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Best Local Products & Souvenirs in Ottawa

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This Canadian crafts gift shop on the Sparks Street Mall, just a block away from Parliament Hill, is a real gem. Breathe deeply as you enter The Snow Goose, as the scent of sweet grass mingles with the smell of tanned leather. Handmade beaded moccasins, delicate quill baskets and aboriginal jewelry are just a few of the handicrafts on display. Quality soapstone Inuit carvings and Iroquois masks adorn the rear of the shop. A knowledgeable staff is on hand to provide historical product information and to answer all your questions.

From colorful woolen socks to exquisite jewelry, there is something at this shop for every taste. Having opened its doors more than 30 years ago, this boutique is one of the best fashion accessories stores in the city. Souring all its products from local artists and artisans, the store offers colorful stone jewelry, scarves hats as well as bright artisan clothing including jackets, wrap-around skirts and long tunics. If colorful and quirky is your style, this is the place to shop.

If you are looking to purchase something that is one of a kind and truly Candaian, Flock Boutique located in the West End's, Fisher Park neighborhood, is a boutique store that you must visit. This shop is dedicated to supporting and promoting local Canadian designers and hence offers up a wide variety of products which includes clothes, accessories, home supplies, bath and beauty supplies and loads of gifting options! With over 150 different brands, this is the place where you can pick up something that is memorable and useful too.

This unique shopping and restaurant district covers nearly 12 square blocks and offers something for everyone. You'll find trendy stores selling the latest in designer fashions, jewelry and artwork, as well as a variety of excellent restaurants. In the evening, the market is a buzz of activity as party-goers hop from nightclub to nightclub. To experience the true roots of ByWard Market, visit during the weekend when local farmers and artisans ply their wares near the Byward Market Building. The market is closed on Christmas and New Year's Day but is otherwise open during the summer and fall.

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