COVID-19 safe holiday market coming to Square One in Mississauga
Although most retailers have been forced to close amid Mississauga's second lockdown, Square One is still offering a few COVID-safe holiday activities, including a market.
Run the World Summit, a Canadian event series and career platform for women and female-identifying individuals, recently announced that it's launching an all-female-founded online shop and curbside pickup holiday market.
"We are honoured to host Run the World and offer our customers one-of-a-kind, locally made products," said Catherine Llagas, Specialty Leasing Manager at Square One, in a statement.
"This year's collaboration offers a unique opportunity for our customers to engage with female-identifying businesses and support local entrepreneurs."
With 30 female-founded businesses including M.A Skinz, Fleur de Reine and Maker's Mojo, the shop has everything from skincare, home goods and apparel to funny Christmas cards.
Local customers can place an order on the online shop and select curbside pickup. The online shop also offers free Canada-wide shipping.
Run the World Summit also teamed up with The Printing House (TPH) to support their Give Love, Give Back national campaign, where 10 per cent of every TPH holiday purchase will go to SickKids.
Curbside pickup is available between 11 am - 1 pm and 4 pm - 7 pm from December 1 to December 24 in P8.
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