13 New Stores That Have Opened in Calgary So Far This Year

This year, Calgary has gained a new wine shop, two e-bike stores, three new stores focused on locally made goods and more.

All Things

 

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The team behind Red Deer’s All Things Pretty Market have opened a storefront in CrossIron Mills. The All Things store features products from more than 60 local businesses including Hollyberry Soaps, Rebecca Maher Glass, Botham Leatherworks, Lost in Layers and more.

CrossIron Mills, 261055 Crossiron Blvd., Rocky View, 403-352-1266, allthingsprettymarket.com 

 

Arc’teryx

 

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This Canadian brand opened its second Calgary location in CF Chinook Centre this past summer. The new store strikes just the right balance between Calgary’s urban and outdoorsy sides (don’t miss the striking mountain photography by Canmore photographer Jonathan Price in the change rooms). It’s a stylish space to shop the brand’s mix of performance and lifestyle clothing for men and women, which includes jackets, pants, shoes, backpacks and more.

CF Chinook Centre, 6455 Macleod Tr. S.W., 587-391-4818, arcteryx.com

 

Bow Cycle E-bikes and Rentals

 

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Local bike shop Bow Cycle opened a second location in East Village along the Bow River just in time for summer. This new location specializes in e-bikes, which are available for sale, and offers both urban bikes and e-bikes for rent so you can take advantage of the RiverWalk pathways and nearby cycle tracks. You can book a rental online for half a day or a full day.

632 Confluence Way S.E, 403-265-5422, bowcycleebikes.com

 

Celyn Roze

 

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This locally owned fashion brand opened a storefront in CF Chinook Centre in August. Celyn Roze offers colourful, sophisticated shoes in a wide range of sizes and heel heights, which make it easy to find shoes for any occasion. Shoppers can choose from styles offered in five heel heights ranging from flats to 12 cm. There’s also a selection of bags and clutches.

Read more: Calgary Brand Celyn Roze Offers Stylish Shoes in a Range of Heights

CF Chinook Centre, 6455 Macleod Tr. S.W., 587-351-7044, celynroze.ca

 

Collab

 

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Collab is all about supporting local makers and businesses. So the next time you’re at Southcentre Mall, pop into the store to browse the wares of Canadian makers like Land of Daughters, Meadowlark Toys, Mint Hummingbird, Hop & Flop and more. Collab also has a great card selection, so you might want to stock up for the holidays or any upcoming milestones.

Read more: New Store Collab Celebrates Local, Canadian Businesses

100 Anderson Rd. S.E., 403-724-7920, collabyyc.com

 

Couch 9

 

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Couch 9 officially opened in Deerfoot Meadows in September. The store is full of furniture and decor items for every room of your home, offering sofas, dining sets, beds, desks, coffee tables, area rugs and more.

8180 11 St. S.E., 403-301-0228, couch9.ca 

 

Duer

 

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Duer launched its first Calgary storefront over the summer. The Vancouver-based brand specializes in performance denim and apparel, including jeans, joggers and shorts. All that and more is showcased inside the new eye-catching retail environment (complete with monkey bars and swings) in Mission.

1708 4 St. S.W., 587-779-6341, duer.ca

 

Eau Claire Optometry

 

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There’s a new spot to take care of your eyes in Calgary. Eau Claire Optometry officially opened its doors at the end of July and carries a wide selection of frames from brands like Ray-Ban, Tom Ford, Kate Spade, Adidas and Calvin Klein. Eye exams are also available here.

104 7 St. S.W., 403-454-6009, eauclaireoptometry.ca 

 

Made Local Marketplace

 

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Supporting local is easy at shops like Made Local Marketplace. Located in Mahogany’s Westman Village, Made Local Marketplace is great spot to look for locally made gifts or treats for yourself. Look for hand gilded wine glasses from Brynn Tyler Designers, Needle & Pine mountain pillows, Heart Notes bath bombs, soap from Beaver Country Soap Co. and more.

117 Mahogany Centre. S.E., madelocalmarketplaceyyc.com 

 

Market Wines

 

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You may have shopped at Market Wines beside the Calgary Farmers’ Market before, but now, you can also visit its new second location in the University District. Market Wines is all about affordable, high quality wine with a story behind it. The store imports the wines itself from around the world, and offers a wide range of wines (all for less than $50 on the main floor), beer and spirits. The new location was designed by Fort Architecture and features an upstairs tasting/event room, a growler bar and even a Calypso arcade game shoppers can play.

4109 University Ave. N.W., 403-284-4516, marketwines.ca

 

MJM Ebikes

 

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Did you know Calgary has its own e-bike company? MJM Ebikes celebrated the grand opening of its Calgary showroom in July. They make eight different e-bikes and offer bike accessories and apparel as well. Swing by the southeast showroom to check the bikes out and take a test ride.

3324 114 Ave. S.E., 403-475-6488, mjmebikes.com 

 

More Store

 

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Calgary’s Women in Need Society has five thrift stores around Calgary, and this year, the charity also opened the More Store. The More Store offers “competitive pricing for bulk shopping,” which means you can buy up to 100 products for only $1 each. The price goes down to $0.75 each if you buy 101 to 250 products, and down again to $0.50 each if you buy more than 251 products. Donations can be dropped off at WINS’ donation centre (Bay 26, 137, 7007 54 St. S.E.).

141, 7007 54 St. S.E., winsyyc.ca

 

White Rabbit

 

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If you missed White Rabbit’s pop-up last year, don’t worry — you can now visit its new Ramsey storefront, which just opened on October 2. Inside, you’ll find products by talented designers and artists including Heche and Co., Libertine Fragrance, Free Fall Alchemy, Irene Rasetti and Captve. The shop is currently offering virtual and private in-person appointments, which you can book online.

1034 21 Ave. S.E., whiterabbitwhiterabbit.ca 

 

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