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Colleen’s four spots to visit near Canada Line’s Broadway-City Hall Station

We’re highlighting spots to visit along the Canada Line, if you needed some reasons to explore! Check out earlier posts in this series, and if you have spots to share, e-mail me along with a couple of photos and I’ll put it up. (Fewer spots are fine too, and they can all be at one station or spread out.)

This list is from my colleague Colleen Sondermann, who has four spots to recommend near Broadway-City Hall Station.

Shop Cocoon

Shop Cocoon during one of its many events. (Photo from <a href=http://shopcocoon.com>ShopCocoon.com</a>)

Shop Cocoon during one of its many events. (Photo from ShopCocoon.com)

3345 Cambie St. (between 17th & 18th Ave.)

Shop Cocoon is a boutique shop that provides local emerging designers an opportunity to get their products to market. Focuses on clothing, jewellery, accessories, and homeware.

Woofgang Pet Supplies

3356 Cambie Street (between 17th & 18th Ave.)

Woofgang provides natural treats, foods and holistic alternatives for pets including raw and organic foods. They sell unique products and stylish pet accessories. My cat is enjoying one of their scratching posts (that you can’t find in any major pet supplies store) as opposed to my couch.

Kreation Artisan Cake

A Kreation cake for Ziggy, a young puppy fan. (Photo from <a href=http://kreationartisancake.com>kreationartisancakes.com</a>.)

A Kreation cake for Ziggy, a young puppy fan. (Photo from kreationartisancake.com.)

3357 Cambie (between 17th & 18th Ave.)

Kreation specializes in fine desserts including cakes for weddings and all occasions, unique (and delicious) cookies, artistic sugar work, including delicate gumpaste flowers.

Montreux Jewels Ltd.

3288 Cambie Street (between 16th & 17th Ave, east side)

Owners Theres and Helmut Petri design custom jewellery at Montreux Jewels – I had my wedding rings made here and they did a fantastic job, very reasonably priced and exceptionally good work.


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