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Staff Picks: Native Art Gifts for the Holidays

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Having trouble finding the perfect gifts for the indigenous art lovers in your life? We asked around the Native Northwest office to bring you our staff picks for the stylish, for the young, and for the outdoorsy in your life, all with that Pacific Northwest flair!

Click here to shop our Holiday Picks!

The ladies in our design department are all about our Native Origins embossed fashion clutch to dress up or down, meanwhile Sydney from our sales department loves the layering potential of our Native Origins reversible fashion wraps. If it's street style...

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Order By Dates for the Holidays (2016)

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The giving season is approaching and we want to make sure you receive your Native Northwest gifts before the holidays.

We recommend that all orders be placed by the dates in the chart below for delivery by December 23rd.*

 December 14th BC - outside of Metro Vancouver and Vancouver Island; CANADA - All other provinces and territories.
December 19th Metro Vancouver and Vancouver Island

If you are ordering from the US, please click here.

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Miley Cyrus cares about the Wolves

Miley Cyrus recently visited British Columbia's Great Bear Rainforest to learn more about the Province's plan to continue culling wolves in order to save endangered caribou.

While visiting, she picked up one our black Wolf mugs! Check out her Instagram photo!

You can sign the Pacific Wild petition to save the wolves here!

 

Also, check out our other products featuring BC's glorious wolves!

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39th Annual BC Elders Gathering

Native Northwest is honoured to support the 39th Annual BC Elders Gathering in North Saanich BC. Hands up to the 3000-4000 elders who will be attending and to the Tsawout First Nation and W̱SÁNEĆ Elders for hosting this important event on July 7-9. As a diamond sponsor, Native Northwest is providing products including environmentally friendly bags and lanyards. Art is by Coast Salish artist Doug LaFortune. Doug and his wife Kathy are being acknowledged as the King and Queen of the event.

 

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2015 Information Book Award Shortlist

The Children's Literature Roundtable of Canada has announced that We All Count: A Book of Cree Numbers by Julie Flett and published by Native Northwest has been selected for the 2015 Information Book Award Shortlist.

 

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