer list.

Between the 2012 and 2013 Global Powers of retailing, RONA rose 47 positions in the World’s Largest Retailing ranks, thanks to some acquisitions in 2010, and a $1.35 billion increase in retail sales.

In that same period there were some significant changes in the global revenue rankings of other Canadian retail chains, although much less dramatic than the RONA rise. Canada’s largest retail chain, Loblaw hypermarkets nudged rose 8 ranking positions in just one year, almost breaking into the Top 30, which is not insignificant. In that same one year period, Canada’s largest grocery store chain. Sobey’s, fell four positions in the global retail ranks, losing ground to Italy’s largest supermarket chain, Coop Italia. To put things into perspective, both Sobey’s and Coop Italia are smaller than H-E-B, which is only #5 on the Largest U.S. Supermarkets ranking list.

Canadian Tire rose 11 positions in the global retail rankings between the 2012 and 2013 Global Powers of Retailing reports. Drugstore and pharmacy chain Katz made the most significant strides in that one-year period as well, rising 25 position in the global retail rankings to become one of the top 150 retail chains in the world.

What follows is a complete list of the largest Canadian retail chains ranked on the 2013 Global Powers of Retailing list. The number next to each company name represents the revenue ranking of the retail company (based on 2011 revenue figures), compared to 250 other world s largest retailers on the Global Powers list.

World s Largest Canada Retailers 2013 – Canadian Retailing Compared to the Top 250 Retail Companies in the World by Annual Revenue:


Canadian Coupon Finder #retail #wages


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Coupon Find Canada

Coupon Find helps Canadian shoppers find all the coupons for their favourite stores.

You can search for a coupon from all the coupons posted from Grocery Alerts so you have access to a large database of coupons (everything from Manufacturer coupons, printable coupons, to exclusive store coupons).

Use this app at the store to take advantage of any last minute deals and some of the mobile coupons can be scanned right at the register.

  • All coupons available from GroceryAlerts.ca
  • Search for a coupon
  • Browse coupons from stores across Canada
  • Completely Free!

Requirements:
Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. Requires iPhone OS 2.2 or later. WiFi or 3G network connection required.

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Use this app at the grocery store to take advantage of any deals and remember that some of the mobile coupons can be scanned right at the register to save you paper (Shoppers Drug mart, Save on Foods, Safeway, Bulk Barn).

Updates

Version 1.0

Released on June 12, 2013

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Canadian Coupon Finder App Released to App Store

Canadian grocery coupon website, GroceryAlerts.ca has launched a mobile application that allows Canadians to quickly find available coupons for their grocery shopping trip.

Available for both Apple iPhone/iPad, the app displays all the store coupons from major stores like Bulk Barn, Sobeys, Shoppers Drug Mart, Safeway, Save on Foods, Rexall, Whole Foods, and Lawton Drugs. This allows easy coupon redemption at the cash register at your favourite store.

“I wanted to have a simply application that let users search by category (beverage, snack, dairy coupons) and showed all coupons available for a certain store,” said GroceryAlerts.ca founder, Steven Zussino. “The redemption of a mobile store coupon is easy, just simply display the coupon on your phone to the cashier.”

The app has search functionality, allows browsing by coupon category, store, and Canadian coupon provider.

About Grocery Alerts

GroceryAlerts.ca was created by Steven and Lina Zussino to help Canadians save money on groceries. The site has been running since 2009 and has over 120,000 readers each month and more than 22,000 email subscribers. The site provides grocery coupons, grocery deals and shows Canadians how to stretch their budget.

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Printable Canadian Coupons 2013 #famous #footwear #coupons


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Printable Canadian Coupons 2013

I am pleased to offer below a FREE listing of printable Canadian coupons. It is a very thorough directory of grocery coupons, printable retail coupons, health and beauty coupons, pet coupons, baby children coupons – in fact, if it’s printable and will save consumers money in Canada then I will list it here in the directory!

Use the secondary search box (below) to filter out the a category, brand, expiry date or specific product that you are looking for – just enter a keyword!

My aim is to offer a great source of money-saving printable Canadian coupons that can be used and enjoyed by us all. I make every effort to remove all the expired ones so that you just get access to the best, valid, coupons.

