The Best Canadian Baby Stores
The Best Canadian Baby Stores
January 11, 2023

The Best Canadian Baby Stores

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We love the Great White North, so we’ve put together a list of the best baby stores in Canada.The Best Canadian Baby Stores

With items that are frequently out of stock (or cost an UPPAbaby Vista’s weight in gold to ship), baby retailers seem to have little love for expectant Canadian parents. But at Babylist, we love the Great White North.

With Babylist’s universal registry, Canadians can add registry items from all of these baby stores, all in one place. When you create an account, you can install the browser button (or get the app) to seamlessly add items from anywhere on the web.

We’ve put together a list of the best baby stores in Canada to help you build your registry. We asked our Canadian registrants and did some research of our own to find the best options, ranging from big online retailers to local stores you can visit to small, family-run shops. Wherever your shipping address may be, you deserve to get exactly what you want for your new little one.

National Stores

Amazon.ca

With thousands and thousands of products, you’re bound to find the items you need for your new arrival on Amazon. Stock up on essentials like diapers and nursing pads, and use Amazon’s endless customer reviews to choose from popular products.

Well.ca

Well.ca provides a range of choices for your registry that are focused on healthy, natural living. The online store ships across Canada and carries products from brands like the The Honest Co. and Seventh Generation. This is a great resource for some harder-to-find items for your baby and for moms, both pre- and post-partum.

Wayfair

Wayfair is a top destination for anyone trying to design their perfect nursery. The store’s expansive collection of furniture options, as well as their inspiration guides, will make it easy to create your ideal space.

Indigo

Indigo is Canada’s leading bookstore, but it’s also a one-stop shop for many of your baby needs, from baby gear to clothes and nursery items. They also have a great selection of children’s books and toys, including both in their brick-and-mortar stores and online (they have IndigoKids experiences in over 80 of their locations throughout Canada).


Local Stores (By Province)

Ontario

Cheeky Monkey

Both a family-owned business in London, ON, and an online retailer that ships across North America, Cheeky Monkey features unique wellness and nursery products for both moms and their little ones. Their trained staff are ready to answer any product questions you may have, especially concerning nursing, cloth diapering and baby wearing.

Snuggle Bugz

While Snuggle Bugz carries most major brands like Baby Jogger, The Honest Co. and Ergobaby, their online and in-store shopping experience feels more personal than somewhere like Amazon. The store stocks gear for feeding, bathing, traveling and more, including a wide range of car seats and strollers.

Dear-Born Baby

This full-service baby shop offers products for parents on any budget. Dear-Born Baby carries products from top brands and also offers special services, like monthly breastpump rentals, car seat installation training, stroller repairs and baby first aid workshops.

Alberta

Baby and Beyond

In addition to great products for newborns and growing babies, Baby and Beyond carries an impressive collection for both pregnant and postpartum mamas. And while the shop does not carry larger gear items like stroller and car seats, they offer a lot of neat accessories for those products.

British Columbia & More

West Coast Kids

Founded to provide premium baby furniture, West Coast Kids is an excellent resource for building your nursery as well as selecting other baby gear items, like strollers and tubs. The store even grows with your child, with furniture options available for older kids and teens. With locations across British Columbia, Manitoba, Alberta and Ontario, West Coast Kids is a convenient way to choose items for your registry in-store.

Active Baby

Active Baby offer Canadian-made baby gear with eco-consciousness and sustainability at front of mind. The shop has a wide variety of the most popular baby items as well as a selection of unique, locally-made baby products.


Family & Small Shops

Fluf

Being eco-friendly doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice style. Fluf (yes, spelled with only one “f” at the end) makes organic cotton bags that are reusable and come in an assortment of fun prints. Lunch bags, snack packs, totes—these bags are super useful for both yourself and your little ones.

Kewe Collective

This small family-owned brand is all about sustainability and slowing down the fashion cycle. Kewe Collective’s clothing is made with durable, high-quality materials and they make sure the brands they source and carry align with their values as well. They not only carry clothing for kids and babies but have a variety of clean, organic bath and body essentials too.

Ole Design

What began as a hobby for Olena Gurr, combining her love of fashion and personal creativity with inspiration from her own two children, grew into this popular Canadian children’s clothing brand. Gurr believes in thoughtful and sustainable comfort and style. All items are made with 100% organic cotton and handcrafted in Canada and Ukraine.

Minna

Minna is not your average feeding gear. Designed and founded by a mom in Montreal, these soft silicone cups, plates and utensils are functional and beautiful. The unique shapes and muted colors will blend right in with your other tableware.

Beluga Baby

Haley Campbell founded Beluga Baby after the birth of her daughter and wanting the perfect wrap to keep her safe and close. Beluga Baby wrap carriers are made with sustainably sourced, Oeko-Tex® Standard 100 Certified materials and hand manufactured right in Canada. Their soft stretchy wraps are the most popular but they also have a comfy structured carrier too.


Choosing what’s right for you

It’s tricky enough deciding what you need for your baby, let alone figuring out which stores will ship to you. That’s why we’ve done the work for you. With this selection of stores, we hope you’ll be able to find exactly what you need—whether that means ordering unique bodysuits from an indie shop or testing out strollers inside an actual store or ordering diapers in bulk. As we know from our founder, being from Canada is awesome and your shipping costs should reflect that!

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