Sundries and wares, curated and created.

Now in Edgemont Village!
3130 Highland Blvd.
North Vancouver, BC

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Our Story
DGS began as an extension of Delish Magazine (, a free e-mag that ran for seven glorious issues. The publication and later the shop came about as the embodiment of what its creator believes in: traditional values in a modern mindset. Both developed into a way to:
Celebrate the revival of the hand made and home grown,
Extol the virtues of getting your hands dirty, and
Pass on knowledge, recipes, techniques and the pioneering spirit

At the helm as proprietor is broadcast, print and web journalist Tamara Komuniecki, who describes herself as "Independent, adventurous, impatient, Arthritic. Journalist, bon vivant and eager but imperfect homemaker." She's been discovering and reporting on cool things for almost 20 years for outlets like CBC Radio and TV, CKUA Radio, the Globe and Mail, Better Homes and Gardens and City TV, and is now getting around to sharing them.

Delish General Store is a true mom & pop shop, and Mama is proud to have built and continually add to a wide range of hard-to-find, didn't-know-I-needed-this-until-I-found-it, hip, handy and heritage-inspired products.



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Sales Tax
Please note that all Canadian residents will be charged applicable tax on all products (not on shipping) at checkout.

Is your information safe with us?
Basically -- yes. PayPal automatically encrypts your confidential information using the Secure Sockets Layer protocol (SSL) with an encryption key length of 128-bits (the highest level commercially available). Don't worry, you're cool.

When and how are orders shipped?
Once your payment clears, your item(s) will ship out within 1-3 business days. We ship all of our products, domestically, to the US and internationally, via Canada Post. 

That usually happens as a function of the limitations of the shopping cart and shipping "software".