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  • Air Canada
  • sobeys
  • cibc
  • un
  • SNC
  • maple leaf
  • edmonton
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What is Indigenous Box?

Indigenous Box is a subscription, gift, and custom box service shipped from amiskwaciwâskahikan (YEG) in Treaty 6 territory. Indigenous entrepreneurs are trailblazing a way forward for their families and their communities. They are reclaiming their place at the economic table. With a young and rapidly growing population, Indigenous people are a force to be reckoned with. Our company shines a spotlight on some of the amazing Indigenous people out here making entrepreneurial moves. Indigenous Box is all about representation, visibility, and challenging assumptions. And of course, helping you fall in love with some truly awesome new brands and products.

How do I get an Indigenous box?

Indigenous Box’s Seasonal Subscription opens for membership 4 times per year:

  • On sale March 1st Ships Mid-March through Mid-April

  • On sale June 1st Ships Mid-June through Mid-July

  • On sale September 1st Ships Mid-September through Mid-October

  • On sale December 1st Ships Mid-December through Mid-January

For large orders, Custom boxes are available year-round

How Does Indigenous Box work?

Our Seasonal Subscription and single Seasonal boxes ship every January, April, July, and October. Custom boxes are created specifically for your organization with a range of options to meet your needs.

What’s inside Indigenous Box?

Awesome, high-quality products that we’ve sourced from Indigenous businesses. Items that we found fun, beautiful, useful, delicious and more. Indigenous Entrepreneurs are doing so many cool things that we never know what we might find when we are searching for new products. It’s exciting and we think you’ll love it!

Each box Seasonal includes at least 5-7 unique items

Products may vary occasionally from box to box depending on the capacities of the small businesses that supply our boxes. But don’t worry, everything you get in your box has been selected to meet our high standards.

Custom boxes are created based on your organization's requirements

How much does it cost?/Are there hidden fees?

The cost of a Seasonal Subscription is billed as quarterly at $85/box plus $15 Canada-wide shipping. The cost for a year of boxes is 367.88 CAD ($77 + $15/box) and includes Canada-wide shipping. * GST/PST/HST is applied at checkout. 

Custom Boxes are available at a variety of price points. Please contact our sales team for more information.

Do I need to make an account?

An account is no longer required to purchase from Indigenous Box. For subscriptions, you will be prompted to complete your customer profile, which allows you to manage your subscription details such as payment information and shipping address through our Customer Portal.

How does billing work?

Subscriptions are billed on the date of purchase and then every three months on the 1st of each subscription month. All other products are billed at checkout.

What methods of payment do you accept?

We accept Visa and MasterCard through Shopify Payments as well as PayPal.

Where and how do you ship?

Indigenous Box ships within Canada using Canada Post Expedited Parcel or Air Canada RIVO. Shipping outside of Canada is not available at this time.

For more information about shipping, please visit our shipping guide

Do you have an option for local pickup?

We do not offer local pickup.

Can I cancel my subscription?

You can cancel your subscription anytime up until two weeks before the next shipping date, after receiving 2 seasonal boxes.

How do I receive a refund?

Indigenous Box is unable to provide refunds for products purchased. If the products you receive arrive damaged, please send an email to info@indigenousbox.ca for assistance. 

How do I contact customer service?

We really want your experience with Indigenous Box to be a good one. If something goes wrong, please let us know with an email to info@indigenousbox.ca. Please be patient with us if it takes a few days to respond. We are a growing micro-business!

Do you do custom orders?

Indigenous box does provide custom gifting solutions for corporate and non-profit customers. For quotes and inquiries please send an email to sales@indigenousbox.ca

 

Does Indigenous Business mean all Indigenous Box’s products are hand-made?

Indigenous business means business conducted by Indigenous people. Many Indigenous entrepreneurs bring elements of their cultures into their products and branding, as you’ll see in our box. They also use all the tools of modern commerce available to them. Just like any non-indigenous business.

Considering that Indigenous people historically have been excluded from participating as citizens…… Indigenous Box makes no apologies for Indigenous people doing business in whatever way they choose. We just love watching Indigenous people thrive!

What is the process to get my products featured in the box?

There is no formal process, but please email us at joinus@indigenousbox.ca and schedule a virtual meeting.

We respectfully acknowledge that the land on which we gather, here in Treaty Six Territory, is home to many First Nations, Metis and Inuit peoples including the Cree, Blackfoot, Metis, Nakota Sioux, Iroquois, Dene, Ojibway, Saulteaux and Inuit. We honour and respect the cultures, languages, stories, ceremonies and histories of the many nations whose traditions were established before treaty. 

We also acknowledge that this land holds a rich history of a promise to live side by side in peace and friendship “for as long as the sun shines, grass grows and river flows”, as written in Treaty Six, signed in Fort Pitt in 1876.

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for the Indigenous Entrepreneurs of today, and those who will come tommorrow