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TORONTO CONGRESS CENTRE


Morgan Asoyuf

Jan 29-Feb 2, 2023

HALL 1 - BOOTH 1609

Advanced bookings for consultations with our team at the show are available. Book an appointment and receive a Free Eco Bag (EBAG204) - Moose by Terry Starr, Tsimshian, at the show.

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Native Northwest - Hall 1 - Booth 1609

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About Native Northwest

Native Northwest builds everyday connections to Indigenous cultures.
100% of the art featured on Native Northwest products is designed by Indigenous artists.

Native Northwest’s story began 40 years ago with a social worker, a rack of postcards, and the vision of building everyday connection to Indigenous cultures.

The values behind our brand originate with the founding reason for the company: Native arts and cultures, designed by Indigenous artists, built on a foundation of respect and authenticity. We tie authentic designs to bold, new concepts where artists can tell the stories of their communities and cultures through their distinct designs.

Native Northwest products are guided by the following principles:

  1. 100% of the art featured on Native Northwest products is designed by Indigenous artists
  2. All artists have provided consent and contractual permission for their art to be featured on Native Northwest products
  3. Artist names are acknowledged on all product packaging
  4. Cultural traditions are honoured by acknowledging cultural affiliation on product packaging
  5. Artists are paid in fees and royalties


Each of our exchanges, from the sourcing and compensation of Indigenous artists, to our staff and merchants, are part of a lifelong relationship between Indigenous cultures and the communities we pledge to honour and respect. Connect with us on Instagram and Facebook to follow our story.

Native Northwest operates on Musqueam, Coast Salish territory in Vancouver, British Columbia.


Here are a few of the Musqueam and Coast Salish artists Native Northwest has worked with (from left to right, top to bottom):

  • Leila Stogan, Musqueam, Coast Salish
  • Francis Horne Sr., Coast Salish
  • Simone Diamond, Coast Salish
  • Maynard Johnny Jr., Coast Salish, Kwakwaka’wakw

Native Northwest Reconciliation Fund

Proceeds from this year’s Every Child Matters orange shirts and accessories will be directed to the Native Northwest Reconciliation Fund to advance Reconciliation by funding initiatives that support Indigenous wellness, learning, and culture. In its first year, orange shirt and accessory proceeds have already funded:



Scholarships

Since Inception, the Native Northwest Reconciliation Fund is responsible for over 250 scholarships for Indigenous students.

Post-Secondary Partners

We work with over 20 post-secondary institutions across Canada including, but not limited to: BCIT, Emily Carr University, Langara College, North Island College, UFV, UVic, Vancouver Island University, Capilano University, Kwantlen University, Native Education College, UBC, Vancouver Community College, and Yukon University.

Native Northwest Reconciliation Fund

Indigenous Youth

We are proud to support the BC Aboriginal Childcare Society, Urban Native Youth Association, Aboriginal Head Start Association of BC, and more.

Reconciliation Through Cultural Awareness

Our Every Child Matters Orange Shirt Day products are designed by Indigenous artists and honour the cultures of Canadian Indigenous communities. By wearing an orange shirt we spread cultural & historial awareness continuing a much needed conversation around reconciliation in Canada.