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We'll be building our online shop as we discover more cool products about women in Canadian history. Please send along your suggestions!
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Anne of Green Gables Store
The official Anne of Green Gables Store's website, from Sullivan Entertainment.
The Bend in the Road CD-ROM
Profiles the life of author Lucy Maud Montgomery.
Recipes and nostalgic stories from the National Council of Jewish Women, Vancouver Section.
Chiefswood Museum Gift Shop
Are you a fan of Pauline Johson? Then we sure to check out this gift shop for items related to the talented Canadian poet. You'll find books, pens, art cards, posters and E. Pauline Johnson Limited Edition Plates.
The Emily Carr House Giftshop
The shop carries books by and about Emily Carr, posters, postcards and a toy version of the artist's pet monkey Woo.
Great Voices of Canada CD
Includes music by renowned Canadian women such as Emma Albani, Eva Gauthier and Pauline Donalda.
Innu Tea Dolls
Discover the unique dolls, which children of migratory Innu bands once brought along on their journeys -- stuffed with tea. From The Birches Gallery in Labrador.
Maplelea Girls has created Canadian dolls for Canadian girls. The Canadian-owned company Avonlea Traditions has developed dolls with unique Canadian identifies. Each of the four characters comes from a different area of Canada. For example Taryn lives in Banff and likes wilderness camping and painting. Jenna is from Lunenburg, Nova Scotia and loves sailing and fiddle music. The dolls and accessories are designed for girls aged 6-12. The Maplelea website has a section about "Real girls doing real things that matter", and currently features a girl from Ontario who speaks out about autism. Site users can nominate girls to win awards for contributing to their communities in a positive way.
Rosalee Peppard, The Voice of Nova Scotia
CDs from singer, song-writer and herstorian Rosalee Peppard. Discover the music of this talented Nova Scotian who brings the stories of women to life through her music.
“Peppard’s music is steeped in the sea. She is bringing the rich Maritime past to LIFE in song.” - Toronto Star
A CD with stories and songs that tell the story of activist Emily Murphy. Produced by Ruth Stewart-Verger and Teresa Healy.
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