Where to go Shopping in Wakefield, Quebec

Wakefield, Quebec offers several unique shops in the village and surrounding area. Whether you’re shopping for a gift, a local delicacy,  new clothing, outdoor sporting goods equipment or something for your pet, Wakefield has shopping for everyone. The village is also home to a pharmacy, several convenience stores, a general store and supermarket, and two hardware stores. No matter what your shopping needs, Wakefield has what you are looking for!

Boiserie du Rousseau has been building and designing creative and functional furniture for more than 20 years.

Owned and operated by Sébastien Aubin and Nadine Lacasse, the Brunet Pharmacy has all of your pharmaceutical needs in the village of Wakefield.

Dollar en Folie

Located in the mall next to the roundabout at Hwy 5 exit #28, the Dollar en Folie is Wakefield’s local dollar store. You will find all of your dollar store needs here.

End of the Line Boutique is your “one stop shop” located at the North end of the village & specializing in unique items that will suit all your gift giving needs. With a wide range of local creations including jewelry, pottery, honey, music & books, End of the Line also carries a variety of Fair Trade clothing and unique items for your home & family!

Located near the south end of the village, Expéditions Wakefield is your local adventure centre. They offer canoe, kayak, SUP and bicycle rentals in the summer as well as cross-country ski, snowshoe and fat bike rentals during winter. Expéditions Wakefield is a full service bicycle shop and they also sell a variety of outdoor clothing, bicycle parts and accessories and all other outdoor gear needs.

Jamboree specializes in quality country-esque products that enhance your home and cottage including; rosewood and pine furniture, beeswax and soy candles, wreaths, garland, linen, kitchen wear, quilts and wool blankets, picture frames, signs, hardware, clocks and many more little trinkets.

Khewa

Khewa is a Native art boutique specializing in authentique aboriginal art, jewellery, traditional gifts and contemporary treasures. Art autochtone authentique, bijoux, cadeaux traditionnels et trésors contemporains.

La Confiserie offers a wide variety of jams, sauces, chocolates and other gastronomic delights. Satisfy your sweet tooth at La Confiserie!

La Forêt sells high quality natural and organic products. Their live juice bar is designed to provide you with creative organic juices and smoothies, as well as unique tea and coffee services. Find all of your organic needs at La Forêt in Wakefield.

La Boite à Recyclable

La Boite à Recycable offers a variety of interesting used and recycled products for sale.

Mlle Petalia is Wakefield’s local pet supply store.  Petalia offers high end foods for dogs and cats; ethical and high quality products and accessories; and home made, local made dog treats. Petalia is also an adoption centre for SPCA cats.

Tempol

Located on Valley Drive, Tempol offers clothes, jewelry, incense, and many other interesting wares imported from India.

Located in the Collines mall near the roundabout, Tigre Géant is stocked with affordable home and family fashions, brand-name groceries and everyday necessities at low prices.

The Tulipe Noire offers only products made in North America or fairly traded. They have a strong focus on local, Quebec, and Canadian made products. They offer unique and quality made products that are fanciful and creative.

The Wakefield General Store serves as Wakefield’s grocery store in the heart of the village. They pride themselves on having an excellent selection of fresh fruit and vegetables, top quality meat, and tasty, healthy, made from scratch prepared meals to go. A boutique is also located on the second floor with Wakefield post cards and gift ideas.

Juniper Farm is a small scale, diversified, and certified organic farm located in Wakefield.  Juniper offers veggies, fruit, meat and eggs through their CSA weekly produce baskets, our farm store, and at many fine restaurants and retailers in Ottawa, Chelsea and Wakefield.