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Get Easter-Ready With Us…

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Get Easter-Ready With Us…

A long weekend; the Easter bunny; egg hunts; hot cross buns; a family get-together. Whatever Easter means to you and yours, we’re ready to help you celebrate it in style here at Oleander! If you want to really spoil a loved one this Easter, it doesn’t get any better than a thoughtfully-chosen gift or a beautiful bouquet of vibrant spring blooms. From colourful tulips and cheery daffodils to our signature vase arrangements that are just perfect for dining tables, we really do have something for everyone here.  Want to give a gift that keeps on growing? Choose a picture-perfect plant...

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Staff Gift Guide

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Staff Gift Guide

 We’re well into the swing of celebrating the holiday season here at Oleander, and every day there’s a million things on our ‘to-do’ list. If you’re feeling the pressure too, we can help! We’ve put together a 2021 gift guide to aide you in your search for the perfect present, so before you get overwhelmed with your holiday shopping, take a look at our crew sharing some of their favourite items from the gift shop.  We’re well into the swing of celebrating the holiday season here at Oleander, and every day there’s a million things on our ‘to-do’ list. If...

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Thanksgiving

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Thanksgiving

 Thanksgiving is the holiday that, for many, symbolizes family, food and feelings of being very fortunate. It’s a long weekend that kick-starts the fall season, and is traditionally a time when relations get together, usually celebrating with a huge feast. But why exactly are we celebrating?  Though Thanksgiving has officially been observed in Canada since 1879, traditionally to commemorate the harvest and other blessings from the year gone by, it actually predates this time. Traditions of giving thanks were observed long before the arrival of European settlers in North America. Many First Nations communities across the country have traditions of...

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