20%  off site wide

20%  off site wide

Nikihk Store

Midtown mall

Our flagship store at Midtown Mall, Saskatoon, not only carries our much-loved home cleaning and self care products, but also the artwork of over 40 renowned Indigenous artists from all over Saskatchewan.

Our store design was created by design consultant, Vereco, based on the vision provided by our Elder, Senator Jenny Spyglass, and members of the community, and soon enough, an authentic and conspicuously indigenized 2700sf storefront was brought to life.

 

Every part of the store is distinctly indigenous.  The curved shapes and earthy charm of the store serves as a perfect backdrop for the colorful artwork of our talented artisans.

The orange wall and stairway show our solidarity to the ‘Every Child Matters’ movement through our foundation ‘Acahkos Awasisak’ (Star Children). The tipi, handprints, and butterflies on our stairway to heaven are a stark reminder that it’s high time that our systematically marginalized indigeneity must be brought to life.

One of the highlights of this store is a mural designed by Landis Roan, our young indigenous artist from Sweetgrass First Nation, who derived inspiration from our ecofriendly Nikihk product line and also the indigenous way of living a life in perfect harmony with nature.

Another feature that lends this store its indigenous vibe is the mannequin dressed in regalia – a reminder of the old days of grandeur and sacred ceremonies.

The store is an earnest attempt to propagate the Indigenous traditions and customs beyond the community. It is a confluence of authentic Indigenous artwork that not only creates the much-needed opportunities for our artisans, but also provides the non-Indigenous segment to get a sneak peak of our beautiful culture.

Artisan Store

Midtown mall

Nikihk was founded in the March of 2020 to address the national shortage of sanitizing solutions in First Nation households during the early days of pandemic. Since then, we have received tremendous support for our naturally derived, biodegradable product line, and can be found on shelves of all major grocery chain stores.

The brand recently opened its first flagship store at Midtown Mall, Saskatoon on November 24, 2021, carrying its popular cleaning products as well the artwork of over 40 different Indigenous artists from all over Saskatchewan.

 

Our store design was created by design consultant, Vereco, based on the vision provided by our Elder, Senator Jenny Spyglass, and members of the community, and soon enough, an authentic and conspicuously indigenized 2700sf storefront was brought to life.

Every part of the store is distinctly indigenous.  The curved shapes and earthy charm of the store serves as a perfect backdrop for the colorful artwork of our talented artisans.

The orange wall and stairway show our solidarity to the ‘Every Child Matters’ movement through our foundation ‘Acahkos Awasisak’ (Star Children). The tipi, handprints, and butterflies on our stairway to heaven are a stark reminder that it’s high time that our systematically marginalized indigeneity must be brought to life.

One of the highlights of this store is a mural designed by Landis Roan, our young indigenous artist from Sweetgrass First Nation, who derived inspiration from our ecofriendly Nikihk product line and also the indigenous way of living a life in perfect harmony with nature.

Another feature that lends this store its indigenous vibe is the mannequin dressed in regalia – a reminder of the old days of grandeur and sacred ceremonies.

The store is an earnest attempt to propagate the Indigenous traditions and customs beyond the community.

COMMITED TO SAFETY

We are committed to responsibly using and conserving the natural environment through sustainable business practices. We use safe naturally derived biodegradable ingredients in our formulations, use recyclable plastic for our containers, and say no to animal testing.

Our objective is beyond selling cleaning products with good chemistry. Our products not only carry the scent of a Plains Cree plant, but also explains how it was used in traditional Plains Cree households, thus recreating the faded connection with the good old Plains Cree way of life.

Our locally manufactured products help protect and clean our communities as well as create local jobs

We respect the earth and all its animals. We make naturally derived, biodegradable, cruelty-free products.