The Ultimate Holiday Gift Guide 2022

The year’s most desirable gifts, from bargain-basement stocking stuffers to big-ticket splurges

Goth pronoun pins


Communicate preferred pronouns and an undying—or undead—love of all things dark and doomed in one snazzy pin. |

Golden Girls glassware


Give one of your own golden girls this set and, together, pour one out for Betty White and the gang. |

Queer stories


and up It’s been a banner year for LGBTQ YA fiction, and the shelves at Glad Day Bookshop, the oldest queer bookstore in North America, are lined with it. |

Running hat


French brand Satisfy makes a running cap that repels water and dirt and dries three times faster than lesser hats. |

Scandi turntable


Swedish House Mafia teamed up with Swedish home furnishings giant IKEA to design a turntable minimalist enough to honour its roots. |

Cloth doll


Doll maker Linda Patterson crafts her Waldorf-style creations, using traditional European techniques, out of her Peterborough studio. |

At-home peel


Drunk Elephant’s Babyfacial is finally available in Canada, in its original formula of chickpea flour, matcha tea, milk thistle and apple. |

Platform heels


Because six-inch sandals are a far more versatile addition to your wardrobe than you may think. Just ask Olivia Rodrigo. |

Barbiecore blazer


The hyper­feminine trend isn’t going anywhere. This gift adds just the right amount of Barbie­core to a loved one’s closet. |

Next-level humidifier


Fladifyre’s essential oil diffusers create the illusion of rippling flames using light and vapour and make great dorm room decor. |

Dog puffer snowsuit


and up For the purse pooch in your life with Kendall Jenner vibes but without the winter wardrobe to match. |

Graphic robe


Black-owned Toronto lifestyle brand Kwesiya specializes in the block-print textiles characteristic of West Africa, like the bold and bright Dale robe. |

Designer earrings


Lobat’s Jeyran earrings are from the Toronto brand’s Yalda collection, designed to celebrate the Earth on the longest night of the year: December 21. |

Streaming light


Logitech’s new Litra Glow emits flattering soft light thanks to an LED panel heavy on the diffusion. Bring on the Zoom meetings. |

Buy Indigenous


Haida and Cree siblings Erin and Jesse Brillon create stylish, colourful sweatshirts via their Totem Design House line. |

Baby blanket


Narwhals, bison and beavers, oh my! This cozy quilted blanket is a veritable Hinterland Who’s Who of Canadian creatures. |

Puffer tote


Some days, you just want to go back to bed, so your bag might as well double as a pillow. |

Auditor of the Month trophy candle


For the film buff on your list who can’t believe you still haven’t seen Everything Everywhere All at Once. |

Sailor Moon phone case


and up A phone will be able to take some punishment thanks to this Pretty Guardians case collab with Casetify. |

Psychedelic slippers


Verloop’s sock slippers are fleece-lined, padded and made with deadstock yarn of every colour. |

Bluetooth boom box


Kick it anywhere with the Anker Soundcore Motion Boom Plus, a water-resistant speaker with powerful sound. |

Faux-fur bucket hat


They’re not just for summer anymore thanks to Ukrainian designer Ruslan Baginskiy. (Dua Lipa and Gigi Hadid will surely be thrilled.) |

Professional webcam


The Opal C1 rivals DSLR cameras in quality and will be appreciated by anyone who wants to look good on video calls. |

Face tool


For the biohacker on your list, here is the TheraFace Pro. The eight-in-one tool features microcurrent toning, percussive massage and light therapy. |

Winter Chelsea boots


Handmade in Portugal, Maguire’s winter-friendly Chelsea boots have a removable sheepskin lining and an extra thick sole. |

CD rugs


Toronto multi-hyphenate Sean Brown’s hand-tufted CD rugs went viral during the pandemic. |

Sustainable carry-on


Not only is this 360-degree spinner made from recycled materials, but Paravel also offsets emissions related to its production. |

Wraparound sunglasses


Stare unblinking into the soul of 2023 with the style and confidence of a supermodel thanks to Lexxola’s Bella Hadid–approved Neo sunglasses.  |

Ukrainian folk art


This handmade vase is from the Freedom collection by the Gunia Project, a label founded to protect and promote Ukrainian pieces.  |

Upcycled container


EcoBirdy uses discarded plastic to make kids’ furniture, like this too-cute kiwi box that can be used to store toys and other small objects. |

