Indigenous artists receive a percentage of the sales
Samaria Nancy Cardinal, Blackfoot-Metis, member of the Metis Nation of Alberta, post-secondary student, and explains Mystical Metis
Envisioning a strong Indigenous economy through supporting artists and reconciliation actions
Mystical Metis mission is to build bridges between cultures by welcoming visitors to explore our world and Indigenous ways through art and conversation
We are inclusive and accepting as we welcome everyone into our store to experience and learn about our heritage, traditions and cultures
We invite visitors to experience our Indigenous ways of life through art, appropriately and respectfully sharing elements of our culture that are true to our heritage
We share and listen to each other's knowledge, stories and experiences to help each other learn and grow
We demonstrate respect and appreciation for each other and our culture
We want to "delight" each customer with superior service
Mystical Metis has been through many changes in the last 6 years.
Originally we were a service-based business that morphed over time to offer products.
Samaria Nancy Cardinal found that she had a difficult time finding beautiful high-quality Indigenous artist-designed items that were priced appropriately.
It is important for Samaria to support Indigenous artists. So we do not carry items from companies that have appropriated/stolen Indigenous designs.
What you will find on the website is a combination of hand-made and manufactured items.
If you are an Indigenous artist we would love to talk to you about a partnership.
All artists receive a percentage of the sales.
We are located at the Crossroads Market
We are known for our great customer service, educating the public and breaking down barriers through understanding.