Read on for presents that will delight those who place value on all things good for them.
At the very least, they make great mementos for those plotting their departures in the New Year.
Also on our list? Seaweed-infused soaps, West Coast–inspired teapots, and upcycled-paper ornaments.
The wood, much of it from demolitions and renovations of pre-1940s houses, is laser-cut into shapes that celebrate the West Coast.
A $1.1-billion philanthropic organization has gone to extraordinary lengths to give youths leaving government care a better chance at success.
From sushi-shaped studs to Vancouver-themed colouring books, a smattering of the items we're coveting from the city's talented makers.
The Vancouver Christmas Market returns to Jack Poole Plaza from November 22 to December 24
Skip the mall and shop for handcrafted goods at hyperlocal fairs taking place in Burnaby, New Westminster, Port Moody, and beyond.
Christmas doesn't have to be about mass consumption.
From Japanese knives to decked-out BBQ sets, these gadgets will up anyone's culinary game.
From rich lobster oil to chocolate salami, the best gifts are the ones you can eat.
They're the next best things to a block of peppermint bark.
We've rounded up the best products to keep boys chic, groomed, and warm.
Vancouver interior designer Kendall Ansell shares her tips for creating a timeless holiday look.
There is no shortage of good causes that benefit from an open heart and an open wallet.
From upcycled T-shirt pillows to watering devices, these items make fine presents for the environment-minded.
During a time of year saturated with so much excess, it’s natural to want to give back to your community or those in need.
Let the Georgia Straight take gift-giving stress off your shoulders.
God bless beer, for no other reason than it’s a great way to get through the holidays safely.
From chic fitness trackers to functional arm bands, these items will make the holidays holly, jolly, and healthy.
We dug up some fresh, last-minute finds that they may not already have in their cupboard.
It was a frigid, soggy shopping trip a few Decembers ago that inspired Wilson Lee to create
Fine finds to pamper your favourite guy this season.
The shop essentially functions as a refill station.
Forget the facials and Swedish massages of days gone by; we’re referring to some serious, all-encompassing rejuvenation.