Facial device


Foreo’s UFO 2 pairs with your phone to help fake fancy spa treatments at home. If you’re not using an app, are you even doing face masks right? |

Purple fleece loafers


Because ’tis absolutely the season for loafing in these super-comfy boa fleece–lined purple mules. |

Portable lamp


Muuto’s Piton portable lamp is a designer take on vintage flashlights by Canadian Tom Chung. |

Recycled skateboards


Each WasteBoard is totally unique and handmade from recycled bottle caps. A gift for teens with fancy feet. |

Only Fans clips


These crystal-studded bobby pins are by designer and queen of dark kitsch Ashley Williams—a favourite of Euphoria’s Chloe Cherry. |

Celeb-approved jewellery


Willow Smith and Kylie Jenner go to Toronto experimental jeweller and silversmith Steff Eleoff for their drip. |

Balloon dog–shaped bench


Pets don’t make for good presents, but Attackle does. This four-legged friend is as happy indoors as out and never needs to be walked. |

Pop art


and up The dearly departed Queen herself purchased four of these 1985 Andy Warhol prints for her collection. |

Planter pendant


Is it a light fixture? Is it a planter? It’s both! And it’s made in Canada by Toronto homewares studio Object/Interface. |

Slick slicker


Justin Bieber founded his streetwear line House of Drew with “swagger coach” Ryan Good in 2018, and their golden-yellow raincoat is perfect for Beliebers. |

Statement brooch


Take a cue from (RIP) Madeleine Albright’s statement brooch approach with this lapel accessory by Saint Laurent. |

Portable projector


Samsung’s new Freestyle projector, speaker and streaming device pivots 180 degrees for aiming anywhere in any room. |

At-home yoga set-up


Celebrate the Canadian arrival of buzzy, beloved LA yoga brand Alo with the Ultimate Home Studio Set. |

Eco-friendly cookware


Caraway’s four-piece ceramic-coated cookware set is an eco-friendly alternative to Teflon and requires less oil for cooking and less scrubbing to clean. |

Table tennis set


If your in-laws are rec room types, this made-in-Japan set of ping pong paddles from Parisian fashion house Casablanca will wow them. |

Roomba with benefits


It’s a mop, it’s a vacuum, it cleans and maintains itself. The Roborock S7 MaxV Ultra is the one true robot overlord for neat freaks. |

One-of-a-kind art


Toronto fashion designer Warren Steven Scott explores his Salish heritage in this piece using scrap acrylic sheets from his jewellery practice. |

Top Gun time


Have a loved one who knows watches? This one, from IWC’s Top Gun line, is stylish and protected against drops in air pressure. |

Planet-friendly laptop


and up A customizable, upgradeable and—game-changer alert—repairable high-performance laptop. Finally! |

Faux-fur coat


Proenza Schouler’s belted coat was the jewel in Selena Gomez’s outerwear crown on the latest season of Only Murders in the Building. |



The Monster S-84V by Emmo is not only a cute and safe way to get around town—it also comes with an energy-saving LED lighting system. |

Pizza oven


Ooni’s popular Karu 12 multi-fuel pizza oven heats up to 500 degrees in 15 minutes. Cook Neapolitan-style pies in 60 seconds flat. |

Holographic stickers


Haudenosaunee artist Brit Ellis’s holographic stickers are inspired by her love of intricate beadwork and bold tattoo design. |

Throwback bandana


A bandana renaissance is coming, and Madewell’s organic cotton scarves feed nicely into the ’90s obsession. |

Reptilian classic


The city-dwelling croc of Bernard Wabar’s beloved 1965 book has made quite a comeback courtesy of the movie version, starring the dulcet voice of Shawn Mendes. |

Vintage plate


How often does a piece of decor pay homage to the comedic genius of Baroness Von Sketch and also speak the unadulterated truth? |

Mini claw clips


Chunks’ high-quality two-toned clips will keep any kiddos on your list looking put-together and super stylish. |

Affirmation card deck


Why? Because you’re good enough, you’re smart enough and, doggone it, people like you. |

Sloth Baby T-shirt


This tee is a super-soft nod to Kamala Khan’s YouTube channel. It has a flawless fit, and the Ms. Marvel fan in your life will love it. |

Hanukkah candles


Hand-dipped in the Rocky Mountains, these pure beeswax candles come in a selection of bright colours to celebrate the Festival of Lights. |

