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The Goods

By Christine Davis
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December 07, 2015 - 2 comments

For him

Dr. Squatch Soap

Choose from eight different soaps in manly scents like Pine Tar and Gold Moss Scrub – a great, affordable gift for guys that can be purchased individually or in a four bar wooden box set. Available at $7 per bar


The perfect gift for the beer lover, ManCan is a full gallon of beer that fits in the door of the fridge. An alternative to the growler, it is designed to preserve craft beer for weeks and can be filled at most breweries. Available at ManCan.Beer. $195 US

MenEssentials create your own shaving kit

Treat the man in your life to a personalized shaving kit with an array of elegant razors and brushes, shaving soaps and creams. Available at Various prices.

Husqvarna ST 131 snow thrower

Compact, easy-to-use and efficient, this snow thrower has been designed to clear snow from hard, flat and narrow surfaces. Suitable for use in new snow 5 to 20 cm deep with an efficient rubber auger. Available at major retailers. $599.99


For her

Blundstone Women’s Series boot

Diverting from the unisex boot that made Blundstone famous, this new boot is crafted specifically for women with a narrower ankle and decorative brogue design. Available wherever Blundstone boots are sold. $219.95

Applepear Collection earrings

These ombre purple amethysts are suspended within a narrow hammered rose gold rectangle. A beautiful, simple earring that makes a nice gift. Also available in 14k gold filled or sterling silver. Available at $60 US

Uno Magnetic accessories

A collection that includes a wide range of chains and charms, you can completely customize the perfect accessory for the lady in your life. Chains can be worn as a necklace, bracelet, belt or anklet. Available at Various prices

Plaid blanket scarf

Give the gift of warmth. Soft, durable and oversized, this plaid blanket scarf is the perfect holiday and winter accessory, keeping her cozy on even the coldest days. Available at $35


For both

Hockey Fights Cancer Heated Throw

Give the gift that gives back. Founded in 1998 by the NHL and NHL Players’ Association, more than $14 million has been donated through this campaign to date. This micro plush fabric throw features three heat settings and three hour auto-off function. Available at Canadian Tire and $59.99

Breville’s Milk Café

The ultimate creamy milk and hot chocolate maker, the Milk Café ensures the smallest bubbles through induction heating, producing a creamy consistency to create rich hot chocolate or a smooth latte or cappuccino. Available at Best Buy. $199.99

Philips Wake-up Light

A gift that will make holiday mornings brighter, this light simulates the sunrise to wake you up more naturally. Perfect for the slow-risers. Available at London Drugs and $99.99

Kikkerland RivSalt

A great gift for foodies, RivSalt, which means grated salt in Swedish, is a gastronomic experience and new way of adding salt to food. Natural Himalayan salt is grated onto a Beachwood stand with a Japanese stainless steel grater of the highest quality. Available at shopAGO. $33

Slate Cheese Board

The entertainer on your list will appreciate this gift. Hand crafted in the UK this modern entertaining staple features a food safe finish and wipes clean with a cloth. Available at $34

nuLOOM Handmade Wool Monogrammed Welcome Doormat Rug

A welcome addition to any home, this personalized single letter monogrammed doormat is handmade of wool and uses subtle, modern colours to match any interior. Available at $83.50


Anyone who suffers from cold feet will appreciate a pair of Sleeps. Perfect for cold feet in bed, they aren’t binding like socks, instead offering a loose fit and breathable design. Available at $25


A gift that keeps on giving – RawSpiceBar is a subscription box that delivers three freshly ground, exotic and global flavours from around the world each month. Each box includes three kitchen-tested recipes and an origin and history of spices from the region. Available at $6 US per month


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