As we enter the end of holiday shopping season, we’re looking for ways to make our last-minute gift bucks make a really big bang! Enter Ujimaa—an online marketplace that amplifies Canadian BIPOC-owned businesses, founded by Jordan Subban. From jewelry to clothing to beauty products, Ujimaa offers a platform that makes it easier to find products sold by BIPOC creators and business owners, with each product clearly marked as Indigenous-owned, Black-owned, women-owned etc. Below, some of our top gift picks available on Ujimaa, plus a $441 giveaway you won’t want to miss! —Vita Daily
He’ll look festive and fly in this vintage CAL-ALTA Van Club Revolt Patchless Denim Jacket ($148) by ANY7 MARKET.
Wintertime calls for cosy knits, and this PWR Harbour Beanie ($40) by Brimz fits the bill! Roll it short, or unfold to wear it long and slouchy.
Culture Shock Jewelry is an Indigenous and woman-owned business focused on jewelry and crafts. We love the Triangle Gold V Hook Earrings ($30) made from stainless-steel components.
Love Butter (from $20) by jELN is guaranteed to become a staple in any body-care regimen; it moisturizes and keeps skin feeling soft throughout the day. Whipped to perfection, expect a smooth silky application where a little goes a long way.
Ain’t no thing like a chain ring! By Monoxide, this Medium Curb Chain Ring ($45) is handcrafted in Canada, easy to stack and comes in silver or gold.
Win! A $441 Gift Basket From Ujimaa!
Congrats Elizabeth N. of West Kelowna, BC, who will receive a $441 Gift Basket From Ujimaa including:
Vendor: Cup of Té
Vendor: Asili Living Co.
Vendor: Kink & Coil