Pot paraphernalia


Studio A-OK’s slogan-emblazoned tamper knows what’s up and isn’t lying. |

Fish pitcher


and up Hydration meets conversation starter in the delightful GurglePot, which sounds like a babbling brook when water is poured from it. |

Boyfriend socks


Because it’s not the holidays without the giving or receiving of socks, and Le Bon Shoppe’s classic tube ones fit the bill. |

Cross-stitch kit


Cottagecore enthusiasts in search of a new hobby will be thrilled with this cabin sunset cross-stitch set. Note: provides stress relief. |

Stealthy storage


Puebco’s book box is perfect for stashing secrets in plain view and making you look well read. |

The obligatory Atwood


This year’s necessary non-fiction—Burning Questions—is a collection of essays from the past 18 years, spanning a recession, Trump and a pandemic. |

Artful puzzle


Four Point Puzzles collaborated with Toronto artist Micah Lexier on the 1,000-piece—and very hang-worthy—Several Found Things. |

Barbie's back


Start playing ahead of Greta Gerwig’s multiversally mad movie starring Margot Robbie, Ryan Gosling and our very own Simu Liu. |

Room spray


Lohn’s Nord Everywhere Mist smells of balsam fir, spruce, cedar and pine. One spritz makes even the indoorsiest of cats want to forest bathe. |

Plain tank


The comfy classics have been everywhere this year. Kotn’s version is stretchy, thick and ribbed with a flattering square neckline. |

6ix-scented candle


Apparently, Toronto smells like cherry blossoms, citrus, cloves, bacon and whiskey. (Is Matty Matheson their perfumer?) |

Caesar recipes


The co-founders of Walter Craft Caesar published Caesar Country as an ode to our national drink, with recipes from Canada’s top bartenders. |

Reminder wrapping tape


Voilà—no need to send those annoying “Did u get it?!?” texts anymore. |

Mr. Dressup ornaments


What better way to pay homage to the country’s most beloved children’s show than to trim the tree with these nostalgic ornaments? Keep your crayons sharp, kids! |

Banderilla candle


These candles are made with aromatic melipona wax by Mexico City artisans and come in a buffet of delicious colours like pistachio and truffle. |

Performance hijab


and up Finally, an athletic hijab that’s lightweight, sweat wicking and quick drying from the Canadian athleisure champ. |

Teeny-tiny tank top


A budget option for that friend non-stop dreaming of a Joel Kim Booster–inspired trip to Fire Island. |

Mini-soap set


These made-in-Canada bars come in packs of eight but make excellent stocking stuffers individually. They’re basically gift-wrapped already. |

Kate Bush nightlight


If Stranger Things still keeps you up, plug in a light featuring the iconic-all-over-again “Running Up That Hill” singer. |

Kid-proof cookbook


Joanna Fox spoke to Canada’s top chefs about what they serve their why-are-these-two-foods-touching-each-other-est customers: children. |

Merch for the revolution


and up Buttons, totes, tees and sweatshirts from The Outrage, an activist hub, carry calls to action. For the progressive you support. |

Kushy fragrance


Boy Smells—who take a gender-inclusive approach—turned their Kush candles into a trio of cannabis-inflected fragrances. |

Travel guide


From mullets to mermaids, Florida—and Florida!, a new guide to the weirdest state in the USA—has something for everyone. |

Daria shorts


The only appropriate clothing to wear for a busy day of procrastination (or when working from home). |

Telfar bag


If the Bushwick Birkin is good enough for Bey, AOC and Lil Nas X, it’s good enough for someone on your list. |

Flannel shirt


This ultra-soft hand-brushed shirt is by Portuguese Flannel, a family-run business based in the textile town of Guimarães, Portugal. |

Prep school for DJs


Creating vibes may well be the only recognized currency in 20 years, so give the little Khaleds in your life a head start with the DJ Mix & Spin Studio from Hape. |

Lost buildings print


These 18 iconic Toronto buildings, each destroyed over the past century, can now live on forever. |

Plush Totoro


A comforting, oversized (70 centi­metres tall) and affordable alternative to visiting Japan’s new Ghibli Park. |

“Toronto Girl” doll


Maplelea brings a CanCon approach to its dolls with backstories. Alexi lives in Cabbage­town and loves science and gymnastics. |

Tassel mobile


For the maximalist who has everything—everything but a multicoloured, multi-tiered tassel mobile. |