If you discover any other grocery coupons or good printable coupons that are valid in Canada but not listed in my directory, then please send me the details. I will be happy to add more good coupons to the list for the benefit of others. Likewise, if you discover any bad links then please do let me know. Thank you!

A Final Word About Printable Canadian Coupons

Each of the above links go directly to printable Canadian coupons, or to a Company’s Facebook page or promotional page where grocery coupons or other printable coupons may exist. Some of the websites may require that you sign-up before being able to access the coupons.

Before printing, ensure that you have plenty of ink. Printed grocery coupons are accepted by most major supermarkets and stores in Canada, however they are quick to reject them if not printed very clearly. Check the store policies for up-to-date information on which stores accept printable Canadian coupons.

I suggest that color coupons are printed in color rather than black and white, as the cashier is more likely to accept them. If you’re not sure about the quality of a coupon that you have printed, take a look at the information displayed on it and ask yourself if you can clearly read the barcode, expiry date, and the Canadian address (which the Manufacturer requires for redemption). If you have answered “yes” to each of these questions then you should be good to go.

Please note that while I update this page regularly, I do not guarantee the validity of each coupon. Please check all of your printable Canadian coupons to ensure that they have a redeemable address in Canada and of course a future expiry date.

I hope you enjoy using your printable Canadian coupons – have fun and save money!


Top 10 Canadian Toy Stores #retail #resume


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Top 10 Canadian Toy Stores

Christmas is right around the corner, and while it would be nice to count on Santa Claus to bring all the little ones toys from their wish list it would probably be a good idea to have a few special presents stashed under the tree that you bought (or it may be a very bare tree, if you catch my drift).

Looking for a place that is a veritable fairyland for kiddies? Then be sure to check out these top 10 Canadian toy stores.

With tons of locations across Canada not to mention a terrific online store, Mastermind Toys is all about toys that encourage curious thinking. They also offer free gift wrapping (an additional bonus at this eleventh hour).

You can find this reputed toy store in Ontario, Manitoba, Alberta, Nova Scotia, and New Brunswick, or click a few buttons and purchase from their wide selection of toys online. This destination is also a fave for teachers, meaning you ll find a fantastic range of educational toys too.

Looking for good old-fashioned wholesome toys? That s what you ll discover at BC Playthings. From dolls and art supplies to music-oriented toys and games, you ll find it all at this exciting North Vancouver store.

Ottawa s go-to toy store since 1977, Mrs. Tiggy Winkle s is a fun and whimsical place with five locales and a seemingly endless array of toys including LEGO, Alex Toys, Calico Critters, Corolle Dolls, Playmobil, and Thomas Wooden Railway.

Voted Canadian Toy Retailer of the Year and The best little toy store in Canada, Garcie Gruff know toys and are both locally owned and operated. They also support local artisans and companies, another reason this shop is on the list of the Top 10 Canadian toy stores.

Located in South Edmonton Common, kid s imaginations soar at Kites and Other Delights, where shelves are jam-packed with (what else) kites, puzzles, games, toys, and so much more.

Kids and kids at heart love Pipsqueak Toys, which is situated in the heart of historic downtown Port Perry, Ontario. Their collection of retro toys is especially nostalgic (think sock monkeys, Gumby, and Slinkys).

If you re buying for a child with an active curious mind, you ll find a wonderful variety of toys at Owls Hollow in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island. It is island-owned and operated by the Balderston family and a friendly staff, and they ve been in business since 1974.

Quebeckers know to turn to Tour de Jeux for a unique collection of toys and games. There are three Montreal stores as well as one in St-Hyacinthe.

Both in Point Grey Village and Granville Island Kids Market, Kaboodles has been the treasured neighbourhood toy store since 1980. Their products are chosen with care and based on quality, play value, and fun-quotient.

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Canadian Online Shopping: The Retailers We Love #retail #advertising


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Canadian Online Shopping: The Retailers Editors Bookmark

With an increasing number of stores launching easy breezy online shops, you no longer need to scour racks and trudge through malls and boulevards to find the clothes you’re lusting after. Homegrown online fashion retailers are a great way to avoid unnecessary duties and support our country’s fashion industry, too! Plus, many offer free shipping and returns are made so much easier without tricky duty fees.

