11 Ways to Show Your Love for Canada

It's Canada's 150th birthday! From home decor to booze to jewellery, these limited edition items make great gifts for the patriot in your life

It’s Canada’s 150th birthday! From home decor to booze to jewellery, these limited edition items make great gifts for the patriot in your life


1. Saje 25 x Canada 150, $60

Coinciding with Canada’s 150th birthday this summer, Saje Natural Wellness is not only celebrating 25 years as a company, but also opening its 50th Canadian location. To commemorate this milestone, the proudly Canadian store has released a “25 Limited Edition Pocket Farmacy Remedy Kit” that includes: Peppermint Halo Headache Remedy, Immune Germ & Virus Fighting Remedy, Stress Release Tension Reducing Remedy and the Pain Release Analgesic Remedy. It’s the perfect go-to travel essential or a memorable gift to a visitor from abroad.
Available in store and online


2. Canada Mug, $8

Nothing says ‘proud to be a Canadian’ like drinking from your very own Canada mug. This cool cup features a quintessential Canadiana design (complete with hockey stick and canoe) and is perfect for your morning coffee or evening tea. The rich red glaze inside adds an extra pop of patriotism.
Available in designs for all the provinces as well at Indigo


3. Limited Edition Prime Minister Trudeau Hey Girl parody card, $5

Move over, Ryan Gosling. Prime Minister Trudeau has taken over the ‘Hey girl’ meme. Pick up and send a little Trudeau to loved ones far away, because there’s nothing better than receiving a note the old-fashioned way.
Available at Etsy


4. Absolut Canada Vodka, $24

For Canada’s 150th birthday, Canadian textile artist Libs Elliott collaborated with Absolut Vodka to create a limited-edition label using the same techniques as designing a quilt. The bottle is a representation of Canada’s mosaic culture, inclusive of the many nationalities that make up our diverse nation. Showing off Canada’s patriotic colours, this bottle is a stylish addition to any bar this July 1st.
Available at select BC Liquor Stores
For vodka cocktail recipes including the Absolut Maple Sour, click here.


5. Canada Map Pillow Cover, $40 (on sale for $17.50)

To celebrate Canada’s 150th, this cotton pillow cover featuring an embroidered map of Canada is a great addition to your living room or cabin. This stylish accessory is a decorative reminder of the natural beauty that Canada has to offerand an educational piece for kids learning the nation’s geography.
Available in other colours at Indigo


6. Red Racer Across The Nation Collaboration, $29

Red Racer celebrates Canada’s birthday with a 12-pack of craft beers inspired by each of the provinces they represent. Each bottle is brewed locally in Surrey, B.C. in collaboration with other provinces to reflect the unique flavours of Canada. And, really, what better way to cool down on a hot summer day than with a beer?
Available at select BC Liquor Stores


7. True North Campfire Scented Candle, $20

You don’t need an actual campfire to enjoy the outdoorsy scent of Canada. This True North campfire-scented candle is a subtle combination of pine, sandalwood and white birch, a soothing aroma to make your living space smell like the great Canadian wilderness.
Available at Indigo


8. PC Canada Day Round Tray, $19

Superstore celebrates Canada’s 150th with a capsule collection of Canadiana-inspired home decor. This metal tray is a great piece for serving finger food, ice-cold drinks, napkins and utensils when hosting your July 1st BBQ.
Available at Superstore


9. David Yurman Canada 150 Charm, $950

To honour Canada 150, artist David Yurman has designed a limited edition 18K yellow-gold Canadian charm displaying four diamonds that were ethically mined in Canada. The piece combines David Yurman’s iconic cable design with Canada’s national symbol, the maple leaf.
Available at David Yurman counters across Canada now


10. TWG Jubilee Tea, $32

Enjoy this limited-edition red tea with maple and cranberry flavours that represent the sweet history of Canada. Part of the proceeds from this special edition will go to Canuck Place Children’s Hospice.
Available at TWG


11. The Colour of Canada, $17

The Colour of Canada, with text by Roy MacGregor, is an astonishing compilation of photos of Canada’s vast beauty. Originally published in 1967, this fourth edition has been released to commemorate Canada 150. The book highlights Canada’s people, its history and its diverse cultures with never-before-seen photographs taken by some of the best photographers in Canada. It’s a perfect coffee-table book or a great souvenir for any tourist visiting Canada.
Available at Indigo