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Think local this summer

This summer, local businesses need our support more than ever
Support small, locally-owned businesses.

With stay-at-home recommendations in place like last summer, it’s time to think local again. If you’re in the Lower Mainland, staying local is a delight with so many local businesses to support.

Small, locally-owned businesses are at the heart of any thriving community. And this summer, they need our support more than ever. When we support local businesses, we support our friends and neighbours.

If you’re looking to support local businesses in the New Westminster area, you’ll be spoiled for choices. This historic and charming community is peppered with local businesses ready to welcome you back safely.

To help you get started, we’ve put together a #SupportLocal list featuring a number of locally-owned businesses in New West.

New West is known for its historic charm. It's no wonder that this city is home to Candy Alley, boasting the largest selection of new and nostalgic candy in the Lower Mainland.

Serving the community for more than 50 years, Queens Meat & Deli offers locally sourced meats, butchered in house to ensure the best of quality.

Upscale, family-owned salon The Tanning Studio offers high end tanning for everyone. With four levels of high-end Tanning equipment, Beauty Angel Red Light Therapy, VersaSpa automatic spray booth with their award-winning #ttsglow Clear and Bronze, and BC’s first Cocoon Wellness Pro Pod, they have something for everyone.

Since 2011, Kinder Books, founded by Early Childhood Educator Anne Uebbing, has offered children and their families diverse and inclusive children’s books that spark the imagination and interest in the world. Drop by and grab a summer read!

If you’re thinking of sprucing up your space this summer, Windsor Plywood Burnaby are the experts you want to know. They specialize in hard-to-source interior and exterior home finishing products, including flooring, doors, mouldings and wood products.

Known as the largest Korean shopping district in the Lower Mainland, North Road is a haven for shopping and dining. Check out the not-for-profit North Road Business Improvement Association representing businesses along North Road.

Invest in your community and #SupportLocal this summer!

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