Gaming mouse


Keep cool during even the toughest Elden Ring boss battles with Marsback’s upgraded Zephyr Pro gaming mouse. |

Baby clothes


for the set Pair this tiny red terry cardigan with tiny matching pants to make a baby look even cuter. |

A tee for the introverted


Leave it to Queen of Gen Z Billie Eilish to give us a lyric as apt for 2022 as this and then put it on a T-shirt.  |

Orange-peel organizer


By which we mean a 3D-printed, biodegradable, compostable desk organizer made from orange peels. |

Kid-friendly camera


This camera for little shutter­bugs has a drop-resistant silicon exterior, a minimum 32 MP resolution and an adorable design. |

Michelada must-haves


for the set Tangy, citrusy and spicy, the Mexican michelada may smack of summer, but it’s ideal for any festive fiesta. Recreate the savoury cocktail with Fonda Balam’s mix and rimmer set, or use the rimmer to flavour-boost soups, fruit and snacks. |

Blue-ribbon brownies


for six Chef Marchelle McKenzie’s gooey Earl Grey squares—dark chocolate brownies layered with tea-infused custard and topped with crackling brulée sugar crust—are bursting with bergamot. It’s one of six flavours featured in her Christmas Brownie Box. |

A grab bag of goodies


and up Snack Town’s mystery boxes are stuffed with a mix of sweet and savoury snacks and drinks. Imported munchies include Japanese Cheetos, British Cadbury bars and US brands like Rap Snacks. Also: familiar treats in hard-to-find flavours, like strawberry-matcha Oreos, Haribo french fries and banana-flavoured Fanta. |

A loose-leaf legend


for 60 grams Great Fountain Fast Food, a family-run restaurant in the food court at Scarborough’s Dynasty Centre, offers exceptional Hong Kong milk tea—and recently started selling their secret loose-leaf blend by the bag. |

A peck of pickles


for the bundle Zaz's brine-soaked cucumbers, tangy turnips, and petite and punchy yellow peppers add flair to a charcuterie board, brighten up a salad or make for a nice nibble on their own. The Holiday Bundle (three kinds of pickles, two kinds of hummus, baba ghanouj) is a grazer’s dream basket. |

A mail-order charcuterie kit


Loaded with almost a kilo of cured meats, these made-for-mail-delivery boxes are brimming with charcuterie company Seed to Sausage's award-winning salami as well as rarer offerings like duck prosciutto. |

Top-shelf schmear


and up Oakwood Village’s Primrose Bagel Co. sells cream cheese spreads that are way better than the stuff named after a certain city in Pennsylvania. Options range from deli classics (scallion-chive, roasted garlic and herb) to far-out flavours like wasabi tobiko. |

Artisanal oil


Light and nutty, Pristine Gourmet’s sunflower oil is a far cry from the bland supermarket-­sized jugs of the pantry standard. Cold-pressed and GMO free, it’s a sunshiny, delicate drizzle. |

Petite and sweet pastries


for eight Ichibake is bringing Torontonians a taste of how Japanese patissiers have expanded the humble French canelé. The fundamentals are still the same—cylindrical custard-centred treats with caramelized crusts—but the flavours are expansive: uji matcha red bean, caramel walnut, black sesame, kinako and hojicha. |

Booze-free bubbles


for a 12-pack Barbet's effervescent cocktail-like (but alcohol-free) sparking waters use all-natural ingredients. Wild Card, which combines tangy blood orange and calamansi with gentle jalapeno heat, offers a complex kick to the taste buds. |

Double chocolate delight


and up This buttercream-heavy double chocolate four layer cake from The Grand Order of Divine Sweets is a showstopper to bring to a holiday dinner party. |

Umami dearest


and up Piquant with just the right crunch, packed with umami and garlic, Kimchi Korea House owner Michelle “Mama” Lee’s kimchi is sure to delight fermentation fanatics everywhere. |

A better nut butter


Wander’s Thai peanut butter, infused with lemongrass, lime leaf and ginger, is perfect for experimenting with satay sauce, smoothies or noodles. |

A smoked salmon alternative


Ex–Schmaltz Appetizing chef Josh Charbonneau’s fishy new business inside the Hamilton Farmers’ Market specializes in Scandinavian-­style cured fish. Our favourite is the pastrami gravlax: New Brunswick salmon bathed in gin, cured in sugar and kosher salt, and coated in a pastrami spice blend before being sliced. |

