Canadian Made | NL inspired
POP UP SHOP | Featured Item | Just one left!
THE AIDEN BENCH | Side table
The Aiden bench was originally made by Aiden Walsh Sr. Mr Walsh came to Gander to work with Trans Canada Airlines which was later renamed Air Canada. Once retired, he took up furniture making and this bench is a handcrafted replication of the original. Available at pop up shop | Under Home Collection for dimensions
HOME Collection - Pillows
Our pillow covers are made and screen printed here in Newfoundland. They are sewn by adults living with mental health issues through an employment empowerment program and we LOVE what they do!
Snowshoe Hare artwork | Bruce Pashak
Our reusable totes are made right here in Newfoundland and screen-printed locally at PJ Sports in Gander NL
Bow Wow Bandana
Our Bow Wow Bandana Is made right here in Newfoundland. All bandanas are lined and have an adjustable collar to ensure a comfortable fit for your dog. Embroidery of our jigger was also done locally by PJ Sports employee, Taylor.
Beacon of Kindness
Iconic Dog T-Shirt - Making a Difference
10% of sales will be donated to the Gander, SPCA for every Iconic Dog Edition shirt sold.
Michael Rubinoff Popped in to our Pop-Up!
Michael Rubinoff is the producer of Come From Away and we were thrilled to welcome him at our pop-up shop. We enjoyed speaking to him about his time in Gander and so appreciated his genuine interest in our products. I should also mention that he is a great shopper too! Slew Michael
David Hein and Irene Sankoff
Creators of the Broadway hit Come From Away!
Gander on Broadway
Some of the cast of the broadway production Come From Away wearing the iconic GANDER sign shirt
photo credit: Jay Brady photography
James Kall | Come From Away - Toronto
Iconic Dog shirt
Newfoundland and Labrador
Gander’s own PGA phenomenon, Blair Bursey, sporting our GANDER shirt.
JIGGER collection line.
Roxanne Walsh-Seabright and Janet Langdon recognize the unique history of their hometown Gander, Newfoundland and they want to share its storied past through the products they design. They also recognize that other Newfoundland communities have stories to tell and they are excited to include them in their company's future product line.