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Mother’s Day Gifts – Global TV

Mother’s Day Gifts

Global TV asked us to suss out some items that won’t break the bank for Mother’s Day and we delivered!

You don’t have to cheap out when it comes to Mother’s Day! You can find some great buys around, all less than (mostly) $30. Just remember to buy something that your mother may not spoil herself with.  No ironing boards!


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Oxo French Press – 4 Cup $39 (Cook Culture) Salt Spring Coffee and Mug

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Purdy’s Mother’s Day Chocolate $21 (Purdys)

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Oxo Good Grips Hand Spiralizer $20 (Cook Culture, Well Seasoned Langley)

Presidents Choice Cheese Board $10, Natural Pastures Cheese (IGA) $10 Cuispro Cheese Slicer $19 (Cook Culture)

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Indigo Floral Tea Set $25 with TWG Tea (Urban Tea Merchant)

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Indigo Message Board $25 (Indigo)

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Indigo Pencil Case $18 and Fridge Magnets $10


Indigo Candle $29

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Margaret Trudeau – The Time of Your Life $20 (Indigo)

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Geraniums $5 and Pot $10 (Hunter Garden Centre)


Sons of Vancouver Amaretto $25 (Legacy Liquor)

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A Spicy Touch Noorbanu Nimji’s Kitchen $35 (Books to Cooks)

#Giveaway $200+ Coffee Grinder – Salt Spring Coffee Turning Twenty #ssc20years

Celebrate Salt Spring Coffee Turning Twenty and Win a $200+ package of Coffee, Mugs and a Premium Coffee Grinder

We’ve been visiting Salt Spring Island for over twenty years and still remember when the Island’s coffee company roasted their beans with a modified popcorn popper from their home. Salt Spring Coffee was founded April 25, 1996 by Mickey and Robbyn Scott, and now supplies 1,200 cafes, restaurants, grocers, and independent food stores with its premium single origin, small lot and coffee blends.

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Salt Spring Coffee is still an organic macro roasting company, but is now based in Richmond, BC. Owner Mickey McLeod is committed to being fair to farmer and to environmental sustainability and travels the world to meet with farmers to ensure these standards are upheld.

In addition to organic whole bean coffee, the company has a Cold Brew alternative. It will introduce two new Cold Brew coffee flavours this year to  select grocery stores in B.C including all Choices Markets and Donald’s Markets. Cold Brew is the result of Salt Spring Coffee steeped in water at room temperature for 15 hours, and then bottled using a double filtration process to provide a smooth, clean result – best served cold. Starting this fall, consumers will be able to purchase Salt Spring Coffee in more grocery stores, restaurants and cafes across Canada.

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To celebrate their 20 year anniversary we’ve partnered with this awesome coffee company to give you the most premium of coffee grinders along with mugs and coffee to ensure you’re having the best cup of in your home.

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