Canada Action Holiday Pop-up Store 2021

This Christmas and holiday season show your support for Canada’s natural resource industries and the hard-working men and women who work in them by visiting our pop-up store in Downtown Calgary!

Products like our “I love oil and gas” mitts and toques make great last-minute gifts for any of your friends and family members who are proud supporters of the industry.

Keep in mind that with holidays approaching fast, we cannot guarantee that anything purchased online at this time will be delivered in time for Christmas. To help accommodate last-minute shoppers, we are setting up a temporary pop-up store in downtown Calgary. 


Here are the details:

Dates: December 13-17 & 20-23

Hours: 10am - 2pm

Location: Bow Valley Square - Ground Level

Address:  #154, 255 5th Ave SW Calgary


Many of our products will be offered at reduced holiday pricing.

Please remember that Canada Action is a non-profit organization and 100% of our proceeds go towards supporting Canada’s natural resource industries.

We hope to see you at the store! And if you can't make it down, be sure to check out our online shop for some great gift ideas!

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