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“My husband and I moved to Deep Cove three years ago from

Sunnyside, in North Vancouver’s Deep Cove neighborhood, is stocked with modern tea implements, linens, handmade ceramics, contemporary soaps, and more.

downtown Vancouver—it’s a big contrast, but this is where we feel most at home. People come to Deep Cove for the scenery and outdoor activities, but after a good hike or paddle, they usually check out the great shops—that’s my routine, anyway. Local residents Megan and Rich Curren opened three of the best shops: Sunnyside, a tea and homegoods boutique, launched last year, and I am a huge fan of its perfectly curated ceramics, especially Kalika Bowlby’s work. Every time I go into Room6, I find something I want, and I love their “Fresh Flower Fridays.” My last stop on the retail round is A’hoy, a collaboration with the owners of Herschel Supply Co. If this place could become my personal closet, I would be one happy girl!” —Jen Hawk, founder, Occupy Design

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