Spice spice baby


per blend In late 2020, Rachel Adjei started the Abibiman Project to celebrate foods from Africa and the Black diaspora. Her inventory has grown to represent 12 nations, including trad­itional spice blends inspired by iconic dishes. Kelewele spice, for example, is based on the flavours of a Ghanaian plantain dish Adjei grew up eating. |

Scandi candy


and up for trays Sukker Baby offers Scandinavian treats like lip-puckering sour candies and herbaceous Finnish licorice, all made with natural flavours and real sugar. The sweet tooth who can’t decide between Banana Caramel Bubs and Percy Pigs can opt for a custom tray of confections. |

Not-so-sweet syrup


Sweet and sticky with a kick, this chili-infused maple syrup is Canada’s answer to Mike’s Hot Honey. It’s a pizza topper, a chicken wing dip, a meat marinade and a cheese board accoutrement all in one. |

Cuckoo for cocoa beans


Chachalate’s single-origin chocolate bars are made with just two ingredients: lightly roasted cocoa beans and organic cane sugar. Can’t decide? A tasting bundle includes three different chocolate bars, cocoa beans, nibs and a helpful guide. |

A pretty-in-pink princess cake


for the small size College Street café and bakery Coco’s crafts these Swedish princess cakes: petite pastel-pink, marzipan-wrapped domes of sponge cake. For the holidays, Coco’s is making a macro version for $55 with rosemary whipped cream, raspberry-cranberry jam and pistachio pastry cream. |

Superhero cape


A reversible made-in-Canada cape for hours of low-fi, high-flying fun. |

Clay earrings


These lightweight earrings were made by Toronto-born-and-raised twin sisters Edie and Jacquelyn Assinewe, members of the Sagamok Anishnawbek First Nation. |

Lego Encanto house


With apologies to parents’ feet everywhere, this multilevel 587-piece replica of the Madrigal family home proves who the real star of the show was all along. (Sorry, Maluma.) |

Children’s poncho


and up Getting kids into jackets is hard. Throw this loose-fitting acrylic-and-wool poncho over their heads instead. |

YTV hoodie


and up YTV’s long-running game show Video & Arcade Top 10 walked so that the e-sports industry could run. A hoodie for a retro gamer. |

Comfy moccasins


These booties are handmade with thick, durable and soft moose hide by the members of the Whetung Ojibwa Centre. |

Kids’ coat


An oversized faux-shearling coat for the niece or nephew who’s always stealing your copy of Kinfolk. |

Superstar beret


How better to ring in 2023 than in a literally star-studded leather beret from Toronto slow fashionista Michons Marigot? |

Opera gloves


These elbow-length fingerless lace gloves from Cornelia James—the OG fancy glove maker—are perfect for the friend who gets invited to Bridgerton- and Euphoria-themed parties on the same night. |

Horse turtleneck


This fluffy turtleneck made from extra-fine merino wool is perfect for the ’90s girl who grew up exclusively wearing Northern Getaway. |

Famous perfume


and up Barely more than a decade old, Le Labo’s Santal 33 has had quite the journey from cool kid cult fave to that scent you smelled everywhere in 2015 to plot point on season two of The Flight Attendant. |

Designer scrubs


for the set When you want to say, “Thanks for getting us through nearly three years of a pandemic,” but you’re just not sure how. |

Sissy necklace


A 14-karat gold Sissy nameplate necklace for that stylish friend who can also use more accessories. |

Espresso machine


The Cellini Evoluzione machine from La Pavoni is a great insurance policy for espresso fans in case the world shuts down again and they can’t get out for a quality cup. |

Electric pickup


and up Ford’s F-150 Lightning has 11 outlets, a ginormous “frunk” (that’s car-speak for “front trunk”) and the ability to power your home for up to three days. |

Holiday PJs


These dreamy pyjamas make for the perfect winter gift to fend off frigid nights and frosty mornings. |

Adult electric scooter


Zip around the neighborhood or across campus on the Ninebot by Segway KickScooter MAX electric scooter. This powerful scooter reaches a top speed of 30 km/h and can go 65 km on a single charge. |

Arts and culture one-stop-shop


and up Delight the arts and culture lover in your life with artisan-made gifts from across the Silk Road: from elegant tableware and décor, to fashion and fragrance. |

