We’re pleased to announce that Bear’s Den Native Crafts is nominated for “Best Gift Shop” at CommunityVotes London!
Please visit the link and vote for us; nominations are over soon, then the voting begins.
As if that wasn’t enough of an honour, Daniel has been featured in a BOOK! In the spirit of reconciliation – and giving a voice to local Indigenous businesses – The London Chamber of Commerce has collaborated with local photographer Richard Bain, creative designer Katie Wilhelm, and Equity and Inclusion Consultant Tia Kennedy, have collaborated on a book called “Shared Waters – London Listens”, with a foreward by noted educator (and former Chief, Chippewas Of The Thames), Leslee White-Eye.
The book is available in the shop at Bear’s Den Native Crafts for only $30!
“A call to London-based settler-led businesses to reconcile with our current and future relationship with the local waters and how our actions are affecting our surrounding First Nations communities. There is a direct cause and effect that Londoners are listening to – and sharing responsibility for…centers on themes of reconciliation, collaboration and sustainability and connects intentionally with the City of London’s Climate Emergency Action Plan. Readers will also see reflected themes that arose from the London Community Recovery Networks recent work.“London Chamber of Commerce
Also available through Museum London ($45)