With Valentine’s Day just about here, London Drugs is making it a day to celebrate for all, with a new set of cards.
The chain store released a new collection of Valentine’s Day cards that are based on inclusivity.
That includes cards for queer, non-binary, A-sexual and long distance relationships, along with ones written in braille and other languages.
“Our hope is that everyone can find a card to share their love, regardless of how you identify, your sexual orientation, or the makeup of your relationship,” the website states.
One card reads, “I’m glad we both swiped right,” while another says, “we picked an awkward time to start dating.”
London Drugs is selling 31 Cards For All “to reflect all kinds of love and all kinds of relationships,” the website states. They are all made by local artists.
Each card is $5, with funds going toward United Way’s community initiatives in Western Canada.
You can find the cards in 14 locations across B.C. But if they don’t have one that fits what you’re looking for, you can email the company and let them know what they’re missing.
Where you can find Cards For All:
Granville & Georgia 710 Granville St., Vancouver
West Broadway 525 West Broadway, Vancouver
North Vancouver 2032 Lonsdale Ave, North Vancouver
London Plaza 5971 No.3 Road, Richmond
Spall Plaza 1950 Harvey Avenue, Kelowna
Coquitlam Centre 2929 Barnet Highway, Coquitlam
Robson Street 1187 Robson Street, Vancouver
Wessex – Kingsway 3328 Kingsway Avenue, Vancouver
Harris Green Village 911 Yates Street, Victoria
Davie Street 1650 Davie Street, Vancouver
Ironwood Plaza 11666 Steveston Hwy, Richmond
41st & Victoria 5639 Victoria Drive, Vancouver
Hastings & Abbott Street 351 Abbott Street, Vancouver
Vancouver House 201 – 1431 Continental Street, Vancouver
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