The Powwow events will be inside the gym.
Please ask for permission before taking pictures of vendors' art and products.
Support Indigenous-owned businesses at the All-Nations Powwow. Browse beautiful collections of apparel, beadwork, jewelry and more, or shop online using the links below. Many vendors are cash-only, so please plan accordingly. An ATM will be available to use on-site. Also, expand your knowledge of local Indigenous organizations at the Information Booths on-site or via the links below.
Please note that all vendor spots have been filled.
Indigenous-owned and operated fashion house creating, designing and selling unisex and gender-neutral apparel
Big Nish Brand
Indigenous-designed apparel by Mike Blackbird to help you #IndigenizeEverything
An Indigenous Brand that specializes in designing handmade products through traditional beading methods
Handmade Indigenous beadwork blending traditional and contemporary styles
Neechi by Nature
An Indigenous Brand committed to authentically created & designed Indigenous products and content
Custom beadwork jewelry and hand-poured soy wax candles by Indigenous artist, Rikki Singleton
Beading supplies and beaded earrings designed and handcrafted with pride by Cree artist, Stephanie McKenzie
Native Arts Society
Apparel brand supporting houseless/incarcerated/modern Inuit artists
Waaban Healing Arts
Paintings by an Indigenous RN with a creative mind and love of mental health.
Indigenous-owned apiary selling honey and hive products
The Spirit Lands
Abalone shell, gemstone, and beaded jewelry by Ozaawaabineskwe
Birch bark baskets by Brenda Secord
Jewelry, purses, blankets, and apparel made by Indigenous families in Otavalo and the surrounding communities
Mazy Way Indigenous Designs
Earrings and crafted items by Donna Moore
Anishnaabe Kwe beader designing and creating earrings
Dancing Moon Holistic Products
Operating since 1999 offering holistic products and cultural gifts
A unique line of hot sauces, salad dressings, jams, and preserves by Anishnaabe Chef and Entrepreneur Charles Catchpole
Beaded handmade crafts and aboriginal flags by Kathleen SA
Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation
A thriving and vibrant community, bursting with people reaching for their Anishinaabe roots as well as the future
2-Spirited People of the 1st Nations
Providing education and support for 2-Spirit people living with or at risk for HIV and related co-infections in the GTA
The Moccasin Identifier Project
Promoting public awareness of significant cultural historic sites and ancestral presence of First Nations, Metis and Indigenous Communities
Comprised of six modern nations working on collaboration efforts in Culture, Justice, Governance, and Economic Development
First Nations House
U of T service supporting Indigenous students and providing learning opportunities for all students to engage with Indigenous communities
NAISA 2023 Tkaronto Conference
Learn more about the upcoming NAISA conference taking place from May 11 -13, 2023