The line of clothing and accessories that bear the label Stréve are hand crafted in my boutique in Perth,Ontario. I work with suppliers to acquire in the highest quality leather, suede, sheepskin, silk, lace and wool from Europe to make my designs. They are both original and classic. Our leather jackets and sheepskin coats, suits and outfits are made to measure for our clients. To go with each outfit, the boutique is always stocked with beautiful wraps, scarves and handbags all hand made in the studio.
Experience the true luxury of custom designed Fashion and a quality that will last.
Visit Sweet Peas Fresh Flowers, the leading FTD florist in Perth When you need flower delivery to Perth, Sweet Peas Fresh Flowers is here for you. We have a wonderful array of flowers, roses, Fall plants, and gifts including flowers for Fall and Thanksgiving. Nothing compares to the joy of receiving fresh flowers. Sweet Peas Fresh Flowers features floral arrangements for every occasion – anniversaries, summer parties, birthdays, you name it. You can count on Sweet Peas Fresh Flowers to deliver stunning anniversary flowers, bridal arrangements or sympathy flowers. We can help you express just the sentiment to make any occasion special. Using our secure website, you can easily send flowers in Perth, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. All flower arrangements are artistically arranged in a vase and hand-delivered to the recipient. We use only the highest quality flowers to ensure your loved ones receive the very best.
Welcome to the Amish Store
Our business is heirloom quality, solid wood Amish Furniture, crafted by skilled Amish woodworkers. The Amish Store showroom features an extensive selection of hand-crafted amish wood furniture in fine woods such as oak, maple, cherry, quarter-sawn white oak, elm, hickory, and brown maple.
Tradebank is Canada’s oldest, largest and fastest growing multi-directional barter exchange. Since our inception in September of 1996, we have added over 3,000 member businesses in Ontario, Alberta and Saskatchewan. Our team helps our clients generate over one million dollars in new revenue every month.
We broker the day-to-day trading of over 1,500 members in the Golden Horseshoe directly out of our Corporate Office in Stoney Creek, Ontario. The other 1,500 members are brokered from franchised locations. We continue to look for new franchisees in markets that currently do not have a Tradebank presence.
Tradebank will help businesses within Canada become more profitable by providing them exceptional trade management services and educating them on how to improve their bottom line by using trade.
We will be recognized as Canada’s national barter network by bridging every marketplace in Canada with a Tradebank presence, thereby creating Canada’s largest private business to business economy.
Vernon Wheeler started working in the sugar bush at age 6 near Snow Road on his family’s farm. In 1978 Vernon and his wife Judy tapped their first trees at the present site on the Highland Line. They collected sap from 2,300 taps their first year. Since the beginning, their son Mark and daughters Angela, Kristen, and Tracy have been an active part of the growth of the Maple operation. As the children grew, so did the number of taps that they collected from to make maple syrup.
The Wheelers had many visitors to their sugarhouse to see how pure maple syrup is made. Over the years Vernon received countless requests for pancakes. With grand visions, high hopes and a touch of gumption the decision was made to open a hall to serve pancakes with Wheeler’s own maple syrup. In 1994 Vernon started combing the countryside for old barns to reclaim the log walls to be used in constructing the new pancake house and sugar camp. Wheelers also harvested some trees from their sugar bush property to be sawed into lumber for the project. During the Winter of 1994/1995 a local log home builder, Brian Roberts, crafted the recycled cedar logs into the walls for the new building. He also used freshly harvested spruce trees from the Wheeler property to construct grand rafters for the dining hall. The foundation was started in late April 1995 and construction continued through to February 1996. The whole family, along with friends and local contractors, worked to finish the new Pancake House and Sugar Camp building. The official opening was on March 1st, 1996.
The Pancake House was initially open only during March and April and for a couple of weekends in the Fall. After the devastation of Ice Storm ’98, and it’s impact on maple syrup production, the decision was made to diversify by staying open all year round. That same year the Wheelers opened a large network of nature trails to their visitors. The sugar bush is located in the midst of cottage country and is also connected to the web of local snowmobile trails, making it an ideal maple themed destination for visitors all year round.
In the year 2000, Wheelers Maple Heritage Museum was built to house Vernon’s collection of antique maple related items. This time Vernon did the dove-tail log work himself and the rest of the family helped out with all the other work. The museum is built on the site of the old sugar camp, so the original structure was moved to the other side of the yard and now houses the Logging and Chainsaw Museum. In 2010 Parks Canada unveiled a plaque at the Maple Museum commemorating the Canadian Governments designation of Maple Products as a Culturally Significant Heritage Event.
Over the years production has also expanded and Wheelers Sugar Bush is now one of the largest producers in Ontario with over 15,000 trees tapped. Over 200 kilometres of pipeline is used to transport maple sap to the Sugar Camp where it is boiled into pure maple syrup. The latest in equipment and technology is used to produce maple products that meet the high quality standards that Vernon expects of every litre of maple syrup that carries the Wheelers label.
Along with his love for making maple syrup, Vernon always had a goal of building an operation that the whole family could be involved in. At any time there is sure to be several family members working in the pancake house or somewhere on the property. During the busy spring season the whole family comes together to bring in the year’s crop and serve up pancakes. Each of Vernon and Judy’s now adult children are involved in all aspects of the operation along with their spouses and children, and Vernon’s nephew Tim. The whole family loves working together and honour the opportunity of welcoming visitors to share in the great Canadian tradition of Maple Sugarin’.
Wishberry & Co. was established in 2015 with the dream to provide honest, wholesome and quality handmade bath and bodycare products to those that love to treat their bodies with only the best of the best. Each of our products are made entirely by hand – all while keeping the products creative, beautiful and one of a kind.
Our products are genuine, enjoyable, fun and great for your skin. Our products allow our customers to indulge affordably and are “oh so good” for your body. Our products provide excellent moisturization, exfoliation, lather, cleansing and bubbly satisfaction.