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Why Yorkville’s Carry Maternity will be supporting WCH this Spring | WCHF

#CARRYCARES is a project we’ve started in order to support some of our favourite Toronto-based non-profit organizations and programs. 

Our first initiative was in support of Women’s College Hospital’s Mental Health Program, which took place over the course of the COVID-19 shutdown.

40 Canadian Fashion Brands That Are Now Making Non-Medical Masks | Elle Canada

There's never been a better time to shop local.

While wearing a non-medical mask or face covering has not been proven to protect the person wearing it from coronavirus, when worn properly, it can help reduce the spread of infectious respiratory droplets. If you’re looking to purchase one, or a few, here’s a list of Canadian fashion brands that are now selling masks – there’s never been a better time to support local businesses.

Pregnant Danielle Fishel Shows Off Her Baby Bump | People

The former Boy Meets World and Girl Meets World actress, 37, was joined by husband Jensen Karp for a gorgeous outdoor photo shoot recently, where the mom-to-be showed off her baby bump under a black maternity dress with a colorful polka-dot and floral pattern, by Carry Maternity.

Watch: Carry Maternity's Feature on The Goods | CBC

Toronto's very own Carry Maternity is highlighted in Season 2, Episode 52 of CBC's TV Show 'The Goods'.

A formal apology from a very pregnant Jessi Cruickshank | CBC

Jessi Cruikshank from CBC's The Goods debunks maternity fashion myths and shares some of her favourite maternity styles.

Jessi Cruickshank on Body Shaming Her Bump | Flare Magazine

Jesse Cruikshank writes in Flare Magazine about her experience with coming to terms with pregnancy and her new body, plus her thoughts on pregnancy body shaming.

The Best Maternity Stores in Toronto | BlogTO

Carry Maternity owner Pat Gillespie and her daughter design the clothing at this Yorkville boutique. Along with tons of fun patterned dresses (perfect for a baby shower or big event), you'll also find maternity lines by great brands, cute swimwear, and skin products geared toward moms-to-be.

Can a shop called 'Rhonda' be on-trend? In Yorkville? | The Globe & Mail

Pat Gillespie is torn between building on store's legacy or rebranding with a younger, fresher name.