Flannel bear set


PJ Salvage's Flannel Bear Set in Aqua is one of the many whimsical—yet comfy, cute and cozy—prints to choose from this holiday season. Pack together with a matching headband to make it easier to wrap and give. |

Crewneck sweater


Direct from Italy, this cozy wool crewneck sweater from Stone Island sports a unique, stand-out dye per garment. |

Lab grown diamond studs


and up Couple's earrings are set with stunning lab-cut diamonds in 18k white gold. Eco-friendly, ethically-made and atomically identical to mined diamonds, these lab-grown diamonds meet the highest of standards. Shop online or book an appointment to find the perfect size. Promotion ends Nov 28. |

Houndstooth collar coat


SENTALER's Houndstooth Alpaca Long Raglan Sleeve Notched Collar Coat balances luxe comfort with natural thermal insulation, thanks to its thick and textured Suri alpaca fabric. |

Bordeaux-inspired red


The iconic Trius Red comes from a pioneer of premium Ontario red wines, crafted to perfection every year since 1989. This crowd-pleasing wine features notes of black fruit layered with subtle notes of spice, oak and tobacco. |

Body glow trio


Uncover your natural glow with the Body Glow Trio, delivering exfoliation, hydration, and an oh-so-healthy glow. Includes Waxon's Citrus Mint Body Polish, Bare Body Oil, and Natural Loofah Soap. |

Pro multi-styler


Straighten or curl with the Pro 1" Multi-Styler with Twist & Curl technology. The ceramic titanium plates combine with the heat control sensor to protect color treated hair for less damage and color fading. |

Classic package


Thermëa spa village's Classic Package combines a personalized 60-minute massage with the complete Thermal Experience, including baths, rest areas and the largest event sauna in North America. |

Family trip fun


and up Gift a visit to Little Canada—an immersive journey through the sights and sounds of Canada, in miniature scale. From captivating vistas, to famous Canadian landmarks like the CN Tower and Niagara Falls, this unique adventure is filled with wonder and holiday spirit. |

Chill pill


These minty tablets are formulated with ashwagandha, a natural herb used in India for thousands of years to curb stress—reminding us to pause and find calm and clarity in the moment. Gift to parents, the busy coworker or the friend that needs a break between holiday parties. |

Celebrating time together


and up Celebrate time spent together with the gift of a beautifully designed Rado timepiece from the True Square Automatic Open Heart collection. Both watches are highlighted by an intricate, gilt-edged cut-out dial. Available in black or white. |

Triple band ring


This blue topaz ring is made from sustainably mined gemstones and recycled 14K solid gold, designed locally in Toronto. Only ten of these rings were made as part of an exclusive and timeless collection. |

More Mario Kart fun


A total of 48 newly-added Mario Kart courses are speeding their way onto Nintendo Switch with Mario Kart 8 Deluxe - Booster Course Pass. Experience beloved and nostalgic courses from past Nintendo systems—free to anyone with a Nintendo Switch Online + Expansion Pack membership. |

Holiday pizzas


and up Whether gluten-free, keto, vegan, vegetarian, flexitarian or meatatarian, everyone deserves pizza. Gift a classic Pizza Pizza, or pick up new items on the menu this year—including three new poutines, the Big Buffalo Chicken Sandwich, and made-for-dessert pizza with Coffee Crisp. |

Smart speaker


Small size, big personality. The Echo Dot with Clock is the perfect smart home tech gift for the minimalist in your life, capable of delivering vibrant sounds and Alexa-powered assistance anywhere in your home. |

For on-the-go bookworms


and up Featuring the Kindle's lifelike Paperwhite display and an easy-to-use, natural grip pen, every bit of the Kindle Scribe is built for the best possible reading and writing experience. |

Fire TV Omni QLED 4K


and up The Fire TV Omni QLED series reimagines the typical smart television with the new FIre TV Ambient Experience, turning your TV into an always-smart device. Put down the remote and call on Alexa for hands-free experience while enjoying movies, shows and live sports on a brillaint 4K QLED display with bright, vivid and lifelike colours. |

Mobile plans


and up With holiday deals on mobile plans from $60/mo, now’s the perfect time to upgrade. |

Toronto boot


The Toronto Boot is a versatile choice that will carry you through treks across the city or deep into the rugged wilderness. The innovative design focuses on performance and comfort to keep you warm and dry every step of the journey. |