6 By Gee Beauty: What started as a tiny shop in Toronto s midtown is now one of our go-to online retailers for a perfectly curated collection of luxe knits and tees, one-of-a-kind jewellery, edgy outerwear and select activewear pieces from homegrown line Michi. Even better? You can show shop their enviable Insta feed .

Augustina. The Yorkville, Toronto–based boutique hunts for rich-coloured clothing and sophisticated designs by labels like Loeffler Randall and Rebecca Minkoff.

Beyond the Rack. Known for its 48-hour flash sales, the membership-based online shopping destination offers big deals on designer labels.

Boutique 1861 : This Montreal-based, fully bilingual site offers feminine and affordable fashion from smaller labels. Check out their prom and bridal sections for sweet special-occasion items, and don t miss the vintage accessories. New items are added daily. Visit the storefront on Saint Laurent if you re in town!

Clementine Fields: Hit up this Canadian e-tailer for all your green beauty needs—they stock all our favourite natural, and many locally made, brands like Crawford Street Skin Care, SW Basics Kjaer Weis and Tata Harper.

Dutil : Having opened its flagship location in Vancouver a few short years ago, Dutil has quickly become a Canadian favourite for premium denim, offering an impressive selection of coloured, printed, distressed and raw selvedge varieties.

Gravity Pope : Established in Edmonton in 1990, Gravity Pope is one of Canada’s top high-end footwear boutiques. The brand has since added a carefully curated selection of contemporary clothing to the mix, selling labels like Acne and Maison Kitsuné online and in stores.

Hudson’s Bay : The Canadian department store has plenty of stylish stock for sale online (and web exclusive sales, too.) Some offerings from The Room are also available on their website.

Joe Fresh : Whether you re replenishing your basic white Ts, testing a trend, or buying a head to toe outfit for less than $100, Joe Fresh has plenty to offer in its online store.

Jonathan + Olivia : J+O offers a beautiful selection of edgy and innovative contemporary fashion designs that nicely reflect the youthfulness of its Ossington Street store. Style-savvy shoppers from across the country have come to love their online shop, snatching up labels like Helmut Lang, Alexander Wang, Isabel Marant and Pamela Love.

Oak + Fort : This Vancouver-based boutique has expanded, with stores in Alberta, Ontario and NYC. Think well-made, Japanese-inspired basics that will pair with just about everything in your closet. A fashion editor fave!

New Classics Studio . Blogger Alyssa Lau, who runs the Edmonton-based Ordinary People, started this e-commerce site that specializes in locally sourced, sustainable and fair trade products. You ll find minimalist, ethically created pieces that are designed to remain in your wardrobe for years.

The Peacock Parade : With headquarters in Toronto, the members-only site has generated plenty of buzz around its one-time-only flash sales.

Rent Frock Repeat. Two Torontonians started RfR, a site that allows women to rent dresses for special occasions and parties: an economical way to get that perfect dress for a one-time-wear event.

Runway Crush : The luxurious online retailer sells an eclectic mix of merchandise made by a wide variety of both budding and established fashion designers. From Toronto-made dresses to jewellery handcrafted in Vancouver, the site offers top-tier Canadian fashion.

SHOEme: Go here for all your v. urgent shoe needs (like: Oops, I don t have winter boots and it just snowed 10 cm ). This site ships out suuuper fast—expect your order to arrive within a couple days, and no shipping fees on anything!

Simons . A Quebec-City institution, the 175-year old, family-owned department store offers an easy-to-navigate site with brands for every price point including designer labels like Carven, Elizabeth and James and Theory.

SSENSE. The online shop carries an impressive roster of high-end and luxury designer labels like Alexander McQueen and Saint Laurent. As a destination for all things cool, SSENSE also treats shoppers to a selection of fashion editorials, music playlists and trend reports.

The September: Shop designer shoes from cult faves like Aquazzura, Tabitha Simmons and Vince—plus exlusives like Sarah Flint—but skip the duty fees and hefty shipping costs when you order from this Canadian-owned e-boutique.

Unicorn Boutique: This Montreal shop has an amazing online selection of clothing, lingerie, artisinal beauty products, minimalist jewellery, and those those perfect black Chelsea boots you ve been searching for all your life.

Zane. The Queen West-based shop offers a diverse assortment of bright and bold accessories, specializing in hard-to-find handbags and jewellery.

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